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mikegillam wrote:If your dog successfully mated with the female, and during this same heat period he is taking her to a new stud, you will never know the father of the dogs. Because females release multiple eggs, they can be impregnated by multiple dogs at the same time ...one of the reasons you keep your female locked up during breeding. It sounds as if she may have been on the tail end (pun intended) of her cycle...
Boocephus wrote:Ok, I have another question, my friend brought his other female chocolate lab down for a session. They hooked up twice. Yesterday she had her litter. 2 pups. As I stated earlier my dogs 8 years old. 9 in 2 weeks. Is it possible hes losing his potency or was this just a fluke, last year this 3 year old female had 11 pups. Also we had an agreement prior to any contact for payment as pick of the litter for me. Now that she only had 2 pups he wants me to give him some money. $150. This dont seem right to me or is this the way it goes. Thanks in advance for any feedback.
That's the chance a bitch owner takes - you did your part
HNTFSH wrote:Boocephus wrote:Ok, I have another question, my friend brought his other female chocolate lab down for a session. They hooked up twice. Yesterday she had her litter. 2 pups. As I stated earlier my dogs 8 years old. 9 in 2 weeks. Is it possible hes losing his potency or was this just a fluke, last year this 3 year old female had 11 pups. Also we had an agreement prior to any contact for payment as pick of the litter for me. Now that she only had 2 pups he wants me to give him some money. $150. This dont seem right to me or is this the way it goes. Thanks in advance for any feedback.
HNTFSH wrote:I've always been told the Stud fee = price of one pup. Whether 2 pups or 12 - the first one sold is your money. That's the chance a bitch owner takes - you did your part (so to speak). Your friend sounds like a backyard breeder.
i_willie12 wrote:HNTFSH wrote:I've always been told the Stud fee = price of one pup. Whether 2 pups or 12 - the first one sold is your money. That's the chance a bitch owner takes - you did your part (so to speak). Your friend sounds like a backyard breeder.
Every stud fee ive heard of is 1 pup is a litter!! my fee is 1 pup equals a litter Know a lady that paid $3k for some chopper semen... had 9 pups spoken for at $2500 a piece... 1 pup was born!!!!! Its a gamble
HNTFSH wrote:i_willie12 wrote:HNTFSH wrote:I've always been told the Stud fee = price of one pup. Whether 2 pups or 12 - the first one sold is your money. That's the chance a bitch owner takes - you did your part (so to speak). Your friend sounds like a backyard breeder.
Every stud fee ive heard of is 1 pup is a litter!! my fee is 1 pup equals a litter Know a lady that paid $3k for some chopper semen... had 9 pups spoken for at $2500 a piece... 1 pup was born!!!!! Its a gamble
Yep!! Not like the person with the bitch pays a Stud fee of 3X or 4X when it's a large litter!
Dawnsearlylight wrote:HNTFSH wrote:Boocephus wrote:Ok, I have another question, my friend brought his other female chocolate lab down for a session. They hooked up twice. Yesterday she had her litter. 2 pups. As I stated earlier my dogs 8 years old. 9 in 2 weeks. Is it possible hes losing his potency or was this just a fluke, last year this 3 year old female had 11 pups. Also we had an agreement prior to any contact for payment as pick of the litter for me. Now that she only had 2 pups he wants me to give him some money. $150. This dont seem right to me or is this the way it goes. Thanks in advance for any feedback.
I've always been told the Stud fee = price of one pup. Whether 2 pups or 12 - the first one sold is your money. That's the chance a bitch owner takes - you did your part (so to speak). Your friend sounds like a backyard breeder.[/quote
And he's not the only one, takes two to make a backyard breeding.
Boocephus wrote:Backyard breeder? Ouch. I just want a pup. Well I guess your right, it was in my backyard. Im just wondering whats the right thing to do here, and if my dogs losing his potency.
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