Breeding” is another one of those “dog terms” that is used 95% of the time incorrectly! The dictionary defines “breeding” as; “produce young creatures” or “keep animals so as to produce young ones from them” This means that anyone that owns a female dog, from which they obtain puppies, is a “breeder”.
So for the purpose of this article let us assume that by “breeding” we are referring to the mating of two dogs resulting in a litter of puppies. This is a simple statement. From this statement we then have to ask ourselves a very simple question: WHY DO YOU WANT TO BREED YOUR DOG?
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