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Question by atadawg
Submitted on 3/26/2004
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How do I get my female interested in breeding?

Answer by christine
Submitted on 7/11/2004
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to get her interested in breeding you should wait till she is in heat then introduce her to the male you plan on breeding her with then when you take her home hold a plum under her nose and stroke her back with it this will show her how it will feel when she is mated with


Answer by Thomas
Submitted on 7/12/2004
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christine may have a point all though it seems a little out of the ordinary it might work. I breed Dalmations and i once had this female who was just not interested no matter which male we tried breeding her with so i asked around for some advice and i was told that if you take an apple and stroke her back and stonach will it she will feel the urge to mate. I tried it ad i worked. good luck


Answer by gaea
Submitted on 1/14/2007
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when Yorkshires are ready to mate were do you take them? and when do you know the male is right and is 1 years old good will she have a second heat three days after with love Kitty Kay58920


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