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  1. Maya is in heat, we have been planning on breeding her for a long time and I have questions I cant seem to get an answer for. Her blood is a little brownish red, And she's been skipping meals for a few days, and is very clingy and wont really leave her crate or my room. Can any one tell me what stage she's in and when its safe to breed her please?
  2. My name is Ashley Sager. I am a founder of pomskies.com; a site where you can find the lovely and beautiful Pomsky puppies. I loves the pets and dedicated my life to give them all that they need and deserve in their lives. I have write many blogs for Pomsky puppies. Blogs like Pomsky temperment, breeding process of Pomsky, Pomsky shedding, Pomskies are real or not and many more.
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