FREQUENT ASKED QUESTIONS
How much are your puppies? - They range from $2000.00 and up depending on the breeding.
How Often do you have pups available? 1-2 times a year. Sometime less.
How do they get so big? - It's all in their genetics. These dogs have nearly 10 Generations of Bullies in their pedigrees.
What color are your dogs? - We mainly have blue nose blue dogs. We also have fawns and white dogs with blue markings (piebalds) occasionally.
I have a stud that I would like to breed, or a puppy for sale. Do you know anyone that is interested? You can post the info and pictures on the Monster G Line message board
Do you ship your dogs? Yes, we ship to anywhere in the US.
Where are you located? In Pittsburgh Pennsylvania.
What bloodlines are your dogs? We breed New Troijan - the foundation is Greyline. We also breed Monster G Line - the foundation is Greyline, New Troijan, and Razors Edge.
How big do your dogs get? Our females range from 65 - 85 lbs, our males range from 85-95 lbs.
FREQUENT ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT BREEDING
How old does my dog have to be before they can be bred? Please answer for both males and females.
Typically, males reach sexual maturity
before females, meaning some males can sire a litter when they are six
months old or less. Females take a little longer to mature. But the
best answer to this question is to wait until both are fully mature so
you can assess their physical traits and find the best mate to breed
away from any faults. You should also wait for your dog to fully mature
so that you can perform any necessary health checks on them to make
sure that they won't pass on any heritable diseases or conditions.
Should all females be bred once?
No, this is a fallacy. A female dog does
not need to be bred. And, if you don't plan on breeding your dog, early
spaying can help reduce the occurrence of various forms of cancer.
Does breeding a female make her more docile?
No, breeding or raising puppies has no permanent effect on the female's temperament.
What do the terms line breeding, inbreeding, outcrossing mean?
The terms line breeding, inbreeding and
outcrossing refer to different ways breeders plan breedings in order to
produce quality puppies and breed out physical faults. For more
information, please read the article "Planning a Breeding."
I have a male dog. How do I get people to breed their females to him?
This is a question many people have when
they want to breed their males. Some people even call people up and ask
them to breed their females to their dog because they have a nice dog.
There are many factors that partake in the breeding process, so this is
not a good choice in finding a lady mate for your stud. The best way to
get your dog out there and recognized as a stud is advertisement.
Knowledgeable people like to see health testing, titles, or even
programs like the Performance or Merit Sire program. Make sure to list
his health testing, show information, hunt information, pictures,
pedigrees, programs, or any sort of information one would need or want
in preparing breeding information. Basic places to advertise would be
newspapers, magazines through an organization, a breeders list, and
websites. Some people even post articles at their local pet store.
Is it OK to do a brother/sister breeding?
It is generally not a good idea. A
brother/sister breeding is considered inbreeding. While it can be used
in some cases to solidify certain traits in the puppies, it also can
reinforce faults that can be very hard to eliminate for generations.
When is a female too old to be bred? Male?
The watchword in this instance is
condition, meaning the physical condition of the female. If an older
female still has regular seasons and is in excellent physical
condition, she may be able to withstand the rigors of carrying a litter
and nursing the puppies. It would be wise to get the opinion of your
veterinarian before such an undertaking.
Males can sire a litter as senior citizens
and don't have to worry about things like nursing puppies. However,
before breeding to a senior dog it would be wise to get him tested by
your vet and getting his opinion.
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