Stud duties

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highbury44
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Stud duties

Post by highbury44 » 24 Apr 2012, 09:31

Hi i am considering using my dog Fred for stud duties when he gets older,now only 14mths old.I know i have to get his Hips/elbows xrayed and his eyes checked but uncertain as to whether he has to be registered anywhere,before he can commence stud duties.Any info would be great.John

sandyandbeanie
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Re: Stud duties

Post by sandyandbeanie » 24 Apr 2012, 14:43

To the best of my knowledge, as labradoodles are still not a recognised breed there is no where to register a stud dog.

As well as doing the usual hip and elbow scores and annual eye testing you can also do a genetic test for PRA, if this is clear, it rules out the risk of him, or any of his off spring passing on the PRA gene.

If he is an F1 from a registered lab and poodle you could try using the kennel clubs new 'mate select' website. You can get the results of any health tests on registered dogs if you have their registered name. So if you can get hold of his parents 5 generation pedigrees you can get loads of information on his breeding and his genetic diversity.
xx Beanie and Sandy xx

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Bid
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Re: Stud duties

Post by Bid » 24 Apr 2012, 17:31

Rather you than me - I should hate having a dog who is forever searching for a bitch! :lol: :lol: There is a site with a lot of info about breeding doodles who I am sure can advise .... http://www.doodlepost.net/forum
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Re: Stud duties

Post by elainendexter » 24 Apr 2012, 19:02

My niece had a bull terier and she let a guy look after it for a few days when it came back it could hardley stand ,they had used it to stud ,and after that he was not the same family dog he jumped through the window to escape for bitches.
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