Before You Breed

Breeding is often an expensive and time-consuming adventure. It is important to consider the health of the adults, the placement of puppies, and financial constraints of the owner before breeding.

Reproductive Statistics

Who to Breed

The Female

The Breeding

The Pregnancy


The Babies

Birthing and Pregnancy Problems

Make sure you evaluate the time cost and commitment before you breed. Take into consideration the pet over population problem and make sure you are not adding to it. Remember not everyone who wants a cute little puppy is able to care for it. We recommend you have $1000-$1500 set aside in savings before you begin breeding to cover the costs involved. Many breeders discover this is not a way to make money and usually lose money on litters. Breeding should be done to improve the breed you love.