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This offering is no bland book—it’s a barking learning program that will help you avoid the most common pitfalls that plague dog breeders. Myths, reality, do’s and don’ts…
Join thousands of dog breeders and read over 300 pages to learn the most updated dog breeding knowledge: canine genetics, breeding techniques, care to a pregnant bitch, rearing newborn puppies, marketing your kennel name, etc.

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With years of experience, we’ve noticed the top mistakes most breeders make on their kennel websites.

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Who's up for a trim?
Dog clippers are a huge market and two of the biggest contenders are Andis dog clippers and Wahl dog clippers.

Wahl dog clippers are beautiful to look at and extremely efficient to work with. A lot of work is put on making each product as lightweight as possible, but also convenient to use thanks to cordless trimming.

Andis dog clippers are less slimmed down but more adapted to constant use and heavy-duty tasks. They are bigger, usually with five speeds, and not often delivered with an adaptable blade.

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Dog grooming is considered to be an art and it takes a lot of practice to master all the skills required to make a dog shine. Sending your dog off to the groomer can be very expensive. So why not give it a try yourself at home . After some practice, you’ll have the results you always wanted.
Sending your dog off to the groomer can be very expensive. So why not give it a try yourself at home . After some practice, you’ll have the results you always wanted.

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Starting with the best and purest intentions, dog breeding too often fails in its execution. Generally, that first litter we had high hopes for isn’t as good as we expected it to be. People did not want to pay the price we asked them to. Vet bills are heavy, so is the cost of looking after these unsold puppies.

Read: https://breedingbusiness.com/how-to-start-a-kennel/
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The Dog Breeder’s Handbook is a complete and unabridged resource that will walk you through the entire process of breeding dogs, as a business or just to see your bitch enjoy motherhood.
When you dive into this program, you read modern knowledge and genetics-based information.

Join thousands of dog breeders and read over 200 pages to learn the most updated dog breeding knowledge: canine genetics, breeding techniques, care to a pregnant bitch, rearing newborn puppies, marketing your kennel name, etc.

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the best grooming shears ... not cheap but worth every penny !
Kenchii shears, thinning shears and Kenchii scissors are amongst the absolute best professional hair supplies money can buy. They are pricey but the quality of cut and durability have no equal in the pet grooming industry.

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Most dog raincoats are usually made of a blend of durable and nontoxic polyurethane and PVC.
It started raining and you’re coming home with your dog leaking liters of unclean water. It smells. It’s dirty and you need a solution. Eureka, dog raincoats with hood exist!

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great free template!
As a responsible dog breeder, each puppy you sell or buy should be paired with a well-written contract that both parties understand and agree to.

This is to protect the buyer AND the seller against agreed terms that may not respected in the future.

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for our labradoodles!
What Do F1, F2, F3, F1b & F2b Mean In Dogs?

Crossbred dogs and designer dogs are often referred to as F1, F2, or F3, or even F1b or F2b. It is just the accepted nomenclature in which we can distinguish hybrid dog breeds between the different generations.

Check out our charts for clear visual definitions.
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