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Posted on: 3:36:52 AM 3/24/2008

Whenever I have bred my dogs, I research the geneology of the dogs in question and choose dogs whose genes will compliment mine. Dumb luck has nothing to do with it, knowledge and research do. IMO and expierence, healthy offsping from line/inbreedi...

Posted on: 12:32:27 AM 3/24/2008

Personally, I have NEVER inbred, in any way. My mother had an accidental in breeding when two dogs with the same sire, but different dams, bred. Half of the litter died, and of those that died two had to be culled due to their blindness. According...

Posted on: 2:44:14 AM 3/22/2008

BTW: I have been breeding Australian Shepherds for 18 years.

Posted on: 2:43:14 AM 3/22/2008

Any time you breed a two dogs that are related, in any way, it's inbreeding. Call it line breeding or inbreeding, it still amounts to the same thing.

From my experience with

Posted on: 10:01:10 PM 3/11/2008

Male aussies range from 40-60 lbs typically (mine is 63) and females from 25-45 (mine is about 30). Weigh and measure your aussie and use that as your guide. Remember, aussies need space as they are a working breed. They do not do well in confinem...

Posted on: 9:53:30 PM 3/11/2008

I have seen dogs that when bred at 1 year were wonder-moms. I have also seen some that basically puppy incubators and had to have things done for them. Each dog is different. Personally, I would wait a bit, at least until they are 18 months or so....

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