Your Breeding Program

bubbatd

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Good points.... Of all my sold pups, none were bought for breeding purposes.... one, a female pick of litter by a Golden breeder/judge ( his sire ) was bred , but I don't count that. I had a clause in my contracts that no pup would be bred without my approval. After seeing the time and $$ that was put into my litters, all agreed that they'd rather let me do the work and have pups available for them.!
 
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RedyreRottweilers

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that is an interesting article.

Keep in mind it's only ONE viewpoint.

Breeding that close can be very dangerous in many breeds. It's not for a novice, or one that is faint of heart.
 

JennSLK

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I know red. I just thought it would be an interesting read. I havnt read the whole thing yet.
 
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