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How To Breed Dogs?

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Breeding dogs is not a casual undertaking. Before you decide to start raising puppies, there are some decisions you need to make, and preparations which should be considered. So you want to breed, and your dog passes conformation, temperament, health and genetic testing. First, you have to find a compatible/non-related stud, with all the same background testing as your female, i.e. conformation, temperament, health, genetic testing and good non-related pedigree.

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What you need to become a great dog breeder?
Learn every cost involved in breeding dogs.
Must have health and nutrition supplements.
Know exactly when the dam is in heat.
Learn how to induce heat.
Take proper care of a pregnant dog.
How to build a whelping box.
How to deliver the puppies.
What you MUST do after delivery?
Much more information you are going to NEED!
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Breeding dogs in the right way

breeding dogsDecide the reason you want for breeding dogs. Choose your stud and dam, and determine if they possess the qualities you desire in the offspring you expect them to have. Make sure your dogs are breeding age. Have a knowledgeable person evaluate your dogs to give you an unbiased opinion of their qualities, and have a veterinarian check the health of your dogs. Has your dam checked for parasites or infections, and update her vaccinations. Wait the dam to come in heat. Wait 9 days after you observe your dam beginning to show signs of coming in heat, then let the stud in the pen with her. When you are sure the dam has been bred, you can remove the stud to another pen, or return him to his owner, if you have arranged stud service from another breeder. Keep the dam healthy, giving her a balanced diet, and supplemental vitamins, if they are recommended by your vet. The gestation period for dogs is 63 days after fertilization of the egg, and fertilization will occur within 3 days of breeding. Keep the Dam’s kennel free of infestations such as fleas, and clean it regularly, as well as providing lots of fresh water and clean bedding. Notice the Dam’s nipples, and when they begin to turn pink and become enlarged, you can be sure she is carrying pups, and the delivery time is near. Prepare a “whelping box”. Place alternating layers of plastic sheeting and newspapers in the bottom of the box, so that as the bottom becomes soiled, you can slide out a layer of paper and a sheet of plastic, leaving a clean on in its place. Be alert when the time for whelping (delivering) is near. Keep the pups warm, and make sure they are all able to nurse. Write down the birth date, total number of pups, the number of each sex, and the number of still born pups, to use when filling out registration forms. Clean the whelping box bedding frequently. Watch the puppies carefully the first few weeks, making sure they stay clean and warm, and the bitch is providing enough milk for them. Take the pups to the vet when they are 6 weeks old.

Did you know that a large percent of dogs end up with some form of birth defects and even die? Most of these defects and deaths can be avoided if you have the correct information. You can find out more about this in the dog breeding guide.

“This dog breeding guide is truly a life saver and nobody should attempt to breed dogs without this knowledge.”
click here to learn more about

The general goal when you breed is to better the breed. That is the MAIN reason to breed.

how to breed dogsBreeding a dog is NOT as easy as it looks. Lack of experience can risk the life of your dam, and having puppies just so your children may witness the miracle of birth can sometimes go badly. Be prepared for anything that could happen; ask yourself: “How can I handle things if they go wrong? Is it worth it?” Most breeders do not simply follow textbook instructions when whelping a litter because whelping correctly requires experience. There is no money to be found in breeding the right way; it is a hobby and usually costs money rather than makes money.

Many unexpected costs can break your bank, it is absolutely necessary to have funds set aside in case there is trouble with your dam during her pregnancy or whelping. Twenty-five percent (25%) of dog births end up middle-of-the-night C-sections, which adds up to a $1,000 vet bill just for the whelping. Fading puppies can also cost several thousand dollars to save, and it is very possible for puppies to contract viruses such as mild Cocciadia, Giardia, and the more serious threat of Parvo. It is possible your dam will not produce milk, or make too much and end up with Mastitis. Your dam could also hemorrhage.

If you have ever thought about breeding your dog, then this may be the most important guide you will ever see that will help you. A step-by-step guide to breeding happy, healthy puppies and avoid terrible health problems or even death… Rebecca Ourtel has been a professional dog breeder since 2001 that can help you.
click here for a complete guide

Breeding dogs in the right way


breeding dogs and puppies
Decide the reason you want for breeding dogs. Choose your stud and dam, and determine if they possess the qualities you desire in the offspring you expect them to have. Make sure your dogs are breeding age. Have a knowledgeable person evaluate your dogs to give you an unbiased opinion of their qualities, and have a veterinarian check the health of your dogs. Has your dam checked for parasites or infections, and update her vaccinations. Wait the dam to come in heat. Wait 9 days after you observe your dam beginning to show signs of coming in heat, then let the stud in the pen with her. When you are sure the dam has been bred, you can remove the stud to another pen, or return him to his owner, if you have arranged stud service from another breeder. Keep the dam healthy, giving her a balanced diet, and supplemental vitamins, if they are recommended by your vet. The gestation period for dogs is 63 days after fertilization of the egg, and fertilization will occur within 3 days of breeding. Keep the Dam’s kennel free of infestations such as fleas, and clean it regularly, as well as providing lots of fresh water and clean bedding. Notice the Dam’s nipples, and when they begin to turn pink and become enlarged, you can be sure she is carrying pups, and the delivery time is near. Prepare a “whelping box”. Place alternating layers of plastic sheeting and newspapers in the bottom of the box, so that as the bottom becomes soiled, you can slide out a layer of paper and a sheet of plastic, leaving a clean on in its place. Be alert when the time for whelping (delivering) is near. Keep the pups warm, and make sure they are all able to nurse. Write down the birth date, total number of pups, the number of each sex, and the number of still born pups, to use when filling out registration forms. Clean the whelping box bedding frequently. Watch the puppies carefully the first few weeks, making sure they stay clean and warm, and the bitch is providing enough milk for them. Take the pups to the vet when they are 6 weeks old.

Did you know that a large percent of dogs end up with some form of birth defects and even die? Most of these defects and deaths can be avoided if you have the correct information. You can find out more about this in the dog breeding guide.

“This dog breeding guide is truly a life saver and nobody should attempt to breed dogs without this knowledge.”
click here to learn more about

The general goal when you breed is to better the breed. That is the MAIN reason to breed.

how to breed dogsBreeding a dog is NOT as easy as it looks. Lack of experience can risk the life of your dam, and having puppies just so your children may witness the miracle of birth can sometimes go badly. Be prepared for anything that could happen; ask yourself: “How can I handle things if they go wrong? Is it worth it?” Most breeders do not simply follow textbook instructions when whelping a litter because whelping correctly requires experience. There is no money to be found in breeding the right way; it is a hobby and usually costs money rather than makes money.

Many unexpected costs can break your bank, it is absolutely necessary to have funds set aside in case there is trouble with your dam during her pregnancy or whelping. Twenty-five percent (25%) of dog births end up middle-of-the-night C-sections, which adds up to a $1,000 vet bill just for the whelping. Fading puppies can also cost several thousand dollars to save, and it is very possible for puppies to contract viruses such as mild Cocciadia, Giardia, and the more serious threat of Parvo. It is possible your dam will not produce milk, or make too much and end up with Mastitis. Your dam could also hemorrhage.

If you have ever thought about breeding your dog, then this may be the most important guide you will ever see that will help you. A step-by-step guide to breeding happy, healthy puppies and avoid terrible health problems or even death… Rebecca Ourtel has been a professional dog breeder since 2001 that can help you.
click here for a complete guide

breeding dogs

 

You grab your free copy of e-book “Breeding Dogs For Fun & Profit

breeding dogs, free raising dogs ebook

 

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