Breeding dogs has been a passion for people through many centuries. ... It is the
breeder's responsibility to provide a safe, warm, dry place for the puppies and ...
This is an area where research and the advice and experience of other breeders
When a male dog and bitch are willing to breed, it is OK to breed them every
other day. Owners should ensure their dogs are healthy and at an appropriate
I like to wait at least 12 months between litters and also dont overdo how many
litters they have, I am hoping to have a third and final litter from ...
Jan 26, 2015 ... As any good breeder will tell you, breeding from your dog or bitch may ... for the
bitch prior to mating her and, where necessary, for her litter?
Indeed, many reputable breeders lose money, since breeding and caring for ...
pups only with people who demonstrate they can provide safe, responsible
homes. ... Puppy mills and pet shops often do not properly socialize their puppies
A female dog will have her first heat between 6 and 12 months of age, but that
doesn't mean she's ready to mate. Depending on her size, genetics and breed, ...
Dec 30, 2008 ... I know for a fact (I read this in an article by a leading expert on dog breeding) that
breeding a female for every heat cycle reduces the chance of ...
Breeding Liberty through America ... It is frequently claimed that breeding dogs
on every heat or “back to back breeding” is bad for .... -A dog with poor rear
assembly (too straight or over-done) is much like a spring that has been .... lady
got hurt,just because a bully is so strong the 1 in 1,000 times it happens draws
Dogs with minor faults should only be bred to mates that can correct those faults.
... Treatment often involves surgery to remove the uterus, but in some cases, the
.... A portable exercise pen to keep puppies safe outside the whelping area ...
Apr 8, 2015 ... Breeding dogs is not a casual undertaking. ... Issues can include dental problems
such as malocclusions, a condition where the upper and lower jaws do not meet
together .... Give them a larger, safe enclosure to explore.