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Old 03-14-2010, 05:10 PM
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Smile How to tell if a male dog is ready to breed?

^^ how can you tell if a male dog is ready to breed, & plz dont be upset or anything, its my friend who wants to breed, but he doesnt know how to tell if his dog is ready! can someone plz let me know?
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two years old and passed all the needed health screening. Hips, elbows, eyes etc.
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I have a feeling that we have done this conversation again...Isn't your friend's dog a male Rottie?

There were pretty good answers there.

Sorry if I'm wrong here
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Hi,
yes it is about the male rottie , but, will his behaviour change or will he start being abit more dominant when hes in condition?
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No I don't think so! there is no such thing in males
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I briefly read through your other thread about your friend wanting to breed his rottie. Seriously, if he doesn't KNOW what he's doing he should not be breeding. Besides why does he need his friend to ask questions for him? If he had the slightest concern you think he would be trying to figure out these questions himself. It is just sad to me that some people seem to have no respect for animals, and decide to breed them when they have no idea what they're doing. *end rant*
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hi, yes, ^^ i agree with you, but he said, that if he did make an account on here, he would hardly ever be on here therefore, he told me to ask , i will try to persuade him not to breed
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what i would suggest is that you try to get your friend to contact a person who shows and breeds rotties...
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