breeding

breeding

CHILOVER999

User Name: CHILOVER999
Parent Forum: General Dog Forum
Posted: 12/2/2009 1:45 PM

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Someone said they can bred father and daughter. I know it is wrong. Give some advice so i can pass it on to this person so it won't be done.

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Snoopy84


12/7/2009 10:55 AM
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I think that would be considered inbreeding..  Yuk

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quesad00dle


12/17/2009 3:16 PM
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Yep its really not a good idea to breed father to daughter, although in the wild it may
happen. You would not want the genetic problems that go with inbreeding.

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quesad00dle


12/17/2009 3:29 PM
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Are there any breeders out there. Have you ever had my problem. My stud dog
this year cant seem to consumate the act, He mounts the girl and his "little boy" comes
out to play, then it justs flaps from one side of the girls hind end to the other, not making
contact. This has been very frustrating for him and for the girls. Any ideas on how i
can help him.

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nascardoglvr


12/17/2009 8:23 PM
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I can give you some general thoughts, but you probably are going to want some sort of professional advice from a vet with some breeding experience. It could be a problem with your bitch and her woman part. If she has never been breed before, then like all virgins may have a flab that blocks entry of the "man part" Its basically like a little donut. The problem could also be with your stud and his "man part" not getting fully extended. There are a few solutions, one of which is artificial insemination. Before really knowing what's going on, I would have the bitch looked at before trying again.

 

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crystal


4/22/2010 8:25 PM
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Hopefully you will get this. Sorry I just found this website but maybe this will help in the future! I ve bred dogs for 10 years. It really depends on how big is your male compared to the female and has your female ever been bred. If not her hymen has to break causing discomforted for the female and sometimes the male. I have to handbreed my dogs in this situation.

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billandsusan


4/3/2011 11:59 PM
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Do you know is it safe to breed son back to mother or brother to sister

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billandsusan


4/4/2011 12:04 AM
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Hi, I would like to know is it safe to breed mother and son or brother and sister,can you help me.  thank you susan

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