My pup is almost 10 mo and she just started her first cycle. I want to get someone lined up for her next one. She is registered through NKC and I have her bloodline up to 9 pedigrees back. She is an all Hawaiin Girl. NEW BLOODLINES!!!! I can send pics if anyone has a stud and is interested. This is my first time breeding a registered dog so I'm not sure what the terms are for the Breeders. Please contact me at email@example.com I am in southern Colorado, but willing to travel a couple of hours if need be. Thanks alot.
First of all, what is the NKC? Your bitch is 10 months old, and you want to breed her at 14 months, or less? You need to test your dog for health defects before you ever think about breeding her. What health testing have you done? You can't breed this girl until she's 2 years old because of the health testing you have to do, for one thing.Just because you have all those pedigrees does not make your dog a candidate for breeding. You mention this is the first purebred dog you are going to breed. What other dogs have you bred? Do you know the health problems associated with this breed? I think you need to do a great deal of research before you breed this dog.
IMO a lot of thought and a great amount of preparation would be needed to breed a dog. Breeders go through a lot of preparation before they pick the right candidate for their breeding programs. Breeders are highly educated on the breed and all the health issues that might be relevant to a particular breed. Also they are all about making the breed better. All be it that your dog has good bloodlines but your ignorance shines through and I believe you are far from ready to start your own breeding program.
Nevermind what? You need to know a few things before you go breeding dogs! People who breed blindly with no knowledge of what the proper procedure is are setting their dogs, and offspring up for failure.The shelters are full of poorly bred dogs, and millions are euthanized every day. I am a breeder, and I know the pitfalls of breeding, even with the appropriate health testing, and doing everything correctly. Don't be too proud to take advice which will serve you and your dogs well in the future.