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Why Bitch is preferred more in some situations than a male?

Why Bitch is preferred more in some situations than a male. I've seen people preferring Female GSD, Female Dobermann more than their male counterparts. Apart from their ability to reproduce, what makes Female different from their male counterparts? I've heard females are more gentle and calm than their male counterparts in breeds like Rotweiler, Gsd and Dobermann.
By Navjot Singh · 06 Feb 2011 4:16 pm

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By Dinkar Singh · 06 Feb 2011 5:30 pm
Females are easier to train and handle as compared to males specially in guarding breeds like the Rottweiler. They can be more affectionate too although the males love a hug too.

Males of the above breed will test their owners at different ages and hence can get a problem for a person who has little or no experience with these types of breeds. But a female can guard just as well although she will be smaller and may be less impressive than the male, as seem in all animals.

The only problem one can experience with a female is her twice a yr heat, but again you should get her operated after her 1st heat.
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By Amitava Mukherjee · 06 Feb 2011 10:22 pm
Definitely. I agree with Mr. Singh.
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By xceww · 06 Apr 2011 6:02 pm
If you look at all the male GSD owners endlessly searching for female mates because of the extremely low % of people owning females, you would change your statement. This is true especially when it comes to large breeds.
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By Ankit · 28 Jun 2011 3:33 pm
Female dogs are more emotional and gets attached to the family members in more affectionate way then males... I personally think that's the main reason people prefers females mainly when home lady is going to spend more time home with pets.
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