Breeding

Continued

Today, we will continue making some more general remarks on this matter of breeding companion animals.  Although it is more directed to so-called breeders who actually mate dogs to make dollars, the advice contained in today’s column is valid for the family that wishes to experience the process of reproduction and birth.  The fact that some beautiful puppies can emerge from a sensible mating regime is a meaningful bonus.  Also, I might add that prospective puppy owners should not, in this ‘hard guava season,’  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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