Breeding

We bought a female pyr to breed with our male. He is attacking her to hurt her not trying to breed her.

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Feb 16, 2017
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by: Donna

Please don't breed your dogs. Get them spayed and neutered. It sounds like you do not know what you are doing.

You need to do a lot more research. Talk to the breeders from whom you got your dogs. You would have signed a breeding contract from the people from whom you acquired your dogs. They would have all the advice in the world for you.

First, why do you want to breed dogs? If it's for profit, stop.

Reputable and ethical breeders breed to improve the breed. They breed knowing a few generations back the temperaments and health of the dogs. They breed their bitches twice or maybe three times in their lifetime between the ages of 3 and 7. It is a costly venture to breed properly.

There are enough dogs in rescue because someone who didn't know what they were doing bred dogs.

Feb 17, 2017
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by: Anonymous

I find this truly disturbing.

You very obviously do not know what you are up to.

Breeding for a healthy pup entails so much more than just putting a male with a female and letting 'nature take its course'. This is puppy mill thinking.

I hope your female survives your ignorance.

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