by walkawhilefarm on 04 February 2020 - 18:02
I have to agree with others on this subject. Breeding needs to be taken very seriously for many reasons. I also agree that breeding him could cause changes in him. For example.. I have one male after I bred him the very first time he later started to ejaculate at different times even when there were no females around in heat. Sorta like he was being deprived even though he wasn’t. He also got very emotional and would get agitated. He also started howling day and night when there is a female around in heat. I have other males they were the same after. You just don’t know how it will effect them. Not trying to say don’t but, a lot of thought needs to go into this decision. Not to mention the expense of having your dog health tested before ever breeding him.