Breeding is not for the faint of heart. It can be emotional, devastating, and draining. Being a breeder requires continuing education, patience, forethought, preparations, and emergency plans. Death and heartbreak are inevitable. Never breed a dog you're not willing to lose/have pass away. While puppies are cute and fun being a breeder is not about playing with cute puppies. Rearing puppies right is to socialize them, train them how to cope with stressful situations, help them learn and navigate their environment, and teach them to build lasting, trusting bonds with their families, themselves, and other animals. Breeding will be smelly, messy, and time consuming. Bitches may need help whelping. There can be pregnancy complications. There can be whelping/labor complications. A C-Section can be $5 000 (some emergency vets charge over $1 9 000to perform an emergency cesarean Before you ever breed your dog for the first time you need a thorough understanding of canine anatomy, pregnancy, gestation, nutrition, behavior, training and rearing. Having a mentor is highly encouraged. Have a list ready of vets, emergency clinics, 24/7 emergency clinics, holistic vets, breeder-friendly vets, and local breeders willing to give you support when needed. Most importantly, know going into this that every puppy you produce is the next family member, friend, service aid, and companion. Every puppy is the future of the breed, the breed's reputation, and the breed's image. Your job as a breeder is to preserve and protect the breed, it's standard, and it's integrity.
Breeding Rights: Available to approved breeder homes after completing full health testing, AKC titling and breeder education course, or an addition purchase fee of $1000. We do not co-own nor lease dogs.