Is My Dog Too Old to Breed?

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On average, a dog should stop breeding at the age of 6 or 7. However, the main thing to age is the dog's health. This will clue you in on whether it time to stop breeding.
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If the dog is a female anything under 2 years is generally too young to breed. If the dog is male it probably won't be able to breed until it is about 2 years old. You want to wait
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You shouldn't breed in the first place. there are so many animals in need of a home. Why breed when you can save lives?
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Dogs learn a lot of things through the socialization process and sexual intercourse is partially learned through experience. The puppy may begin to play out some actions at around
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6-year-old dog would be described as being 40-50 in human years. So, most vets say
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