Every vet I have ever met would never recommend breeding a pet.... Also it takes more than just a vet visit to know if a dog is sound/healthy enough to breed, aka hip and elbow x-rays, heart exam by a board certified cardiologist, annual eye exams by a board certified opthamologist, and this for every dog going back +5 generations. That is just the health aspect of it, let alone all the other areas of consideration before breeding. Also what kind of breeder did you get her from that didn't care you haven't gotten her spayed, and gave you full registration?This is very true. I am a small time breeder with one female and she is now 5. Vet says shes as healthy as a horse and to breed her this year but I just love her so much that I think Ill pass. Anyways, I love her coloring and want another breeding dog/family dog like her. I understand putting restrictions on it. I wont sell any of my pups with full reg. unless I am 100% aware of their intentions and they sign a breeding contract with me.
Just what does that mean?She needs to be breed quality
just a guess but prob because she wants to keep using the same stud. which if he is a good stud i would look into another female as well.And not to be a jerk, which I think I can be.... it you have a bitch you like and it sounds like she had pups, why didn't you keep one?
She did have a new male, Rex. In November he was going to be the next stud dog when he grew up. Alas, it would seem that poor Rex isn't the right color...Whoa, Shelbypup, really? From my viewpoint, there is a goal... and mostly involves not breeding to the same stud over and over.
They have started another post since this one. You might what to look at it.I have nothing to add that hasn't already been said but I would like to hear what the OP says as response...
Thanks appreciate itThey have started another post since this one. You might what to look at it.