Rham and neelix playing...........our boys get along while most males argue with each other
Neelix 15 lb blue merle poodle fully DNA of all poodle concerns plus OFA good cardiac check and tight patellas
Mothra 8 lbs fully DNA of all poodle concerns plus OFA good cardiac check and tight patellas totally loving poodle stud
Estrus cycle and stud service information.
Our fellows offer their service to the lovely ladies. They are always up to earning some toy and treat funds. Not that they mind the work..... mothra chocolate merle 8 lbs - tribble blue parti color 12 lbs and Neelix blue merle miniature 15 lbs all OFA cardiac and patella cleared as well. Further all our poodle fellows are DNA tested clear for Vwd bleeding disorder - DM nerve disorder - PRA & PRCD eye diseases as well as no history of epilepsy in our poodle bloodlines.
Max red/rust doberman . AKC with OFA hips clear of dysplasia DNA genetic testing done - CLEAR DCM ( heart ) DM ( nerve disorder ) VwD ( bleeding disorder ) PRA ( inherited eye problem) and more.
fees $500 or possible pick of litter if we like your girl and the logistics work as we have had folks drive up from a far away as Florida since our guys are so wonderful in looks and temperament.
Normally they 'spot' bleed a little starting off - this may or may not be noticeable as you have already discovered. This period is about 10 days with continued enlargement of the vulva. About day 10 the 'color' changes more to a straw or thin mucous like discharge. at this time the swelling of the vulva will start to recede or be less turgid. At this time she will 'flag' her tail to either side and project the vulva backward with what looks like she maybe trying to stand on her toes so to speak. You can scratch just above her tail on her back and get this reaction.
This is the receptive time which typically last about 3 to 4 days but can be from 1/2 day to 7 days.
We like to have them dropped off about day 9 or 10 or when the flagging begins and have her stay a few days so we can witness a couple breeding's minimum over a couple days to ensure the best litter for you. We'd rather have them early and stay longer than miss the cycle for you. If you are unsure or where she is in her cycle or your schedule deems it necessary please do bring her early.
we're happy to talk you through the entire process from breeding through the pregnancy to whelping (giving birth) and basic young puppy care
house dogs get to stay inside - they can go out for potty and breeding can be outside in the 'love shack' or inside in a play pen for the smaller dogs as weather is appropriate
Our breeding 'pen - aka - the love shack' is concrete 'floor' with 6 foot tall chain link topped by a metal roof for rain / shade as well as anti climb out. we are on hand to assist with breeding as needed to keep your girl safe as she is in an unfamiliar place. we have at least one camera on them also for those that are fine left with your chosen male. for the ladies that are more accustomed to being a 'house' dog we have sleeping facilities inside with great dane sized crates and blankets away from the other dogs. they will get visits with their fellow several times a day so we can witness at least three matings over three days
The girls should come to the male. on their 'home turf' they may be more defensive of their home to a stranger than interested in breeding. Further male would be off his 'game' away from home and while hormones normally take over it is better for the girls to come to him. We can then assist as needed and witness the breeding. We have over 40 year experience with this and want to ensure the best litter for you as well as the comfort of both dogs.
Some folks have opted to bring her and wait around which is fine if you hit just that perfect timing. Then to be sure of the breeding bring her back the next day or wait one day in between. That would be up to you but certainly not the ideal.
If your girl is on a special diet please bring a supply of her food. If she has a special blanket or toy that will make her more comfortable during her stay bring that. We will not need her leash but do leave her collar on. She will NOT need a bath beforehand just be flea free please. She will need a bath when she goes home after they have bounced all over each other. We have great dane size crates in a quiet room and clean blankets for guest so she is safe when not spending time with her 'boyfriend'.
For those not used to traveling. Withholding all food and water at least 4 hours before a car trip can help or if needed Dramamine child sized dose does works for dogs.
Please note fee is due when you pick up your girl not before as we want to witness the breeding as fair to you.
Cash please unless we have agreed on pick of litter beforehand.
Our warranty for no charge for re- breeding if no pups but we will require a statement from your vet when she is about 9 weeks along thus due to have pups as you should know by then if there are not going to be pups. we've had add this requirement as some folks have tried for a free re-breeding only to have the kids or someone let it slip how nice the pups or we found out otherwise. I guess this goes along with all the scammers that have come out of the woodwork for about anything. I truly hate this request.... if you only have 1 the next re-breeding is half price. This needs to be restricted to one more breeding since some females may only have a pup or two every time and that is her egg production. the female determines the number of pups by her egg count with a normal breeding. Part of why we like to have at least two witnessed 'ties' to ensure all available eggs are fertilized.
we will re-breed a dog up to three times. past that it is likely something is wrong with the female. for the 2nd try we will ask you get a brucellosis test before hand just to eliminate that concern. our guy have been tested for brucellosis and herpes a a precaution. Please note warranty is on best effort basis as in life things can happen to dogs or people We will do our best to offer you an alternative if something has changed to our or the dogs status. Typically dogs are 6 months between cycles. Some individuals may be 8 months to a year between. For dogs that had pups the last cycle it can be the normal 6 months to 6 months from whelping or from weaning. Once she has established her 'cycle' that will likely be her routine for life
At times we have more request for pups that we can help folks with. With your permission we can let folks know you have pups
For those new to breeding we can help walk you through what to expect during pregnancy and rearing of pups