Rules in US breeding female some break between litter ? - Page 1

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BlackMalinois

by BlackMalinois on 07 September 2015 - 20:09


Are there some rules in the US female have a break ( cople months) between A to B liiter ?

I saw this litter , this is a repeat litter born 28-2-2015 in Hollland , next litter born  in US will be 2-`10-2015
in the US is almost only 7  months between both litters............

Caro Brandevoort X Pitta Zeelberg  ( the female is sold  from Holland to the US this year)

I feel sorry for the female so quick another litter her last litter in Holland there are some  dead pups



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BlackMalinois

by BlackMalinois on 07 September 2015 - 20:09



Certainly NOT nobody will answer.............

hallix

by hallix on 07 September 2015 - 20:09

Actually, ti can be healthier for them to be bred on back to back heat cycles. Females bred on back to back heat cycles have a much smaller chance of developing infections such as pyometra. Also, dogs bounce back from litters pretty quickly. As for some puppies being still born, there is ALWAYS a chance of that, no matter how healthy the dog is. It's sad, but it happens.

by Blitzen on 07 September 2015 - 21:09

Well, I guess  you'd better not move to the US if you want regulations about something like breeding dogs? May I ask where you live, BM? Maybe the seller in Holland should have not been in such a big hurry to get rid of that dog? Had he kept her until she came into season, she'd not be having another litter in 6 months.

 


by Blitzen on 07 September 2015 - 21:09

That's correct, hallix. Dr. Huchinson, one of the most respected repro vets in the US, says that too.


Xeph

by Xeph on 07 September 2015 - 21:09

Aye...depending on when she comes into season (and locating a suitable stud dog), I plan on doing a back to back breeding with my bitch. It will be her last litter. She will finish her grand championship and be spayed so we can focus on her performance titles.

by hntrjmpr434 on 07 September 2015 - 22:09

Have also read that it is healthier for bitches to be bred back to back. There are numerous studies from several different sources available to read, blackmalinois. Unfortunately, I have seen/know of bitches from big time "breeders" bred back to back to back with maybe 3 breaks in their lifetime. That should be illegal.

 


by Sheesh on 07 September 2015 - 22:09

Let's specify that, yes it is true in many cases it is healthier for the bitch to NOT skip a heat between breeding, that is under certain circumstances. As long as the bitch is healthy and recovers from the whelp well. Not all bitches bounce right back. The breeding back to back is partly based on the premise that during a dog's heat cycle the uterus goes through a harsh process if the bitch is not bred and does not carry a litter. There is a balance however, if the rest of the physical condition, muscle mass, body fat, etc, has not recovered from the last litter, then the bitch may be better off in the long run to skip the heat and allow to gain weight in order to better support the litter during the pregnancy.

Theresa

susie

by susie on 07 September 2015 - 23:09

Are there any rules in the Netherlands?
Pitta born 01/27/2012
her son Bokito van Theclahoeve born 05/01/2013 ( working-dog.eu )
In case this is true the female was bred in the age of 13 months ?!?

by hntrjmpr434 on 08 September 2015 - 00:09

wow, susie. I hope that is an error. What Smile






 


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