Siberian Husky Questions

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Siberian Husky Questions

A Visitor asked the following question on 12/3/2004
Today I tried mating my male siberian with a friend female siberian. She is in heat and he mounted her several times but how can I tell if he actually penetrated her? Because it didn't seem like he actually did anything. Is there any signs to tell wheather or not it worked? Also is there any stategies I should know when breeding him? For example in a yard or in a small room? Should they be left alone or supervised?

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12/7/04 Breeding purebred dogs should not be taken lightly. There are many things to consider to produce happy, healthy puppies with good temperaments. To be responsible in breeding purebreds, you should find out what hereditary diseases are common in your breed and have your dogs tested at the appropiate ages. How old are the dogs you are trying to breed? Many hereditary diseases are not detectable until the dogs are at least 2 years old. Is this the first time for both of them? When dogs breed, the become "tied", meaning that they are stuck together for 10 - 25 minutes. If this did not happen, then they did not "breed". Breedings should be supervised, especially with first time dogs, they can actually hurt eachother if not. Please do your homework on breeding. It sounds like this litter could be in trouble if you don't. There are so many problems that can occur in the whelping of puppies, the mother and puppies health and lives could be in jeopardy if not handled properly. Please visit the Sheri
Bralin Siberian Huskies
12/7/04 Please visit the AKC website and the Siberian Husky Club of America website for information about responsible breeding practices. Sheri
Bralin Siberian Huskies
4/6/05 That's not all! Next is being responsible for those puppies. Do you care where they go? DO you care who adopts them? Never sell your puppies to a pet store. The pet store is in it for money-you, as a breeder, should not be. If they are AKC, you must mark them for identifying purposes. As they start to grow up, they'll be a handful. You have to socialize them and teach them. You are the first trainer and the most important human in that huskies life. It is now up to you that these huskies get proper care and proper homes. Shelly
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