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Want to do the breeding of PUG, but i have no knowledge of breed standerd of pug?

i want to do the breeding of PUG, but i have no knowledge of breed standerd of pug. What things i keep in mind to adopt the pug pupy female how i can judge which pupy i m going to adop is show class and she will become me famous breeder in future.
By Satinderjit Singh · 04 Mar 2010 9:50 am


By Prateek Kashyap · 04 Mar 2010 11:44 am
Hi Satinderjit,
Pug is a sensitive breed,breeding them is not easy.
i am breeding pug from past 4yrs & believe me its not easy to breed them.
still if you are interested in breeding them then you should start meeting pug breeders check their female pugs and their puppies, stud males.Meet every pug breeder available nearby your locality.You should research for a month then start with a pug puppy avoid buying adults and semi adults.
(beagle is also a nice option)

Prateek Kashyap
Nirvana Kennels
Dog Behaviour Specialist
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By Satinderjit Singh · 05 Mar 2010 9:57 am
Thanks for sugessition,

Dear have no prevoius experiance of dog handling. suppose i have PUG puppy how i can train him for show and what things i keep in mind while giving the training. Where frome i can get the trainig how to handle the dog

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By Avisek Dasgupta · 05 Mar 2010 10:38 am
Hi Mr. Singh,

Sorry for being blunt but I think you should not even think of breeding for the next 2-3 years. Spend this time first in reading about breeding and spending time with experienced breeders no matter whichever breed they have. Once you think you have learnt enough about breeding then ask youself whether you want to breed. If the answer is yes then you need to decide on the breed that you wich to keep depending on the breeding advantages and disadvantages. Once you have chosen your breed you should again start studying specifically about that breed. After that spend time with reputable breeders of that breed. Once you have finished that ask yourself once again do you want to breed. If the answer again is yes then find a mentor from the reputable breeders that you have met and he will help you choose the right dogs for your breeding. Post which with his help you should start.

Please dont just choose a breed because its cute or sells well. Please learn about the drawbacks of the breed before deciding anything.

I didnt mean to be rude or blunt but I just wanted to ensure that if you are a breeder in the making then you should be aware of what you are getting into and how you should go about it ethically.

So for the next 2-3 its a no no to breeding.
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By Hungry Paw's! · 05 Mar 2010 3:23 pm
Satinderjit Singh ,... No need to wait for Becoming famous.. You are already famous for the Breeding .. hahhahahaha.. You are the "show class and she will become me famous breeder in future".. You dont need a show class pug.. because you yourself are showclass.

No offence..

what aa peeeeoplee to become me famous.. lol..
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