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#6156273 - 01/26/16 04:31 PM Old Maid Question
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I have a really nice white/blk "maiden" pointer in excellent shape, but she is seven years old. I am thinking of breeding her this coming spring....Is she too old to net me a nice litter?

Edited by Pointer (01/26/16 04:32 PM)

#6156286 - 01/26/16 04:41 PM Re: Old Maid Question [Re: Pointer]
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Try it and let us know. I've heard of them having litters at an older age.
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#6157017 - 01/26/16 10:01 PM Re: Old Maid Question [Re: Pointer]
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No, she's not too old as long as she's in good shape. I've heard of people breeding their dog when she's nine if she's in good shape.
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#6157061 - 01/26/16 10:31 PM Re: Old Maid Question [Re: Stoneface]
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Yep you can breed her. Litter may be small but who really knows. Bet she has some gooduns!
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