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How to Breed American Bulldogs

Breeding American bulldogs is not something that people should go into lightly. If you are planning on breeding for the purpose of profit, you may need to figure out the costs first before you proceed with your plans of becoming a bulldog breeder. [...]

Mating and Pregnancy of the American Eskimo

Mating dogs for the sake of curiosity or experimentation is never done by those with a true respect for the American Eskimo breed. [...]

Min Pin Mating and Pregnancy

The majority of canine pregnancies that veterinarians see are unplanned events. This comes from having little knowledge of a dog's breeding habits and being in the wrong place at the wrong time. As most responsible owners know, the mating of dogs to breed for profit is a serious business that should be left only to those with in depth knowledge and experience on the matter. [...]

Deciding to Breed Your Bichon Frise

Deciding to breed your Bichon Frise is something a person needs to spend a lot of time thinking about beforehand. Some of the wrong reasons for deciding to breed your dog includes thinking that selling your Bichon Frise puppies is a fast, easy way to make money or mistakenly believing that by allowing your Bichon Frise to have one litter, this will not only help quiet her down but is better health wise. [...]

Black Russian Terrier: Victim of Overbreeding?

It doesn't take too much common sense to figure out how over-breeding of a certain breed of dog happens. Popularity, usefulness, and sometimes even fashion, along with other factors, can lead to a breed having too many pups for how many people who actually have the ability to care for them. Puppy mills, caring only for profit and nothing for the health, security, or stability of the dogs they breed, create the plethora of popular puppies to help appease the demand. [...]

The Coat Coloring of a Labrador Retriever

The Labrador retriever comes in three different colors: yellow, chocolate and black. Any other color is not acceptable according to the AKC standards for the Labrador retriever. Occasionally, you may see some slight variations of the three colors such as brindle, black and tan or gold, but these colors are unacceptable as true Lab colors. A yellow Lab, however, may have some different shades of yellow which range from tan to gold to reddish fox. The majority of them are just yellow, however. Some breeders may even advertise a "rare" Lab color. It's rare because it shouldn't be part of the Labrador. You may occasionally see white markings on the chest, but these are the only variations allowed according to the AKC Labrador Retriever Standard. [...]

Are You Planning on Breeding Your Great Dane?

Do you own a Great Dane and plan to breed it? Before you do, there are a lot of things that you have to consider. This decision is not something that you should enter into lightly. Breeding a Great Dane is a great responsibility and not something that you should do just to make a profit from. The proper way of breeding a Great Dane will cost you a lot of money. There are tests, shots, papers, and great care that are all required to be able to produce good quality and healthy Great Danes. [...]

Size Matters - Bulldogs and Caesarean Sections

If you have a female British Bulldog and you are planning to use her for breeding, there are some important details that you need to be aware of. As it is, breeding is a very large step for the dog and the dog owner and requires a lot of care and knowledge. Although giving birth is considered part of nature, there are always circumstances where the natural process may go wrong. This is especially true with the bulldogs, which often have to give birth by caesarian sections. In fact, 90% of pregnancies in bulldogs results in caesarian births. [...]

Breeding Your English Cocker Spaniel

When you are considering breeding your English Cocker Spaniel, you need to keep some things in mind. Even if you have a female or a male, you need to have a check up and some tests done to ensure that there are no genetic issues that could be passed on to the puppies. This is considered extremely important and reputable breeders will have documents that prove the health of the parents. Before breeding your female, you need to know exactly what to expect. It takes preparation and some learning to know what you are about to experience. [...]

Breeding A Basset Hound

Many dog owners one day start fantasizing about what it might be like to have a puppy again. The question of breeding when it comes to basset hounds is not one to be taken lightly. You need to be ready to provide an area, to commit vast amounts of time to this endeavor, be willing to deal with noise and mess, be willing to pay any vet bills, and realize that some might not make it. There's more to the story than simply wanting another puppy in the house. [...]

Breeding A Clumber Spaniel

Breeding a Clumber Spaniel is a process that can be done successfully with the right education and dog. There are several elements that can disqualify the dog from breed standards. For example, dogs that are excessively shy or those that are vicious are considered faulted. In addition, any color of Clumber Spaniel other than the white with lemon or white with orange is also considered a disqualification in the breed. Choosing the right dog to breed is key! [...]

Breeding Your Chihuahuas and Complications With Delivery

Breeding Chihuahuas is not an undertaking for the inexperienced. These tiny dogs have a lot of difficulty with delivery (whelping). They are very fragile animals with easily breakable bones and many things can go wrong. As a word of caution, you should consult your veterinarian before taking on this endeavor. Your pet should receive a complete bill of health before undergoing the process. You should be able to communicate with your veterinarian at any time when you have any questions about your Chihuahua’s health or her ability to bring her litter to term. [...]

Jack Russell Terriers: Pitfalls With Breeding And Ownership

Though a lovable and loyal companion, the dog that can and will capture your heart, the Jack Russell Terrier is also the dog that will test your limits. He can be willful and stubborn and truly wear your patience thin.You must establish the pecking order immediately. You are the boss and he must learn to respect that.These dogs are working dogs, bred to be hunters and diggers. They require a lot of exercise. The number one reason that owners give up their Jack Russell Terriers is that they were not prepared for the amount of activity required to make these dogs happy and healthy. [...]

Breeding Your Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Breeding your Pembroke Welsh Corgi takes some consideration. You need to breed according the standards set forth by the American Kennel Club to ensure the puppies are going to enhance the breed and not slip away from the original breed characteristics. This is very important when you are considering breeding your male or female dog. If you have a female that meets the standards for temperament, action, size and appearance, you need to find a male that compliments the same characteristics. This is very important to keep the breed in high standards with the American Kennel Club and other organizations. [...]

Should You Breed the Anatolian Shepherd

Before you even consider breeding the Anatolian Shepherd, you should consider if you can find enough homes for the puppies. This is not a popular house breed and some people will find that the training and care that is needed is too much for a dog. This is a common mistake with beginning breeders. Learning the facts about the breed and if there are enough homes for them is important. [...]

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