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People like this page and then call me a scam because I don't respond to your comments on posts. I am a breeder. I spend all of my time learning pedigrees, going over dogs, talking and learning from those in my breed and those outside it. I raise each litter as if I gave birth to them and spend an equal amount of time finding them loving forever homes. I only put puppies on this planet that I think will be the healthiest (mentally and physically) and nicest examples of their breed. I support each family who choses one of my puppies or uses my stud services and let them know they are now a part of our extended family. I support my breed in rescue and education. It only takes one look at my website to see how much I care and how I feel breeders should not hide behind closed door and not share their knowledge but open the book and lead by example and share knowledge and understanding. I hold all my dogs when they arrive and leave this world, not only my own, but my brethren in the fancy. The price I charge for my puppies is a figure of my choosing, yes I may charge more than others but it is ultimately your choice if you want to rehome a dog from me or not. Yes there are dogs in shelters all over the country from over breeding and I get asked all the time why I feel it is acceptable for me to breed the dogs I do. My answer to this is short and simple and for which some will agree and some will disagree. I breed a different type of dog, I do not breed Staffordshire bull terriers, mastiffs, Rottweilers or similar over bred breeds. My breed is not your every day breed. How many pugs do you see in animal shelters? This is because a lot of money and thought is invested in the purchase of a pug and very rarely is just purchased on a whim. The breed you choose needs to be suitable for your lifestyle. Myself suffering with two chronic health conditions would mean 95% of breeds in shelters would not be suitable for me. This is why I turned to this breed. As with all breeds they come with some health conditions, I do my upmost to breed out and health test for some of these conditions as best I can. This does not mean I can rule out these conditions but I can lessen the chances. None of my dogs suffer in any shape or form and love life to the max. Most of the time many of the dogs i breed are already reserved before they take their first breath.
I will not be ashamed of who I am, I work hard at being a good dog person and encouraging others to be the same and if I can be an example to others and reduce the number of back door breeders then that makes me proud. I spend hours upon hours responding to hundreds of calls, emails and messages every month mainly with guidance and mentoring of which I give my time freely. I am a breeder and I am proud of it
I am only one person, not a whole team. I have over 20,000 social media followers and receive over 50,000 website visits a year. I receive a tremendous amount of comments on all of my photos on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram, for this reason I struggle to keep track of them all. If you are interested in puppies or have stud enquiries or need any guidance on pug care please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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The term 'swimmer' is used to describe a puppy that paddles his legs much like a turtle, but is unable to stand. A puppy should be standing and walking by three weeks of age. As a result of weak muscles in the rear limbs, swimmers are generally unable to stand at the normal age.
What are the symptoms?
The only symptom of a swimmer puppy is his inability to stand or walk by the normal age of three weeks. The puppy will instead lay on his chest and paddle his feet as if attempting to swim in a turtle-like fashion.
What are the risks?
Most swimmer puppies will recover with time. The condition may, however, have an inherited characteristic.
What is the management?
Slippery floors may worsen, or in some cases, may even cause swimmer puppies. This is not always the case, because swimmer puppies are also seen when a rough surface is used for raising puppies. In any event, an affected puppy should be placed on a rough rather than slippery surface.
Puppies should not become overweight, as this may further the weakness in the rear limbs. Most swimmer puppies will develop to normal functioning by eight weeks of age, if treated early and placed on flooring with good traction.
Since there may be a hereditary component to this condition, dogs who were swimmer puppies would not be optimal breeding animals.
If you own an unspayed bitch, there is a possibility, albeit slim, that she might experience a phantom pregnancy at some point. A phantom pregnancy is when a bitch behaves to all intents and purposes as if she is pregnant, which may involve both behavioural and physical changes, when it is impossible for her to have conceived. This condition does not occur in spayed bitches, and is not hugely common even in unspayed bitches, but is something that owners of unspayed bitches should nevertheless be aware of.
Identifying a phantom pregnancy
If your unspayed bitch appears to be displaying the signs of a phantom pregnancy, the first step to take is to consider carefully if there is any likelihood at all that the pregnancy might be genuine. Work out when her last season was, and think carefully about the possibility that she might have gained access to an un-neutered male dog, such as if you lost her for a short period of time or if she came into contact with an entire male dog. You might also wish to have your vet perform a physical examination and possibly, an ultrasound scan, just to be sure.
If you are totally sure that your bitch cannot genuinely be pregnant but is behaving oddly, the symptoms of a phantom pregnancy can include:
Why might a bitch undergo a phantom pregnancy?
An unspayed bitch’s lifecycle is managed by her hormones, and the same hormones that bring her into season also fuel the inherent desire in the unspayed bitch to breed and produce a litter.
If she undergoes a season without becoming pregnant, generally the hormone levels that prime her body and emotions for breeding will naturally drop off as part of the cycle until the lead up to her next season. However, in some cases, this can take longer than usual to happen, triggering the evolutionary desire and expectation in the bitch to give birth to young. Bitches that have already had one or more litters are more likely to be prone to phantom pregnancies than bitches that have never been bred, but the condition is not exclusive to bitches that have already reproduced.
Diagnosing a phantom pregnancy
While your bitch’s phantom pregnancy will ultimately run its course and her hormone levels will return to normal along with your bitch, a phantom pregnancy can be stressful for both the bitch and the owner. It is important to get your bitch checked out by the vet in case there is any other underlying problem causing the condition, and to ensure for definite that there is no genuine pregnancy involved. Your vet will usually perform a blood test and possibly a urinalysis to look for the hormones that indicate a genuine pregnancy, and possibly perform an x-ray or ultrasound to look for puppies and potentially any unusual growths or infections that might be triggering hormonal changes leading to the phantom pregnancy.
Dealing with a phantom pregnancy
There is a limited amount of ways in which you can deal with a phantom pregnancy that is already underway, and the condition will usually go away on its own as your bitch’s hormone levels change and return to normal. However, a bitch that has undergone one phantom pregnancy is exponentially more likely to go through the same process again with future seasons, and as bitches come into season once or twice a year and the phantom pregnancy may run on a lot longer, this can prove to be a recurring problem for dog and owner.
Spaying the bitch will of course resolve the problem, and if you are not intending to use your bitch for breeding, there is of course no good reason not to have her spayed as early as possible! One of the main problems of a phantom pregnancy can be milk production, which can be fairly copious. Your bitch may lick her nipples, which will stimulate milk production and increase hormone levels too, so preventing your bitch from doing this by means of a buster collar or putting your bitch in a t-shirt may help to shorten the length of the phantom pregnancy.
If the phantom pregnancy goes on for a long time or is particularly problematic, your vet may recommend a hormonal treatment to dry up her milk production and counteract the effect of the female hormones that are leading to the generation of the false pregnancy symptoms.
1. You need to be patient. You should have really good nerves. You need patience the most when bitch is whelping, with some of the fellow breeders, puppy owners. Without a patience you can´t build up a sussecful long lasting breeding program. Sometimes you need to build things for generations and lack of patience would be bad news.
2. You need to be strong enough. You must believe about what you are doing. You must stand often for yourself and for your dogs. You must strongly believe about what your are doing if you want to breed good dogs in a long run. If you want to create a line and do something out of ordinary you will not give up easily. You need also strenght with your dogs as you must be the leader of the pack in all occasions.
3. You must be humble. In dog breeding you deal all the time with living and feeling things. There will be conctant dissapointments and tears. You must be humble to deal with all of that. You must learn there are things you can´t control. You must learn to live with it and to learn from that. Without a humble attitude it is not really possible to be great breeder and learn.
4. You need lot of respect. Breeding dogs is about learning the tradition of your breed and about breeding. There have been talented and intelligent people before you doing this. You need to respect that history. You need the respect to learn form the pioneers and people before you. You need also respect the mother nature and dogs themselves.
5. You need a good sence of humour. The road you have chosen will be full of surprises, challengies and disapointments. The best way to cope with all that is humoúr. There will be days nothing went as you planned. There will be moments your best furnitures or shoes has been eaten. Only way you can deal with all of this is to be able to laugh. This quality will also help you to attract right people near you. Positive state of mind is very helpful in life in general but specially so in dog breeding.
6. You must be able to share things. If you do not know how to share you will end up as a lonely breeder. Lonely breeder can only do limited things. As you share you will do co-operation. Other breeders and your best puppy buyers will take you to the next level. Dog breeding is about give and take. You will not get anything special back if you do not share something special yourself.
7. You must be ready to learn and you should love to learn. Dog breeding is about learning. You must develop your personal know how all the times. In dog breeding you will never be ready. You must learn and more your learn – more changes you have.
8. Be always yourself and about what you really are. Dogs have always straight forward attitude and they are honest. Dogs and people hate pretenders. You can get best out of your dogs only if being just yourself. This way you will gain the respect. This is best way to gain respect also from the people around you. In dog breeding you will need this.
9. As a breeder you must know how to relax. Being a dog breeder means you will meet lot of stress. Dog breeding include sleepless nights. Dog breeding means working for long hours and there will be plenty of stressful moments. You really can´t cope with that all in a long run if you do not know how to let go every now and then.
10. Dog breeder need to know how to see and keep things in right perspective. After the passionate and often very sensitive begin you need to grow up slowly and surely. Soon you must see things in right light. You need to grow up as a breeder and find the right balance between the rational thinking and feelings. Great breeder will have the right perspective toward dogs, breeding, breeders, judges and puppy bueyrs. Most of all breeder need also perspective how to deal with life, work, family, home and dogs. So that there will be a right balance.
11. A true breeder has creativity. You must be inspirational and you must have a good imagination. You need to iamgine lot of things in your mind. How will the future puppies look like. How to create vitality and how to find it. Any of that is not possible without imagination and creativity.
Being a dog breeder is not only about dogs. To be a breeder means the breeder should have sudden mental qualities to be able to manage. The World of dog breeding is very challenging indeed and it takes a lot of capasity to do it in a long run.
Did you know The "BARF" diet, an acronym for Biologically Appropriate Raw Food or Bones And Raw Food. For a natural diet, cooking the meat or offal is not necessary, this would only ensure the loss of valuable ingredients.
What benefits are there to feeding the natural way?
Nikita Hirst Registered Kennel Club Pug Breeder Affix SweetPeaPug
There are so many out there you could never keep up and list them all. Below is a find example of a website that sells pedigree certificates that seem quite harmlessly genuine but don't let the fancy website fool you. These are not the Kennel Club! They advertise all over Google to reel you in this is NOT the Kennel Club http://www.kennelreg.org.uk/ Its not worth the paper it is written on.
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