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|06-16-2010, 01:40 AM||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: South Africa
Helping a smal inexperienced stud
I am having trouble assisting my new stud of 3 .5 lbs. He seems to be trying so hard but has only managed 1 tie...any tips would be so gratefully received as when we try to help him he loses interest. Hes very keen and the bitch is standing so patiently for him but after a few thrusts he falls off and spends the next few minutes nose to her tail and tries again. Harley is 15 months old..Gurus out there any tips? Janice
|06-20-2010, 10:54 AM||#2|
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Bonney Lake, Wa
Small inexperienced stud
Hello. I completly understand what your going through. I myself own a male that we are trying to get proven. (well, when he shows that he's ready..) but we tried with a female that was her first time as well and that didn't go over too well. we tried for 3 day's straight, gave him a day off and then did it 1 more time and he was trying so hard that he'd fall off everytime! he's only 2.13lbs and 10months old. he's still young so i'm really just wanting to wait till he's a good year old so at least then he'll maybe have a better handle on it. lol. but ya, he knows exactly what to do when the females there it's just that he's so tiny it hardly even gets to touch the girl. but we will keep trying and trying again. lol. One thing that started to work (until he got tired of trying) was when i'd put a book or something down for him to stand on and have her back up to him. ALWAYS hold the female! so she doesn't take off around the room with your boy and break him! good luck and i truely hope my boy comes around someday too....
Gina & Bailey, Paisley, and Romeo
|06-20-2010, 11:06 AM||#3|
Mardelin Yorkshire Terriers
Join Date: Aug 2006
|06-20-2010, 11:57 AM||#4|
YT 2000 Club
Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Etobicoke, ONtario, Canada
Blog Entries: 2
Obviously you want to champion him to get validation that he is a good respresentative of the breed, and worthy of being bred.
Razzle and Dara. Our clan. RIP Karma Dec 24th 2004-July 14 2013 RIP Zoey Jun9 th 2008-May 12 2012. RIP Magic, March 26-July 1st 2018
|06-20-2010, 05:21 PM||#5|
Donating YT 500 Club Member
Join Date: Jan 2006
Getting the correct height for him will help matters first, and then as Mardelin stated, he may need to be guided to or into the female. I have to do this everytime I have bred my stud. One method we happened upon by accident was using our pet stairway that allows ours up on the bed and placed the female on the last step and the stud just behind her on the step higher and this has worked 4-5 times after everyone in the room was sweating. Good luck! It can be quite a "work-out" for all involved