There is so much joy when welcoming new puppies, but it is also a ton of work. I absolutely love breeding even with all the struggles it comes with. For those that are considering breeding, please do your research and speak with breeders. This is not for someone looking to make money, as it cost a lot of money to breed correctly,
I am more than happy to work with those that are interested in breeding. I can be there via phone, text, or in person to help.
Becoming a breeder I thought I saw it all, as my family has been doing this for years before me. Well I was completely wrong, I still had a lot more to learn and go through. No one can prepare you for what can go wrong, thankfully I work very close with my vet and she helped in my times of need. Personally, I had one puppy stuck as the mom stopped contracting, a surprise litter, one puppy born of a litter on 9 (rest came via C-Section), bottling feeding every 2 hours, having to help pull puppy out, helping mom by breaking the sack and cutting the cord. Most of the time Dams are amazing and have no problems, but you need to be prepare to assist.
I am very proud to say I have two litters within 5 days of each other, and they both had there struggles but all 15 puppies survived. With all the struggles I faces, they all did better than my vet's expected as the first 2 weeks are very
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