A male dog should be bred once he has reached his sexual maturity, which happens between 12 to 15 months of age, as stated by the American Kennel Club. Male dogs will often be able to produce offspring once they are 6 months old, but it is not recommended to breed them at this time.
In fact, the American Kennel Club has put strict rules into place so that breeders will be less likely to try to breed male dogs and female dogs before they are ready to be bred. The rule is that male dogs must be at least 7 months old and cannot be more than 12 years old when the mating occurs. Female dogs must be at least 8 months old.Learn More
Doberman Pinschers and Rottweilers are both dogs of German origin in the working group breed of dogs.Though similar in appearance, they differ in terms of their coat textures, the possible colors of their coats, their life expectancies, the amount they shed, their weights and their temperaments.Full Answer >
A dog can be trained not to bark by using one of the following six techniquesÂ of The Humane Society of the United States: removing the motivation, ignoring barking, desensitizing the dog, teaching the dog a "silent" command, asking the dog for a different behavior and keeping the dog tired. To remove the motivation for the dog, take away whatever it is that the dog expects from the barking.Full Answer >
According to Dog Star Daily, the idea that dogs run away to die is largely a myth. Most dogs that do not come home are lost, hurt, stolen, picked up by strangers or taken to an animal shelter.Full Answer >
Some physical traits that are characteristic of Labrakitas are a curled tail, a black body with small spots of white, a black nose, long legs and a thick coat. Labrakitas are also heavy shedders and need to be brushed repeatedly during the spring and summer.Full Answer >