What Age Can a Male Dog Breed?

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A dog is the domesticated form of the grey wolf which is a member of the Canidae family and is found in the order Carnivora. Dogs have various breeds and each breed reaches maturity at different periods. However, the average age for reaching puberty for male dogs is about six to twelve months of age which is the time that they can start breeding. Male dogs do not have heat cycles and can therefore mate with females at any time that they so desire.
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Most experts agree that the best age to breed a dog is when they are two years old. Besides being two years old the dog should have gone through two heat seasons before being bred.
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When considering breeding, wait till your dog is AT LEAST 15months old for small breeds and 20months for large breeds. You want your dog to be %100 physically and emotionally mature
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1. Introduce your male dog to the female dog before she comes into heat. Allowing interaction before breeding will help you know if their personalities are compatible. If the dogs
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Stud dogs are at their prime between 18 months and 4 years
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