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There is any policy for docking the tail?

there is any regulation that a female has to be a litter once in a year and there is any policy for docking the tail
By rameshnaidu · 13 Mar 2012 9:12 pm

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By Sadhish M · 14 Mar 2012 12:14 pm
So you want to breed, and your dog passes conformation, temperament, health, genetic testing.The general goal, when you breed, would be to better the breed. That is the MAIN reason to breed.

Breeding is NOT as easy as it looks. Lack of experience can risk the life of your dam, and having puppies just so your children may witness the miracle of birth can sometimes go badly.

A bitch should not be breed before 2yrs old or her third season. "good breeding practice" and there must me a gap of 12 months from one breeding to another.There is also a maximum of 6 litters for your bithch to be healthy.

We can dock the tails at 24-hours old by tying the tail.* It is proved that puppies heal much quicker, than a 3-day old puppy. It also found that a 3-day old puppy tail is much larger than at birth, for obvious reason. The puppy experiences the least ammount of pain at this stage at 24-hours old. Be sure to talk to your vet about the options when docking the tail.

But how ever it Purely for aesthetic reasons since none of the tail docked breed are used for hunting now for their tail to be a hazel. So think of looking any part of your body to look good before you dock your puppies tail.

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By Navjot Singh · 17 Mar 2012 8:54 am
Female comes in heat twice a year. You should however take the litter only once in a year. Mating twice a year can affect the health of the mother. Remember, she's an animal not a machine to produce puppies. Docking of tail is now banned in India.
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