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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 07-30-2019, 12:15 PM Thread Starter
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Agree to breed the female just to get her

Okay I'm on the fence. I have a chance to get a very nice DDR AKC female with the agreement to breed her when she is ready with one of his males and then he would get part of the litter this would happen once then no more breeding. Now I was a breeder of Wolf Hybrids for 17 years so I have an Idea of what to do and expect but am I being selfish or Irisponsible just to get a good GSD she is the pup on the right your thoughts please
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post #2 of 25 (permalink) Old 07-30-2019, 12:27 PM
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Bred at a certain age no matter what? What if she has dysplasia or serious temperament problems? Still bred to fulfill the contract?

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Yes I know that's what is going through my head as well obviously I would not allow that and pay full price for the pup that would be the right thing to do
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Just because I like giving out 2 free pennies every so often and no other reason/ have no business answering this, your need to know first would be:

Health tests and what and who pays for those tests

Works their dogs?

Do they insist that she be tested and trained/worked. Temperament.

At what age heat cycle do they want her bred

What are their breeding goals

Are they well respected/known

Who pays for vet visits.

Does she stay with them at or just before welping or with you.


Will the breeder be ethical enough to wash her out of her breeding program
if she is not a good prospect and will she still honor that you hold ownership free of charge?

and lastly, if she is to welp with you, (not sure using the welp term right) are you really up for 8weeks worth of 8-10 (maybe less) puppy shannigans?

That’s what I would want to make sure of if it were me.

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I personally prefer a dog without strings attached.
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post #7 of 25 (permalink) Old 07-30-2019, 12:44 PM
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IMO, that puppy is too young to know if she’s breed worthy. I believe you should only breed to better the breed...and you simply don’t know that information yet. He doesn’t sound like a very responsible person to make that demand.
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I think you really need to trust the person in order to do a breeding agreement or co-own. There is a breeding agreement on my young female but I KNOW and trust her the breeder. I know that even if things went south in our friendship she would still do right by the contract, the dog and me. You need to be sure of that.

If you do it, make sure everything is in writing to protect her and to stipulate titling, health testing, etc. It might be just a bloodline he doesn't want to lose.



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If there isn’t any health testing going on for sire and dam, HD, Ed, DM save your money to pay for one who does, save yourself grief, walk away.
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Thank you very much for your thoughts this is a great sight. I could handle the pups and I agree I always bred to better my lineage and I would write up the agreement and she would only breed if she was a quality dog and after 2 years or later if I didn't think she was ready and yes he is a quality breeder. I just don't want to get back into breeding again and as soon as the pups came I'm afraid I would be HOOKED this is a one and done deal............ YA RIGHT lol
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