Siberian Husky Question

I am wanting to breed my husky she is 5 months old now.. What is the best age to start breeding her


I am wanting to breed my husky she is 5 months old now.. What is the best age to start breeding her

    In Siberian Husky - Asked by Anonymous - 6/1/2013 12:44:21 PM
I would never breed a dog until at least a year old. Preferably on the second cycle. Their bodies are not mature when they are younger.
    Answered by claudia1149 - 6/10/2013 3:57:19 PM


7 months old
    Answered by love_huskies - 7/4/2013 1:17:42 PM


Responsible, educated breeders don't breed before the dog is 2 and has her hips and elbows OFA rated, at least one CERF eye exam, and any other health testing needed with the breed. People who breed without health screening just add to the population of poor quality dogs that are at higher risk of health and temperament problems. You should also be very knowledgable about your breed, have enough space and money to house unsold puppies until you find really good, permanent homes, and be able to take back a dog a buyer can't keep. If not you just contribute to the number of huskies in shelters or worse.
    Answered by paws4Hisglory - 9/3/2013 5:38:59 PM
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Never breed on their first heat. Seven months is absolutely ridiculous to suggest. Breeding by AKC standard is no earlier than 8 months of age as they will not register any litter bred by a dam in which the dam is under 8 months. But this is still to early as the female is still developing. Good rule of thumb is to wait til she is at least a year and a half and has had at least one heat cycle and is on her second to third.
    Answered by luoravetlan - 10/6/2014 12:48:08 AM