What was the first breed of puppies on earth?
The true origins of the domesticated dog are somewhat open for debate. It is believed that they decended from the grey wolf as far back as 33,000 years ago.
The first breed of puppies were Paleolithic.It existed over 31,700 years ago.
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dog breeding . yes i am a dog breeder and yes they will and u can breed father and daughter too . u just can't breed sister and brother but yes they will b fine.
Answer . You have to be consistent. Continue to place them on the paper and when they relieve themselves, praise them. Also, leave the top paper for a short time because it has the "scent" on it from previous "duties" and that will encourage them to go back to that spot. Eventually, they should get the idea. Always put them on the paper after they wake up, after they're done eating and before bed. Placing them on the paper every hour or so also helps in the beginning.
your small dog should not have puppies if she is under the age of 2 or 3 only because there is a higher chance of her getting cancer!!!! And that woul'dn't be good! and also the pain and stress could be another thing for your small dog! And that could effect her to die!!! from the inticapation, stress ,pain and loss of puppies!!!! So wait hire a trasined breeder to help you!!! Puppies can also go for alot of money but yet again you'll have to pay $$$$$$$$ a bunch for all the pet bills before you can even sell them!!! And there's lots of other puppies out there that need a home!!!!! so think about that before breeding and possible making the wrong disicion you can ask me more question's any time email anytime @ email@example.com
Yes they are not the best with children but they are good with children over the age of 8mons.
Any toy or miniture breed,such as poodle, schnauzer,chihuahua,mini pincher,dashound,shitzu,pomerainian,spitz,lasoapso, that is just a few. I am sure there are more. dog.com is a retail site for anything concerning pets but they have a great rescue and breed area.
Clearly the one you get for free ..... your local animal welfare can assist you and often will look only for a donation.. In terms of purchasing a pure-bred puppy from a breeder, the breeder would dictate the price - and this would depend on supply/demand, how much he has spent in terms of showing his/her dogs, the cost of bringing in a particular sire and so on.. I would strongly recommend only going to a breeder who is registered and recommended by which ever dog overseeing body that is active in your country i.e. American Kennel Union, Kennel Union of South Africa and so on. Try not to purchase a puppy from a backyard breeder, as it only encourages them and often they breed purely for profit and the females/puppies are kept in appalling conditions - buying from them only continues to supply them with a market.
That is an opinion (But I think the answer is Yorkie). Everyone will have a different answer.
The sisters that are musicians and have their song on the disney channel have a shitzu puppy. Aly's puppy is named Roadie and AJ's puppy is named Willow.
The first canine on earth was the wolf. The first dog breed isthought to be the Husky, but no one is quite certain.
The horrible human beings that own puppy mills have one goal in mind- making money. They breed way too many puppies in cramped cages with little food or water just to sell as many as they can. If you know of a puppy mill, report them immediately- its illegal!
Nothing. Mixed breed dogs aren't worth anything on the open market. That doesn't mean they can't make lovely pets, but there are so very many mixed breed dogs available for free that there just is no market for them. The only reason shelters and rescues charge for them is to cover the costs of their health care and spay or neuter. So the purchase price of a rescue dog is nearly the same as the cost of getting a pet spayed or neutered.
the bigger the dog the more puppies it can have. smaller dogs like jack russles have around four pups whereas bigger dogs ie. boxers can produce around eight.
First - Vet visit. Shots and deworming. Crate so they have a safe place (a den) to sleep or to be safe when you cannot watch them 100%. This also aids greatly in house training. Toys - Nylabones and chew toys like kongs. Puppies love to chew, so give them something other than your shoes to chew on. Do NOT bring your puppy around unvaccinated dogs, the vets floor, the pet store floor or dog parks or they could be exposed to many illnesses that they are not protected against yet.
No it can be a lab and a chaihuahua and they can have pupies and it doesnt matter size shape color or age although if you mated say, a dalmation with a yorshire terrier, its most likely to kill the mother dog as the puppies inside her will make her burst. literally
You breed by getting a boy and a girl dog and let them play, then look at the face on the top screen and make them play till that has a huge grin then there you go
Look at it this way; If a Mexican woman (I am one), marries a Mexican man, they have Mexican children. If she then divorces the man and gets married again, but to a White guy. They have mixed racial children. The same woman then divorces the White guy and remarries. This time she married a Mexican man again. They have one child. That child is a Mexican child. Think of the pit-bull as the Mexican woman. R. Delgado
As far as I know, Cocker Spaniels aren't very expensive. But before you go spend all that, money, see if you can find one at the Humane Society. They are 80 dollars there and you would give a home to a homeless animal!
The breeds I've found out so far are:. Golden Retreiver. Labrodor. Yorkshire Terrier. Poodle. Husky. Boxer. Beagle. Pug. Alsation
no there isn't any FUN puppy breeding games I've been looking for yonks but there is this one but it is so boring showdog yes there is furry paws it is a game where you can breed buy sell loke after etc many breeds of dogs
In breeding can cause an awful lot of health problems in dogs, such as tumors, heart problems, and I heard of a couple of awful cases where a dog's skull was too small for it's brain. So, in short, you would be quite lucky if they were born normal.
apart from this being highly unethical the pups would be more prone to serious health problems and deformities
Unfortunately you cannot. The closest you can get is by going to the pound and buying a new puppy.
horses evolved around 7 million years ago and are were called hyracotherium type it in on google images to see what they looked like.
Male pups tend to sexually mature slightly later than females so about 7-10 months would be their developing time to adulthood. At about 1 year old your dog will be able to mate and breed but it is preferred that studs are older and fully matured before breeding should occur.
It's next to impossible to know for sure, depending on how many breeds are in the mix. You just have to figure out the best you can based on size, markings, and other breed characteristics like overall body shape, the type of coat, shape of the tail, etc. I've asked this question of vets several times over the years, and most of them just scratch their heads and suggest a breed or two, then admit that they really can't tell.
I would honestly recommend one of the more loyal breeds. Golden retrievers and labs are loyal hardy breeds that are determined to please their owners. I'd try to stay away from terrier breeds for they tend to be solitary and if you don't establish dominance over everything else you will end up with a snappy disobedient dog. Same with poodles and many of the small "toy" breeds.
Actually, it depends on what qualities you are looking for in a dog. Papillons and poodles are a nice breed and very smart.
15 minutes into the movie, my 3 y/o yelled, Momma, isn't like Sammy. Santa paws, like Sammy. Sam is our Great Pyrenees mix. He's an awesome dog. Amazing with kids. A lot of people who aren't familiar with the breed think he's a bit dense, but ti's quite the opposite. Although he was a stubborn little punk as a baby (we got him at 8 weeks, and 22lbs), he didn't potty train until he was good and ready, and he chewed up what ever he wanted to get attention, he has always been a great dog. As a herder by tradition, he has been known to stand in front of my sons. to prevent them from going into the kitchen (or what ever room they've been told 'no' for at the moment), to prevent them from coming in. And although he's almost pitiful while doing so, head down, tail down, in such a pitiful stance. He has bdeen known to literally lean over on them, until they fall down on their little diapered butts, to keep them out. He started sleeping on the foot of my bed when my husband first deployed to Afghanistan, and will lay there and willingly let me shuffle my feet under him, to keep them warm, with nothing more then a sigh. As a mix, he's only an 80lb baby. But i can't imagine any other dog, no matter the size, being such a loving, caring dog. Their hair, yeah, it's a pain in the butt, and they need a big yard/area to play, but they're amazing dogs!
Every type of dog that will sell can come from a puppy mill. Ensure you see the dog with its mother and preferably see Dad too. Never, ever buy from a pet shop or agent. Dont buy from someone telling you they are selling the pups for a 'family member'. A puppy mill seller will have all the right answers apart from the mother dog, and they often have lots of different breeds all on sale. An easy way to save wasting your time is when you call, just ask about 'the puppy' - if they ask 'what breed?' Hang up. Good luck.
You could do this, but if you are to do a DNA test, then you cannot do it if the puppy is only a few weeks old, perhaps you could do it if it was an age of adolescent, about 2 years, because the injection could shock the puppy, whereas if the dog is older, then it can handle it. :)
If your debating whether to get a dog or a cat, you need to know that cats go out during the day and are never around, but dogs never leave you. So pick the one that is more suitable for you. The best breed for a dog is probably either a labrador a westie or a springer spaniel. Very loyal dogs. I am not a fan of cats, therefore no nothing about them. But I'm sure if you Google it, something will come up.
There are a couple of reasons why: 1. They're cannibals. 2. They may not of recognized their child's scent (another way to deal with this is by abondoning them).
Foopets is for kids and has breeding but it is an awful site and requires real money.
Inbreeding is the breeding of close relatives not separated by more than one generation, such as brother to sister, father to daughter. This method is used to concentrate good qualities in the line but may also concentrate bad qualities. Only the most experienced breeders should be willing to attempt this method and be willing to make possible hard decisions with respect to the resulting puppies. Continual inbreeding should not be done. Linebreeding is a method that breeders will use to improve upon and try to eliminate structural and health problems from their dogs. It is the breeding together of dogs that have a well bred superior common ancestor who has attributes that the breeder is attempting to reproduce and improve upon in their own dogs. Things such as health, longevity of life, structure, movement and temperament of a dog that one is planning to linebreed on must be taken into account. Linebreeding is an attempt to concentrate the genetic contribution of an outstanding ancestor in the resulting offspring. If the dogs aren't stellar examples of their breed, you will be breeding inferior puppies that may have major health concerns. Long story short, you need to have both dogs you're considering breeding examined by your vet to rule out any health problems that could occur by breeding closely related dogs. Having a DNA test run (a simple blood test) is the best way of finding out what genetic diseases are being carried by the dogs, to ensure healthy puppies. Only after both dogs are cleared of genetic diseases, should they be bred.
Go to your library or bookstore and get a book on the AKC breeds. It will tell you about each breed and show pictures too. You also can look online too.
Never breed a puppy,if it is a girl wait until the 2nd or even the 3rd heat if it`s a boy wait until he`s a least 1 year old.
when they grow up they will look like a breed or if you need to know sooner you can do a dna test
For female dogs, it is around, 2years old, but for a male dog they can breed as early as 6 months
Sorry. There is no possible way you can breed puppies. People just make up lies. I wish I could and I cant. Two puppies cant have a puppy.
No one can tell you the breed of your dog without seeing a picture. Even so, it is hard to tell when your dog is still a puppy. Wait until your Dog is fully grown then take a picture and ask around. (I could give you a good idea of what breed it is if I could see a picture).
"Puppy farmers" or those who run puppy mills breed any breed of dog that is known as a fad or is the most popular among families. These includes Laboradors, Chihuahuas, Yorkies, etc.
The breed of dog can effect this greatly. If the dog is pregnant, she may give birth from anywhere from 1-16 puppies, with the average being 3-7
There are websites online, such as the related link below, in which you can look at pictures of what different breeds of dogs look like, and if the dog is not a mixed breed (two or more breeds in one dog), you can use the site to identify your dog's breed. With mixed breed dogs it is a bit more difficult, but you can look at the pictures on the site and see if the dog resembles any of them, which can be a clue to what breeds it might be.
Yes but its highly unrecommended. The same blood line like in humans can become defective.
kikaskleekai site deals with the Alaskan pup's. I hope you can adopt one from here.
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you could tell by its color ,the way of standing , and its eye color
Owners of puppy mills breed dogs to sell, in Singapore, they can sell for at least 800SGD per puppy. A female dog usually gives birth to at least 2 in a single birth. It is a lucrative business.
Teacup puppy breeds reflect some of the breeds observed in the larger dogs. For example, many popular dog breeds have teacup sub-breeds. For example, there are Teacup Poodles, Teacup Shih-Tzus, Teacup Terriers and even Teacup Chihuahuas.
Peekapoo puppies are cross of Pekingese and a Poodle. It is not a formal breed even though the have thrived for 50 years. Basically was developed as a companion for people with allergies.