Traditionally, who pays for the “date” between my male and their female?

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Question by rab: Traditionally, who pays for the “ my male and their ?
Where should the “date” take place? For how long should their first “date” last? Read something in great detail from “romance_german_shepherds”, but my question was not answered.

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Answer by Critical Mass
how could a dog date cost anything? just walk them in a park and them let them go at it!

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    • lilbitadevil
    • December 8, 2013

    Usually the person with the female either pays a stud fee or gives the stud owner pick of the litter. As for the place of the date, it’s up to the owners to agree upon where the dogs will stay. I’ve heard of some owners that have the ‘dates’ for about 3 days to a week at their house or the other persons. I have a male German Shepherd that I am thinking of studding out, but he is only 6 months old (and 60 lbs, lol) and still has alot of growing left. Good luck with the ‘date’.

    • b.w.
    • December 8, 2013

    Why do you want to beed a dog?

    Are you not aware that there are 15 dogs born for every one human? http://www.charitynavigator.org/index.cfm?bay=search.cause&cgid=1&rgid=2&stid=10

    Are you not aware that there are millions of dogs killed every year because of not enough homes? http://www.jour.unr.edu/outpost/voices/voi.valdyke.animal.html

    Are you not aware that only 1 dog in 10 gets a permanent home? http://www.safehavenforcats.com/main.htm

    Are you not aware that one female and her offspring can produce 67,000 dogs in just six years? http://www.metroplexanimalcoalition.com/SpayNeuter/didyouknow.html

    That coupled with the health benefits of spay/neuter WHY would you breed your dog? http://www.sniksnak.com/benefits.html

    http://www.hsus.org/pets/pet_care/myths_and_facts_about_spaying_and_neutering.html

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