i have a female min pin, Coco. she is a blue and rust. and i'm wanting to bread her but i dont know how or when. i dont know how to tell if she is about to come into heat. i was wondering if someone could kina help me by telling me what i should and shouldnt do to bread Coco
What is your reason for breeding her? You need to have alot of testing done first of all and then do ALOT of research and not just asking on a forum. She needs to be at least 2 years old.You should visit a shelter and look at all the dogs there and think how many of them are gonna get put down because no one wants them and people just keep breeding and breeding and over populating the world with dogs and then ask yourself if you still want to breed not knowing if one of your pups or a pup they produce will end up in a shelter just waiting to get put down.If you dont know the first thing about breeding then you have no bussines doing it.
Find yourself a mentor/reputable breeder to learn from and do lots of research on the breed, especially with regard to breed genetics.
Breeding is not something to get into lightly. It's a ton of "blood, sweat, and tears" and tons of time. The payback is not monetary. The satisfaction, happiness and pride of knowing you've made the breed better is.
as noted by the two prior posts, it is essential that you take the time to truly understand the breeding process and all that it entails, not to mention the cost which from 47 years of experience I can tell you is quite a lot. In addition, Blues are a dilute and cannot just be bred to any Miniature Pinscher. Study this breed totally and then find a good breeder to serve as a mentor.