I'm clueless. I'd like to breed my Siberian husky and have no idea how the whole "breeding" process works.
Who pays for what? How do you split the profits from the puppies? Would we be allowed to keep one of the puppies (Havoc is male by the way)?
These may seem like silly questions to you, but I really have no idea. I googled it but I must be looking it up wrong haha. Please no bashing, any advice would help. Thanks :]
Asked by Anonymous at 8:45 PM on Aug. 6, 2009 in Pets
Answer by staciandababy at 8:56 PM on Aug. 6, 2009
Answer by Gealach at 9:08 PM on Aug. 6, 2009
First of all do you show your dog or compete to prove your dog is worthy of passing along his genes? Have you done testing to see if he has any diseases that may be passed along. This is more than just a physical. If you do breeding correctly do you know you will actually loose money on breeding. No one should be breeding for profit. There are too many pets in the world as is. The only reason to breed is to better the breed. That takes years of learning and planning. I suggest you find a mentor for your specific breed and learn for a few years. Breeding should not be just throwing two dogs together and selling the pups for a couple hundred dollars. That is back yard breeding and its responsible for the thousands of dogs that die each day in shelters across America. It is also the reason there are so many genetic defects in purebreds. Please think twice before breeding. Its not about money.
Answer by SalemWitchChild at 9:21 PM on Aug. 6, 2009
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