The Minnesota Dog breeder to trust
Let’s talk some basics on breeding quality dogs in Minnesota. There are many dog breeders in Minnesota and surrounds some of which are what they claim to be and others not so much. First and foremost, there is only one true reason to breed two dogs, and it is to improve the breed and breed responsively only after a whole lot of research. Two neighbors getting together to breed their dogs for a little extra cash is just a bad idea. The fact is, it is a lot more complicated than that to get good dogs and there are just too many undesirable dogs out there already. But here, in a nutshell, are the basics.
Dog Breeder Techniques
Care after breeding
At about four weeks of age it’s time to start getting your puppies ready to eat other than just mother’s milk. I like Gerber’s fortified rice and warm water to start and then gradually add in some of the puppy food you will be feeding. (Pick your food wisely and do some research. It is important because a well fed dog is better at learning and many other things. It is a proven fact, just like the studies on our children). By about six weeks puppies should be weaned from their mothers and at 6-7 weeks they are ready for their first vaccinations and veterinary check-up and will be ready to go to new homes by 7-8 weeks of age. If you are looking for more information about the best minnesota dog breeders, puppies, dogs, stud service or dog training. Call John Rehberger Cell: 218-330-0231 Located in Brainerd http://www.minesotadogbreeder.com Facebook Page– Rehberger’s Bird Dogs Personal Linked IN and Facebook – John Rehberger Email – firstname.lastname@example.org