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how to i get a dog breeding licence

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  • Lori MeyerLori Meyer AldenPosts: 4Member
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    Why do you want one?
  • Kaitlyn WhippleKaitlyn Whipple Posts: 210Member
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    I sure hope you're not planning on breeding... Did you know ~ only 1 out of 10 dogs and 1 out of 12 cats ever finds a permanent home. 800 dogs and cats are euthanized every hour in the united states because there aren't enough homes. please spay or neuter you pet! But you weren't even thinking about breeding right?
  • Tiffany CarsonTiffany Carson St. MarysPosts: 15,800Member
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    Depends on where you live. You realize, of course, that breeding is nothing to be done on a whim? It requires quite a bit of knowledge to do as safely as is possible and to do it responsibly, so that your dogs don't end up contributing to the overall unhealthiness associated with today's purebreds because of the actions of ignorant "breeders". My website is *introduction* to the world of responsible dog breeding: ~Tiffany, breeder-in-training
  • bonnie kasperbonnie kasper Posts: 452Member
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    I'd say, if you have to ask that question of Dogster folks, then you haven't even come close to doing your research and educating yourself along with mentoring with qualified, experienced breeders. Take ten steps back to square one and start again. Do not pass GO. Do not collect $200.00 per puppy.
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