Breed. Spay. Neuter.

21 Apr 2014 4:37 PM | Anonymous member
Breed To Improve
Breeding should only be done for the advancement of the breed. If you are thinking about breeding your dog, consult your breeder for advice. Consider all the consequences-and expenses-of breeding a litter before you do so. Consult AKC publications for more information as well.
Spay or Neuter

The Cascade Northwest Bullmastiff Club joins the AKC in encouraging pet owners to spay or neuter their dogs as a responsible means to prevent accidental breeding resulting in unwanted puppies.
Contain Bitches in Heat

If your female dog goes into heat, or season, make sure to keep her properly secured. Males can sense a female in heat up to five miles away. An accessible bitch in heat can lead to unplanned breedings, not to mention fights among dogs frantic to get to her.
Perform Genetic Screening

If you plan to breed your dog, it is very important to test for health and disease. Perform all available tests to rule out the possibility of passing on a genetic defect.

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