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Old 12-23-2014, 06:18 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Lots of people have amazing pups. Totally not just the reason they should be bred. I don't agree with breeding for pet purposes. If you plan a litter some or all may wind up being pets but that's not what I think the goal should be. Everyone is different. Not sure if you can save and zoom in on this or not.

Try to strive for the far right and one day you may get to that point.

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Old 12-23-2014, 06:21 PM   #17 (permalink)
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These all say pretty much the same thing

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Old 12-23-2014, 06:25 PM   #18 (permalink)
 
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That's a great resource, Ames. Thanks for posting.

Honestly, there's absolutely no reason to breed unproven, possibly mixed breed pets. There are thousands in shelters that are killed regularly due to lack of space. I highly suggest you encourage these people that want a puppy to go out and adopt one. There will be tons just as sweet and beautiful as your dogs waiting for a home.
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Old 12-23-2014, 06:38 PM   #19 (permalink)
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Yeah but... my petbulls are the most adorable things ever and they live together and they are both awesome so I am gonna breed them to make more..right..

Tell you what, I am gonna breed my female, with very very little knowledge about any of the process first.. then and only then will I be interested in finding out how to do it. jeez
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Gently... I can show you 45 truly amazing dogs right now that are in a no-kill rescue and need adoption. I can show you twice as many in local kill shelters. Some of those dogs no doubt are pure bred and pedigreed - but we don't have access to that information anymore.

Unless you are breeding to improve the breed, you are only adding to the overpopulation already needing homes. Yes, if the parents were pedigreed, you can get that information and register your own dogs. You need the pedigree for both the mother and father for your dogs to be considered pure bred. Without those papers from both parents, your dogs are considered mixed-breed. That's not a bad thing - I happen to love my mutts - it's just reality.

For the puppies. What is your plan if they don't all find homes? Or if those homes don't work out? Will you take the dogs back? Can you afford to feed and vaccinate the litter? Can you afford a C-section and emergency care if things go wrong?

Another thought because it isn't clear from your post... Are your dogs both from the same litter? If so, you really want to think again about breeding them.
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