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
Male dogs can start to have sperm at seven months old, but ten months is more
common. Young dogs do not have quality sperm. Almost all dogs will have ...
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United Kennel Club: FAQs: How old does my dog have to be before they can be
... meaning some males can sire a litter when they are six months old or less.
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Q. At what age do dogs become sexually mature? ... Note that some male dogs
may be able to sire a litter before 5 months of age - 5 months is the average. ...
Small breed dogs tend to have their first heat around 5-6 months, while some
Dec 7, 2010 ... Any breeding dog should have a health checkup from your veterinarian. Dogs ...
Likewise, a four to six-month-old male may be physically willing and able to ...
Breeding too young can deplete a dog's own resources, can stunt ...
Breeding your dog for puppies by Whitney Veterinary hospital. ... Some males will
start to have sperm by 7 months, but 10 months is more usual. ... appetite; Any
intact female dog can get pyometra, young or old, whether she's been bred or not
Unlike a female, a male dog will be biologically ready to continuously procreate
once it hits puberty. In fact, the urge to procreate will not subside...
Feb 12, 2004 ... Some dogs won't breed until up to 3 weeks into heat. Keep a male in the pen with
her and he will know when she is ready to breed. She will ...