04-18-2012, 07:28 AM
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I think handling does make a.difference. I handle every pup from day one, though not with cold.stimulation, or turning the pups upside down. But on their backs, straight up, touching all toes, ears, etc. Not sure that it will make a difference with this litter. Actually, since I won't have any not going.through the procedure, I won't be able to tell if it really helps of not
. This is the first crossing with this knpv import stud. His first breeding period. So I have nothing to compare to. However, it can't hurt anything, so I'll try it and see. It's an interesting concept, and I know many top producers who do implement it and swear by it. Though I know some breeders who do absolutely nothing with pups, and though they work just as well, seems they aren't near as friendly, easy to handle. However that could be genetics, any number of things, as I haven't researched enough to know.
I did talk.with one who used the same parents for three consecutive litters. The first did not have the biosensor program, the last two did. 3 out of 8 worked from first litter, 12 out of 12 the second , and so far at a year old 10 out if 12 of the last litter. Coincidence, maybe. However, it can't hurt, takes only minutes a day, so I'll try it.
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