yep, they just dont understand as they never did research to find out FIRST. It's also like saying "My dog is AKC registered so that means it's not from a puppy mill and is perfect" Little do they know the AKC has nothing to do with health. It's merely the organization that registers pure bred dogs etc..
" The dogs I tried to hook her up with didn't try to mount her."
First off, it doesnt sound like shes even ready to be bred. Also, just how many dogs have you tried to "hook her up with" ? Doesnt sound like you know enough about breeding to even attempt it. Its not like you just strap a piece of meat on her butt and see how many will go for it.
If you are a dog and your owner suggests that you wear a sweater, suggest that he wear a tail.
Quote from OP "Yes, she has her papers and shots. Regular vet check-ups. All's good on that end. I just don't know how long she is going to be able to breed. My boyfriend told if she's bleeding that she needs to be bred. The dogs I tried to hook her up with didn't try to mount her. I'm just wanting to know how long i have for her to get pregnant."
Each dog's heat cycle is unique to them. You can't give an exact # of days the dog will be fertile in. You can have progesterone testing and cytologies done at the vet to find out but you can't just guess on it.
Please do not breed her at least not on this cycle until you can earn more and get the proper testing done to at minimum see if sher is healthy enough
Sounds like your BF is not giving you good advice. Just because she is bleeding does not mean she is receptive and ready to be bred.
If males aren't interested in her that is one sign she is also not ready.
Also how many males have you tried. Have them all been tested for brucellosis. If not you can have major health issues. Why are you tryimng more than one male?
First off...Are the papers from UKC or ADBA? I ask bacause those are the only two reputible APBT orgs
Is she at least 2 years old.... if not she should not be bred
Shots and a regualar health check up is not health testing. Please check the OFA and Penn Hip websites for info on health testing