Q&A: When is it better to breed a boxer dog?

Question by David: When is it to a ?
Hello, I have a boxer named “” (Nee-kaa), and she is a German boxer. Since I am not fully English, I’m not 100% sure that what I am asking has nothing to do with the word “breed”. What I am basically asking is when would it be best to take her and another male boxer dog, and let them have sex so my dog (Nika) would have babies. I just want to make sure so that nothing goes wrong and that Nika would happily have cute little puppies! P.s. She is 3 years old (or 2 or 2 and a half) and sorry if you don’t understand what I am asking.

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Answer by Sara
Unless both she and the male come from championship blood lines, she needs to be spayed. Boxers are prone to cancer as it is, and the longer you wait to have her spayed, the harder the surgery will be and the more likely she is to develop cancer later in life.
Please, have her fixed. There are enough Boxers without homes that are put to sleep in shelters. Don’t add to that.

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    • AllTheTime
    • May 9, 2013

    Sara has the right answer. There are TOO many puppies without homes and there doesn’t need to be more. ANY dog giving birth holds a potential for problems regardless of the age.

    • emi
    • May 9, 2013

    Yes, that is what the term breed means.

    The best time to breed is when you are a professional breeder who has spent significant years perfecting your breed of choice, have spent a lot of money doing all the breed specific health screenings to know that you’re not passing anything onto the next generations and breed responsibly, and when you are financially secure enough to keep every one of the pups should you not be able to find suitable homes, or any need to be returned to you from the homes you have found (as is the case on most reputable breeder contracts.)

    If you’re not showing for championship titles (working, performance and/or conformation) then every pet should be spayed or neutered. The world simply does not need more back-yard-breeders who haven’t done any of the previous requirements for responsible and reputable breeding.

    • Liz
    • May 9, 2013

    she sounds like a good age..if she is still really puppyish though maybe wait till she is 3 1/2

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