How do you put a Yorkie dog up for stud service?

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Poppy: How do you put a Yorkie up for stud service?
We have a male Yorkie that is about 5 years old, he has papers, is from champion bloodlines, and would of cost us around $ 1,000 but my husbands mom is the breeder so we got him for free. We were wondering how we go about doing this? We just want to do it one time.

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Answer by BYB’s; The Count in Country
You enter him in shows and get his champion title in confirmation.
You get him tested for ALL the genetic ailments of Yorkies. PRA, epilepsy, luxating patellas, liver shunt, etc.
You check 5 generations of bloodlines for genetic problems.
You become a member of your local Yorkie group and the YTCA.

The term “champion bloodlines” is a term used by puppy mills and backyard breeders to sell dogs to the ignorant public. It’s a meaningless term. It could mean one champion dog 5 generations back.

Champion Sired and Champion Parents are what matter, and even then, it doesn’t mean that your dog is breeding quality.

Once all this is completed, you’ll have tons of Yorkie breeders with fantastic dogs asking you to breed him.

+ Just for reference, THIS is what a Champion Bloodline looks like: ‘%20Brentano.htm

And THIS is what a Champion Bloodline for a Yorkie should resemble:

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  1. T J says

    Actually you don't. If your dog was something I would want to breed to, I would know about him, and I would contact you.
    You see as owner of the b*tch, thus owner of the litter, I will make all breeding decisions regarding her. Sorry but that is just the way it works. If you were to advertise him the only people that you would find interested in using him are those with females that you shouldn't even consider breeding too because of their poor quality.

  2. Rogue Bullies - Bull says

    You will meet available females when you start showing him to his championship and have preformed all health tests on him. When you dog is good people will come to you.

  3. ♫ La vita è says

    You go to the veterinarian and ask for a castration procedure.

    Seriously – if you can't be bothered to screen your dog for inherited disease and you can't be bothered to show your dog to make sure he conforms to breed standard, then he needs to be neutered.

    Ever seen how many Yorkshire terriers are wasting away on 1,333 purebreds and mixed breed Yorkshire terriers. Why in the world would you want to add to that?

  4. Kelsey says

    It's not enough for him to have papers (I hope this means his AKC registration) and "champion bloodlines." He needs to earn his conformation championship and get OFA and CERF testing. You need to show him and build up his reputation. Eventually, if he's worth breeding, prospective breeders will seek YOU out for stud service, not the other way around. You should also get into yorkie clubs and shows, and see if you can find someone willing to be your breed mentor. This isn't something you can learn how to do by going on Y!A.

  5. ČĤĨĞĨŔĹ *The says

    You have it backwards.

    If your dog is of breeding quality, you wait for a breeding quality b*tch owner to come to you. You do not want to let your male stud just ANY ole b*tch. You do know dogs can pass STD's such as Brucellosis, which is also contagious to humans.

    Asking on here means you have so much more to learn before you decide to breed your dog.

  6. BYBs kill dogs and p says

    My Shih Tzu puppy comes from champion lines with parents that are titled plus he is KC registered and i have a contract the very fact you have to ask this on here means you should not be even thinking about it neuter him because hes just a pet

  7. Jayse Ö Think b says

    You don't, because your dog is a pet , not an ATM and is not breeding quality. At 5 years he is too old, and why would you want to use him "just one time".

    Once he has been used he will want a regular supply of in heat bitches, will probably become irrational and unresponsive when near an in heat bltch and most likely start to mark all around your home and furnishings.

    There is NO reason whatsover for him to procreate and no reputable and ethical breeder would use an unproven 5 year old, who incidentally would probably not produce in any case.
    There is NO EXCUSE for not doing the necessary specialised health screening of any potential breeding dogs.

  8. ∞Future Klee K says

    You don't. Get him neutered.

    He would need to be a CH. himself. A lot of BYBs sell their dogs saying "champion bloodlines"-they mean nothing. He needs to be OFA, CERF, and heart cert'd before breeding. If he was worth studding, you'd have b*tches coming to YOU.

    Enjoy him as a pet, and as a pet only.

  9. Andrea Y says

    thats sad 3.5 millions dogs are put to sleep in the pound because of overpopulation please dont do it if you really love dogs its not worth it most will end up in the shelter even if you give them to good homes

  10. Bare Nekkid TRUTH! says

    You show him, earn his Ch title- then do the proper health tests thru OFA, CERF, BAER and Optigen.. he also needs his STD screenings.

    Then, if he's worth breeding, you will get offers from people you meet in the show ring.

    "Ch bloodlines" means jack squat. All purebred dogs have a Ch somewhere in the pedigree. "papers" are no indication of breeding quality either.

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