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PostPosted: Sat Sep 26, 2009 9:38 pm Post subject: Breeding advice please - effects on our male pug Reply with quote

Hi everyone,

First of all - hello! <--Newbies here

We're looking for advice on breeding our male pug. We've had a look around the forum & found lots of advice for female pugs but not a great deal about males (if we've missed anything then please direct us!). He's 4 years old, has never mated before & has a really good temperament. He's certainly not a 'humper'!

I'd like to know what effects there are when using male pugs as studs - does it change them a lot, does it affect their personality or temper?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated. We've been approached by an owner with a female pug looking to breed - it's certainly something we hadn't considered before, but want all the advice we can before coming to a decision.

Many thanks,
Joe & Diane Smile
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 26, 2009 10:15 pm Post subject: Re: Breeding advice please - effects on our male pug Reply with quote

I would definitely advise against breeding your male pet.  There was a woman on here a year or so ago whose male pug ended up with an STD from being bred to a female that belonged to someone else, and I've heard from breeders that stud dogs often become hard to control.  Personally I don't believe in breeding unless it's to better the breed.  Both dogs should be checked for hip and eye issues, and should be evaluated by someone who shows in the AKC for conformation.  If you decide to do it make sure you have a contract and make sure the female has been checked for STDs (get it in writing from the vet, don't take their word on it).  Make sure the breeder is reputable and knows what he/she is doing.  Is their dog registered?  Have they had a litter before?  Pugs are notoriously bad whelpers.  Are they going to pay you a stud fee or a puppy?  If they plan on giving you a puppy what happens if none of the litter lives? (that's more common than you'd think) What if the breeding doesn't take?  I know that sounds like a lot, but I've been here a couple of years and I've heard a lot of horror stories-- granted mostly they're from people with females,  but you have to be careful with males too.  

Anyway welcome to the forum-- I'm glad you came here to do your homework before you rushed into anything.  We love pictures, and we'd love to see your boy.
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 12:53 am Post subject: Re: Breeding advice please - effects on our male pug Reply with quote

We have a male who has not been bred, but was collected by his breeder before coming to us, and judging by his behavior, I would say NEUTER your male and leave the breeding to the pros!

He humps everything, including the air, and has an attitude. He really is feeling his oats and will challenge our other intact male for space, food and the girls, who are all spayed! Not to mention the MARKING he tries to do!! Shocked


There is a great article here as well about breeding, it is a sticky in the breeding section, please take the time to read it!!
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 12:54 am Post subject: Re: Breeding advice please - effects on our male pug Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 4:35 pm Post subject: Re: Breeding advice please - effects on our male pug Reply with quote

Well, like Shirley said, if you don't object to living with a dog that pees all over the furniture, and perhaps even on your or your guests's legs, who tries to run off every time you open a door, trying to get to that bitch in season down the street, and who cops an attitude with every other male dog he meets, and tries to mount every bitch he meets, as well as your or your guests's legs, breed him!

This is life with a stud dog, and I would advise against trying it.
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 7:30 pm Post subject: Re: Breeding advice please - effects on our male pug Reply with quote

Alot of males when they first breed they lift their legs up onto everything
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