Help next to putting my dog up for stud?
I have a bull mastiff dog who is now ready to be mate but i don't know how or what to do, i need a step by step guide. Any help great fully received.
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Unfortunately there are very few b1ches that can cope near the amorous attentions of a Bull Mastiff, consequently your dog will spend the rest of its life feeling frustrated. It will become aggressive and wreck the house up in his attempts to find a mate on a each day basis.
An entire male dog can suffer from frustration and prostrate problems. You owe it to your dog to have him castrated. In the UK and whether you are on benefits there are organisations who will pay for your dog to be neutered.
Please guess about your dogs comfort and his future fell. Yes he will enjoy his first experience of mating, however you must consider the ramifications.
please alter your dog
If you've done all that, then you can advertise him for stud to bitches that collect the same qualifications. But know that most people looking for a stud dog out at hand want quality dogs that have proven themselves. So the best thing for you to do would be to contact his breeder and ask almost getting involved in the breed so you learn the best way to step about producing quality puppies.
Step two: follow the instruction to prepare him for next day's appointment.
Step three: take him within to get him neutered.
If you male is not a show competence dog, it's no sense to stud him out. If you are actively showing your male, I'm sure your fellow breeders and exhibitors notice him and they will contact you whether they want to use your male as part of their breeding program. Otherwise, follow the above steps to have him neuter.
Registry papers don't mean much whether it is a poorly bred dog. Poorly bred dogs bred to poorly bred dogs equal poor quality pups. AKC registered or not.
You need to do lots of research on the breed & on the breeding process. It takes almost 2 years to complete a championship & that is the earliest that you should breed & since he is a substantial breed dog you might even wait until he is three.
Get him into the show ring, do your research, know everything there is to know long before you breed & stir at as if you were working with Murphy's Law. Be prepared for anything that might move about wrong. Anything ! ! !
I have never bred a dog cause I do not want to be an Ignorant Back Yard Breeder that pops out poor quality dogs do I could never afford a quality dog to start with. It is hard to come up near several thousand for a dog but that is what it takes to make characteristic pups that true to the breed standards.
Personally I would neuter him. We don't need any more dogs filling up the pounds & shelters. Dying freshly because no one wanted them.
Step one contact the breed club to discover what health tests the breed requires and ensure they are all completed and you enjoy all of the certificates
step two Ask the breed club to recommend a breeder who can take a look at your dog to ensure he is a apt enough specimen to breed
step three learn all in the region of breeding again breeders from the breed club should be able to help
I would never use a pet dog for a stud dog because the pet dog you know now will silver he will mark his territory, become dominant around other male dogs, attempt to escape etc, cause sure you can afford to replace all your belongings which he will pee on to mark domain.
By "set to be mated" I assume he has been hip scored and elbow grade?
Well the first thing you involve to do is think about what your dog has to contribute the breed. Have all health checks done because most people will not discharge to breed with an untested dog & his parents would have to have adjectives good results on their hip scores etc. How dose he go contained by the show ring as most want pay to breed to a dog that hasn't been tittled. So if you own a registered, health tested, champion dog then clear a website for him. If you don't have all these things there is no agency I would pay to bred to your dog & neither will any other responsible breeder.
Is your dog a champion show dog? Is he a perfect example of his breed? Will he bring something glitzy to the bloodline? If not, chop those knackers off, there's no point in breeding.