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Name: sue
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i have an 11 month old bull terier bitch she is due for her second season soon but she keeps humping my other bitch,its all the time. do you think its ok to breed her on her next season she would be just over twelve months
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Name: lynn | Date: May 3rd, 2006 1:26 PM
yea i think that would be fine 

Name: mike | Date: Jun 18th, 2006 9:11 PM
have a male pittbull looking to breed 

Name: yvonne | Date: Jun 21st, 2006 12:00 PM
as long as shes over 12 month she should be ok i ve just bred one of mine and shes 15 month good luck with the nyphamania it is normal 

Name: Perriann | Date: Sep 9th, 2006 5:40 AM
Please, no! I have done years of research on this. It is best to wait until the bitch is about two years old. Doing it any sooner may hurt or even kill your dog. Yes, people have done it since the beginning of time, but that doesn't mean it's good. Not to mention you still should get health tests done to make sure your dog is a good, healthy representative of the breed. There are many, many purebred dogs out there with papers that should not breed because of problems that can't be seen with the naked eye. For example, hip dysplasia, luxating patellas, kidney disease, etc. \

Are you planning on showing your dog? Is it papered? Have you done health tests yet? What about temperament tests? Is this bitch an excellent example of the breed? (I don't mean does she look good, I mean if you took her to be shown, could she possibly have a shot at winning, or would she blend into the background) I am not trying to be mean, but there are too many people breeding dogs that make the lines worse instead of better, and even if the dogs are sweet, smart, great, if they have physical defects, then the most unselfish thing to do would be to spay them.

I see bull terriers in shelters here all the time. It's sad that so many people get them and then end up putting them in the pound. Another thing to consider is that you should have a long list of people, preferably with deposits, waiting for puppies before you even breed. This way, you will have a better chance of getting good homes for your dogs instead of just people who won't understand that a dog is a fifteen year commitment. And then you won't have to worry about them when they're turning eight weeks old and you need homes. 

Name: michael | Date: Sep 22nd, 2006 4:20 AM
i think you should 

Name: HateBackyardBreeders | Date: Oct 13th, 2006 5:01 PM
What makes you think you are qualified to breed a dog if you have to come on here and ask that question? Do the world a favor and get her spayed. 


Name: candy | Date: Oct 17th, 2006 2:36 AM
My oppion is to wait untill she is three or at least closeing in on three. The more time you allow her bones to grown the better she will beable to birth. But anyhoo, if you don't want to wait that long I would wait at least till the third heat. 

Name: Tiffany_SPCA | Date: Oct 17th, 2006 4:41 AM
No. You should wait at least until 2 years and even then you should get the proper health certifications and temperment tests. 

Name: Pitluv | Date: Oct 20th, 2006 12:28 AM
How about you dont breed your girl. Especially if you are on a website asking for advice. Take a trip to your local shelter and look at all of the dogs that need homes. Can you actually feel good that by having a litter of pups you are condeming dogs to death? Seriously, take a moment and think about it. 

Name: Hiddy | Date: Oct 20th, 2006 3:12 AM
Dog breeders, every idiot thinks their one 

Name: antoine | Date: Oct 21st, 2006 11:54 PM
yes i thank u should beeder 

Name: rob | Date: Sep 10th, 2009 5:09 AM
im trying to breed sold bull terriers 

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