unqc that is why i asked, if u would re-read my reply, i suggested if you were NOT going to breed to find some rescues and have any males neutered. If you are going to breed, make sure you know what you are doing first. Takin care of a pregnant suggie takes some learning. if not properly cared for, she can kill her babies. Thats is what I have read and don't think anyone wants to go through that b/c they don't know what they are doing. and I'm not sure where Westfield is, so specify state. If you have not had suggies before, from what I have read, you need to have your suggies for some time and become experienced with them before you breed. Have you had suggies before? Why are you looking to breed so soon?