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how to find a good stud to breed to my dog??

peppy85
December 12th, 2004, 01:00 PM
im looking into getting my blue heeler breed but im picky about who i breed to her.

Sneaky2006
December 12th, 2004, 01:13 PM
You're not going to get a good response about breeding your dog, especially considering your dog is aggressive, why on earth would you want to breed her?

Sheriffmom
December 12th, 2004, 01:33 PM
Most ppl on this site are if not against breeding, at least extreamly picky on who is considered a "responsible" breeder. If your pup is agressive, it is probably not the best to be breeding her. Also, how old is your pup? What heat cycle is she in? Has she been genetic tested? Vet checked for all forms of problems? Why are you breeding her? What will you do with her pups? What about the ones that don't sell?
As a forewarning, just like Sneaky said, you will probably not get the warmest reception to this question.

Lucky Rescue
December 12th, 2004, 01:42 PM
No one who has a champion stud would ever think of allowing him to breed with a dog who is not also a champion in something,(performance, conformation, etc) and who has not been tested and cleared against all genetic defects common to this breed.

Has your dog done and had all that?

glasslass
December 12th, 2004, 02:00 PM
I believe Peppy85 has already answered the question of what will happen to the pups in another thread defending petstores getting pups from BYB's, even stating his/her mom sells her boxers to petstores. Apples don't fall far from their tree! :mad:

BMDLuver
December 13th, 2004, 10:41 PM
Why are your horses gelded? Could it be that they are not stud quality? This same theory applies to dogs.. think about it. So many unwanted animals in this world, why add to the population and breed an agressive dog.

Lucky Rescue
December 13th, 2004, 10:46 PM
yeah ausi/cattle dog their not they same they look different personality,they bark more,more hyper,coat is different,

Really? That's strange, since a "Blue Heeler" IS an Aussie Cattle dog. You are breeding and didn't know that? :confused:

The term: "Australian Cattle Dog" (ACD) is the official (American Kennel Club) breed name for a dog also called: "Blue Heeler, Red Heeler, and Queensland Heeler".

There are quite a few needing homes in Michigan, including this poor girl who desperately needs help.
Angus (http://www.petfinder.org/pet.cgi?action=2&pet=3658356&adTarget=468doggeneral&SessionID=41be5b450b210669-app2&display=&preview=&row=0&tmpl=&stat=)

acdlover
December 13th, 2004, 11:14 PM
Really? That's strange, since a "Blue Heeler" IS an Aussie Cattle dog. You are breeding and didn't know that? :confused:



[/URL]i think what peppy was talkin about was "aussi" as in australian shepard every one i know calls australian shepards aussis and australian cattle dogs blue heeler or red heeler
and personaly i dont think breeding your pet even once twice or however many times,is byb breeding ,if your careful who you sell to ,now its a different story if you let anyone buy the puppys.

heidiho
December 13th, 2004, 11:26 PM
Yeah right,WHY would you breed your dog KNOWING she is agrressive???????????????????????????????????????? ??????

peppy85
December 13th, 2004, 11:37 PM
first off i know what the hell im doing im going to sell them to friends at a few barns and stables that are looking for blue heelers,and the ones i dont sell i will keep one and other i will put up for adoption,as for her aggesiveness its in the breed you cant get around it and its not that bad only tords some animals never ppl,shes never attaked any thing, and i dont want to breed her to champion stud just a good dog blue heelers are not prissy little show dogs there working farm and herding dogs,and yes shes been veted, and shes 3yrs if you bother to read my signiture.my horses are gelded becuz their are so many quarter horse stallions out there.im breeding her cuz i have a list of ppl wanting pups from her.and this is for glassass,you saying im like my mother is an extereme insult i wont sell to anyone without going through questions and also id never sell to a store,most of them are supplyed by millsand they are horable dirty and discusting places,i only want one litter out of her then i will spay her i have talked to other ppl who breed blue heelers and they said every female they have bred has calmed down after breding and that is not why im breeding her,shes a beautiful dog great personality and loves ppl,i want a to find a male like that.

heidiho
December 13th, 2004, 11:43 PM
Jeez how many animals do you and your family breed????

Lucky Rescue
December 14th, 2004, 12:40 AM
my horses are gelded becuz their are so many quarter horse stallions out there

With 2,026 Aussie Cattle dogs/Blue Heelers "out there" homeless on Petfinder alone, do you really have to provide your neighbours with dogs by breeding yours?

And why would farmers want puppies from an animal aggressive dog?

You say you know what you're doing, yet seem to think that breeding her to a quiet and unaggressive dog is the answer, as though that will automatically mean the pups won't be aggressive.

I don't know much about genetics, but I'm not breeding my dog. I suggest you do more research before proceeding.

peppy85
December 14th, 2004, 12:49 AM
Jeez how many animals do you and your family breed????
my family doesnt bred any animals

peppy85
December 14th, 2004, 12:54 AM
With 2,026 Aussie Cattle dogs/Blue Heelers "out there" homeless on Petfinder alone, do you really have to provide your neighbours with dogs by breeding yours?

yeah ausi/cattle dog their not they same they look different personality,they bark more,more hyper,coat is different,and they arent as good around horses,ausis are nippyer around horses cattledogs arent.and i said they want a puppy from her specifically,a blue heeler not cross.there is nuthing wrong with ausi/cattledog crooses,i think their great dogs but thats not what they want.

BMDLuver
December 14th, 2004, 12:57 AM
For your information, I own an Australian Shepherd crossed with Bernese. She is totally Australian Shepherd. She came to me with 5 pups at her side. In no way, shape or form did this slow her down or change her temperament with regards to other animals. So don't kid yourself, it's not going to help and will probably add to the unwanted pet population.

Lucky Rescue
December 14th, 2004, 01:54 AM
acdlover, are you and peppy85 identical twins? Hmmmm....

And by the way, you are getting more and more confused. The post clearly says "Aussie CATTLE dog" and NOT "shepherd".

Thread locked.

meb999
December 14th, 2004, 02:50 AM
I doubt you'll find any information on who you should breed your dog with...I think the large majority of the people on this site are against BYB, even if it is just for friends, and just once.
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