Friday, June 27, 2014

How does dog breeding work

Dog breeding is a complicated process that can only be supervised by specialists. There are approved and professional breeders that know exactly what race must be crossed with what race, in order to obtain a new breed. Sometimes, it lasts for decades until a new breed is obtained. Mistakes are made, and the breeders are not too happy with some breeds that they obtain. This means that they have to star all over again, and this means years of crossing and striving. However, when they have a new breed, the satisfaction is immense. 

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