When Is the Best Time to Breed a Dog?

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The best time to breed a dog, a female one in this case, is after three seasons or the age of two years.However, if the bitch is older than eight years, the Kennel club won't accept a registration of a litter unless convinced otherwise.
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Veterinarians have various methods for determining the best time to breed a Dog. Natural breeding can be easily accomplished between most dogs as long as the bitch is in oestrus during the attempt.
Breeders have various methods for determining the best time to breed a Dog. Breeders rely on both the visible signs of estrus and modern testing methods. Visible signs of estrus (or heat) include vaginal bleeding, vulvar swelling and the female dog responding to a male dog
The best breeding time is ten to fourteen days after the first sign of vaginal bleeding although male dogs won't care what day in the cycle it is
The best time to breed a female dog is after she has attained two years of age or has had three seasons.
The best time to breed a dog is after it's two and a half years old and about 9 days into the heat cycle. When your dog comes into heat, monitor the secreted fluid closely. When the fluid is transparent and her vulva becomes enlarged, about 9 or 10 days after the onset of heat, she is ready to be bred.
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