Vital Factors To Consider Before Breeding Dogs
"How To Become A Successful Dog Breeder"
From: Bud Dorsey “#1 Expert On Starting Dog Breeding Businesses”
Breeding dogs for profit is a good news/bad news story. First, here's the good news.
Breeding dogs is an excellent business for anyone that loves being with dogs. You nurture your puppies and brood stock. In return, you receive love and companionship from your dogs and puppies. For a dog person, a dog breeding business can bring you more joy than any other business.
Another joy for dog breeders is providing friendly, healthy puppies to caring families. Responsible breeders sell puppies they have bred for temperament and these puppies make great pets. Nothing is more satisfying than seeing your puppies going to good families that want a quality, breeder-raised dog.
Anyone can be a dog breeder. You just need a small space in your home as a maternity ward. Later, you can add a breeding kennel when you want to grow your business. It doesn't take much money to start. The cost of the equipment is reasonable, and you may have much of it already.
Here's the best news of all. You can make a nice supplemental income from breeding dogs. I know of many retirees, stay-at-home moms and dual-income couples that use dog breeding to buy the nice things in life and as a safety net in case of job layoff. When you want, you can expand your breeding business to a full-time livelihood. Dog breeding is not going to make you a millionaire, but you can make a comfortable living from it.
Now here's the bad news.
There are "animal shelter nazis" out there that don't want you raising pure-blood dogs. They try to make you feel guilty about all the unwanted puppies and dogs being euthanized every day. If they stop you from producing a litter of 8 puppies, they believe that 8 puppies will be saved at the animal shelter. I can tell you straight away that they're wrong.
Families WANT purebred puppies. They want them for their traits, their looks and their health... more importantly they want to know where their new family member comes from. Statistics show that I'm right. In 2006, the American Kennel Club registered 870,192 puppies. Given that these puppies sell usually in the range of $500 to $2500 and a pound puppy is around $75, it's clear that there's a strong demand for breeder-raised puppies. So, don't believe it when someone tells you that you are causing deaths at the animal shelter. With demand this strong, families will just turn to another responsible breeder to get their family dog.
To be clear I feel just as badly as anybody for the pound pups. But, it's not the fault of responsible breeders. It's the fault of irresponsible dog owners that don't get their dogs spayed or neutered. This is where the bleeding hearts should turn their complete attention. Of course you can help when you are a breeder by requiring your "pet" buyers to have their dogs sterilized at the proper age.
Because of this negative publicity, there's been little information about breeding dogs and how to make money from it. In fact, you have the animal shelter fanatics telling you that you'll lose money breeding dogs. Can you believe this? It's just not possible that breeders sold 870,192 puppies in 2006 at a loss. If that was the case, why would so many breeders go to the trouble? It just doesn't make sense. I know for a fact you can make good money and still improve the breed.
Let me tell you how.
My name is Bud Dorsey. I wrote the Breeding Dogs Guidebook to help people become profitable dog breeders. It is the #1 dog breeding start-up guide with complete step-by-step procedures. It tells you exactly how to start, breed your dogs and make money from them. Because it tells you the whole story, this is the best product for discovering how to start your breeding program, what equipment you need and how to care for your dam and puppies. It has everything I know from years of experience and hard knocks in breeding.
After you have started your dog breeding business using these step-by-step procedures, you and your family can make extra income for the nicer things in life like vacations, dinners out and whatever you like. When you want, you can turn this into a full-time business and start working only for yourself.
Now let's get to specifics. When you get the Breeding Dogs Guidebook, I recommend that you first read it from beginning to end. You’ll then have a complete understanding of my procedure for responsibly breeding your dogs and selling your litters. Next, you start with the first step of my procedure. Then, you just go from step one to step two to step three and so on. And, before you know it, you'll have sold your first puppy and know that it's going to a good home. This will be the best day of your life. This is the happy day knowing that your dog breeding business is a success.
My Breeding Dogs Guidebook takes you by the hand through the often confusing world of raising and selling puppies. Each step is easy to follow and everything is in manageable chunks … so you’re never overwhelmed. As you read the Guidebook and complete the steps, you become more confident in yourself and know that you'll soon be a successful business owner.
This is not about owning a puppy mill where you breed poor quality, nervous puppies in inhumane conditions. This is a bad way to do business that hurts responsible breeders everywhere. With my system, you produce quality puppies that families love while improving your bloodlines. Because you produce a quality puppy, people will pay you a premium price for it. There's a good chance that you'll have a waiting list for your next litter when your customers start telling their friends and family about where they got their wonderful new puppies.
Here's what I cover in the Breeding Dogs Guidebook:
How to sell your puppies for the best prices. How to make a profit breeding puppies and still be a respected breeder. How to care for your pregnant dog. What to expect during heats and the breeding process. How to decide which breeds are best for your new business. Potential dangers surrounding your bitch and her new puppies. Sire and dam selection. When to breed. Conditioning your breeders. Potential breeding problems. How to keep breeding records. When it makes sense to compete in dog shows. What to do during the whelp (birth of puppies.) How to handle difficult births and dead puppies. When to use a Cesarean section. When to use a yard sign to sell your puppies. How and when to expand your dog breeding business.
Here's more in the Guidebook...
How to select a stud dog service. How and when to wean puppies. How to register your puppies. How to deal with prospective buyers. Best ways to advertise your litter for sale. How to set up a breeding program and calendar. How to comply with all federal, state and local regulations. How to socialize your puppies. How to find the right owners for your puppies. How to get paid for your puppies. How to tube feed a sick puppy. How to identify your puppies. How to improve the genetic qualities of your bloodline. How to spot the characters in your litter. How to decide which puppies are show quality. How to choose the best puppy from a litter for showing or breeding stock. How to manage your whelping room. And, much more.
Works For All Breeds Of Purebred Dogs
Regardless of which breed of purebred dog you have or considering, my procedure will help you become more successful. All breeds are covered including.
Anyone can follow my dog breeding procedures. We go
through the exact steps to get your dog breeder business off the ground.
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all the obstacles that may be stopping you from breeding dogs as a business.
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