If you have a
female you want
to breed, look for a suitable stud dog in good time. Remember that the first
deciding factor should not be the number of championships a dog has won but
the quality and
the health of the offspring. Of course it would be better
to find a stud who is both a great Champion and a wonderful sire of winners
and healthy puppies! If the bitch has some fault (big ears, very light
color, bad texture, shy personality...), these should be compensated for by
selecting an appropriate stud. Studying pedigrees can be helpful, but if
you don't know a dog or a bloodline and its qualities, it is risky picking
it simply on the basis of a champion title. If possible, the two dogs may
have several ancestors in common within the last two or three generation,
this breeding will be called line-breeding, and this combinations have been
known to "match" the best. However, even if the two dogs do not have any
ancestor in common, they can still produce excellent offspring. This
breeding will be called out-crossing (out-crossing different bloodlines).
those pet owners, even if you are not thinking to show any dog, or to
produce show quality dogs, there is nothing wrong in owning stunning
puppies, good representative of the breed and in producing very healthy
dogs. It has been reported that 70% of all Toy breeds carry hereditary
problems or diseases, so be very careful in choosing the right stud for your
little girl. Don't be impulsive and don't choose a male just because it is
cute and it is your sparkly neighbor's pet. It is preferable and makes better sense
to put some real thought into your canine project, especially since it is
likely that you will have healthy and beautiful puppies and that they will
share many happy/healthy years with you.
Remember the stud-fee must be paid at the time of service and usually the
breeder or owner of the stud will return a second service if there are no
puppies. Even only one live puppy represents a litter. The number of the
puppies does not depends from the sire but from the dam.
When to breed your bitch.
The age of 18/19 months, or at least the second heat, is the right and
earliest time you should breed your bitch. Count from the first day you see
blood in your bitch's vulva. When the bleeding stops and the vulva begins
to soften, usually at 11 or 12 days (but still it depends from bitch to
bitch), the bitch is ready to be bred and she will accept the stud.
Please click the button to see
a list of some of Dolce Sinfonia' stud available. All these studs have been
chosen for their healthy, beauty, personality and have demonstrating to be
Top producing males. Please, feel free to send us an
email or to
call as at: 818-951-3904.
Price Range for a
Dolce Sinfonia' stud is: $700.00 to $3000.00 Please,
feel free to write to us for a quote.
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