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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by GUAM671, Mar 29, 2018.

  1. GUAM671

    GUAM671 Puppy

    Hey everyone. Im a rookie breeder and will take all the advice i can get
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  2. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Staff Member Administrator

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  3. ETRaven2

    ETRaven2 Big Dog

    Welcome to pbc. My advice is to find a mentor whose values align with your own.
    For example, if I decided I wanted to become a breeder, I'd call a breeder that competed a lot in obedience and held lots of titles on their dogs bc that's what I like to do with my dogs. I'd also make sure they did health testing on their breeding dogs that I feel is important, like cardio testing, hips, elbows (ofa). I also think breeding super young dogs is no bueno, so I'd make sure they were breeding dogs that were at least 3. I'd ask them if I could mentor under them for a while and hopefully be able to purchase my foundation bitch from them if things worked out. That's me though, others on the forum may have different opinions on what makes a good breeder doing the right thing.
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  4. pitbulldogs

    pitbulldogs OHMUHGERD Staff Member Administrator

    Actually it's not unheard of to breed a brood bitch in the 3rd or even 2nd heat depending on when they have them.
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  5. ETRaven2

    ETRaven2 Big Dog

    Yeah I know. I like when they wait until their older to see if any health problems develop or how they've matured. But like I said, top each their own, that's my preference but I don't fault breeders that breed younger.
  6. GUAM671

    GUAM671 Puppy

    Thank you Sir. I appreciate your advice
  7. GUAM671

    GUAM671 Puppy

    Question. I previously tried to breed my bitch and found a good stud but first attempt the stud didnt seem to stay on long enough. My female was willing to give it up though. That was a fail. And second attempt,same stud she started getting aggresive every time he tried to hop on. She wouldnt even let him mount up. Any breeding/locking tips you can give me?
  8. GUAM671

    GUAM671 Puppy

    Attempts were all in one heat
  9. ETRaven2

    ETRaven2 Big Dog

    Try our sister site game-dog.com, there's a lot more breeders on that site than this one (although there's a few here).
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  10. pitbulldogs

    pitbulldogs OHMUHGERD Staff Member Administrator

    Did they actually tie up? Some times you have to help them along, you need try and keep the bitch still if possible. There is all kinds of methods to keep the bitch still and from turning. Just curious what are you breeding?
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  11. GUAM671

    GUAM671 Puppy

    Thank you. No peds on both but from what im told female is OFRN and male is Colby
  12. Worg

    Worg Big Dog

    Wouldn't suggest breeding dogs without peds, people won't know what they are getting and you don't really know what you have.
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  13. GUAM671

    GUAM671 Puppy

    True. Thank you for the tip
  14. pitbulldogs

    pitbulldogs OHMUHGERD Staff Member Administrator

    You got any pics of the dogs? If the breeding isn't bettering the breed in some form or fashion, then i wouldn't be breeding. My dogs have peds and they still have to earn the right to be bred.
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  15. EstyEsty

    EstyEsty Little Dog Premium Member

    Shelters are full of unregistered bully mixes that someone bred and grew up to be a big problem at no fault of the dog. please don't make any more unwanted dogs.
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