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    Hi all im searching for either a breeder or someone who has a male German Rottie within the Newcastle or surrounding area's to service my Bitch she has just turned 2 an im looking to breed her just this once she has just started to bleed today just hopeing im not leaveing it to late. thanks for takeing the time to read my post

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    Additional details would be helpful such as:

    Is she registered?
    What are her hip and elbow scores?
    What titles has she earned?

    etc

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    Generally if you were doing it by the book you would have had a stud dog picked out a while ago... if I was a breeder that's how I would do it anyways....

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    reasons for breeding? to be honest i think you may have left it a little late if she has already come into season.... usually litters are planned way in advnaced......

    dont wanna come across as negative, jsut asking....
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    Quote Originally Posted by reyzor View Post
    reasons for breeding? to be honest i think you may have left it a little late if she has already come into season.... usually litters are planned way in advnaced......

    dont wanna come across as negative, jsut asking....
    Sorry for hacking your thread OP

    Reyzor - how do you really know if the female is in season or ready for mating? I am curious on how to tell if she is ready

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    Ok np guys i dont plan to continue breeding her just the one time reason being is i would like to keep an offspring from her an also family an freinds would like a pup

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    It's probably a good idea to have a look through these threads...

    http://www.dogforum.com.au/general-d...now-about.html

    http://www.dogforum.com.au/general-d...you-breed.html

    http://www.dogforum.com.au/general-d...may-arise.html The last one for you would be very important to read through and realise some of the complications that can arise and the cost involved when something horrible happens.

    Before I knew what I do now, I wanted to breed just one litter with my little girl. But then I realised it wouldn't be fair to put her through that for something that I wanted. And the risk of complications arising from it wasn't worth the risk of losing her. I won't tell you not too, because if you've made your mind up you won't listen anyway. But sometimes its more important to look past our wants and look at what is best for the dog.
    Last edited by jadielee87; 02-13-2012 at 02:38 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RottieLover View Post
    Ok np guys i dont plan to continue breeding her just the one time reason being is i would like to keep an offspring from her an also family an freinds would like a pup
    jsut a quick google search cam up with this

    Reproduction, The Heat Cycle, Signs of Heat
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    noone with a decent, registered and health tested rottweiler stud is allowed to let them go over your bitch, it's against the breeders rules, leaving you with slim pickings of quality animals. Considering the huge number of potential health problems in the breed, do yourself a favour and get your bitch desexed when she's finished this heat. Rotties can be a hard breed to breed properly considering the variation in genetic shape and temperament.

    rememberdiesel.webs.com ... it's when people don't take care when they breed.

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    i read the above link Nekhbet, very sad. I suggest OP to read the information available on this site. It's disgusting this poor dogs quality of life has become all because somebody couldn't do the proper research into breeding this beautiful breed. Think about your poor dog and it's offspring before doing something to benefit yourself!

    Diesel's Story - Bad Breeding - you want a puppy? Remember Diesel.

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