Is the joy of breeding your own show dog good?
The Joy of Breeding your Own Show Dog In my opinion this book by noted Yorkshire Terrier breeder and elegant lady, Ms Ann Serrane, has been the very best guide to breeding I have ever seen or read. It is very comprehensive and gives the good, as well as, the bad of breeding dogs, the great rewards and the biggest problems and what to expect.
When to get a dog from a co-owner?
This MALE pup/dog shall be available for stud at ANY RESONABLE time whenever the breeder Emails, Calls or asks through Face Book. It shall be up to the Breeder/1st co-owner to retrieve the dog and up to the Co-Owner to go get the dog. a.)
Which is the best book for breeding dogs?
Excellent resource for dog breeders! The Joy of Breeding your Own Show Dog In my opinion this book by noted Yorkshire Terrier breeder and elegant lady, Ms Ann Serrane, has been the very best guide to breeding I have ever seen or read.
Who is the first owner of a dog?
This pup is being bought and Co-Owned with Lois Schwarz, in which Lois Schwarz is the first and Legal owner of the following pup/dog until the terms of this contract are met.
Can you call a breeder and ask for a show dog?
You can’t call a breeder and tell them you want a show dog right now and expect to get one. Most breeders aren’t going to give a show dog to someone they just met. You’re asking for their cream of the crop and if they have no idea who you are, your chances of getting a dog that can compete in dog shows are slim to none.
Do you have to pay for a dog show?
Some responsible dog breeders may be fine with that while others will only allow a dog to go to a “show” home. Expect to pay a bit more for a show pup as it’s considered quality breeding stock. Don’t like the word breeding stock? Get use to it or don’t get a show dog. It’s a common term used in the dog show world and so is bitch.
Can a dog be registered in an AKC show?
They will often be sold on a limited registration, which means they can participate in all AKC events except conformation (the 50-cent word for “dog shows”), and their offspring cannot be registered. With show prospects, contracts can vary significantly, depending on the breeder’s desired level of involvement.
What do you need to know about a breeder contract?
Most breeder contracts will make a distinction between a puppy that is “pet quality” versus “show quality” (or, more appropriately, “show potential,” since no breeder can predict with complete surety how a puppy will turn out). In terms of the contract, the distinction between pet and show hinges on the responsibilities attached to each.