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Now that you have decided to get into the Lhasa Apso breeding business, you need to know that this is also coupled with a huge responsibility. Right now, there are hundreds of puppy mills out there because irresponsible breeders just reproduce these dogs without any regard for the dog’s welfare.
Worse, these breeders produce Lhasa Apso mix breeds and this endangers the lineage of the dog. As a breeder, it is important that you maintain the quality of your line and not just keep on producing them to make money.
Here we will show you what it takes to be a responsible breeder, someone that people will look up to because of integrity and passion.
It is the breeder’s responsibility to control the population of the dogs. Being in the Lhasa Apso breeding business also entails that you are responsible for finding decent homes and owners for your dogs.
On another note, you also need to neuter or spay your puppies to prevent your customers or clients from breeding your dogs themselves. The Lhasa Apso breed is one of the most sought after dogs in the world and if you let other people breed this dog with others, it will result to bad lineage and impure stock.
Just think of the possible problems when you do not spay your puppies. These puppies will soon grow up and be able to reproduce. If the owners breed these dogs without control, the Lhasa Apso is susceptible to endangering its life with a condition called eclampsia.
This is a pregnancy condition in which the dog needs to undergo caesarian operation because the litter is huge and the dog is small. In the event that the whelping is successful, we have no guarantee that the owner can train these puppies and prevent males from being territorial.If the behavior is not controlled for territorial dogs, the dogs may destroy properties and the owners may send them to shelters with no owners to care for them.
This can get much worse if the owners produce a Lhasa Apso mix with other breeds. The temperament will go out of control and genetic imbalance will only cause more health problems.
The Lhasa Apso breed can come in heat for as early as six months. However, this is a very tender age to breed the dog. Ideally, the dogs should at least be one and a half years old before it is allowed to get pregnant.
Understanding the signs can help you prevent unwanted pregnancy and thus prevent a puppy mill. The dog is in heat if the vulva is swelling and if you see an unusual vaginal discharge.
Do not breed the dog if you cannot care for the litter. The normal litter size of this breed is about four to five pups. The Lhasa Apso breeding business is not just about the money. It is about keeping the lineage pure. If you cannot care for the puppies, they are likely to develop diseases and die.
It goes without saying that you cannot breed dead dogs. Make sure you have the budget to pay the vet not only for the times the puppies are sick but on a regular basis. Puppies need to be dewormed and they need several types of vaccinations to ensure they are protected.
In addition, you need to keep them clean at all times and they need to live in a clean environment. They need to have their own kennels or crates. As they grow, you are responsible for training them, housebreaking them, potty training them, and grooming them.
Do you have enough manpower to do all these? If you cannot maintain this upkeep, you better think twice. Now that you know what the Lhasa Apso breeding business is about, it is up to you to think seriously, really seriously, if you are up for the challenge.
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