Amy P asked in PetsDogs · 1 decade ago

Looking for a male stud for my soft coated wheaten terrier?

I was wondering if anyone has an idea on a way to find a male stud for my wheaten terrier. She is full bread, but I don't have the papers on her. I never thought I would breed her, but she is such a great dog and I have alot of people that would love a puppy. My problem is I don't have papers on her? any ideas of where I could search? Thank you

oh yeah, and I am in Michigan

Update:

ok, well I wasnt looking for mean answers and I definately would never want her to be a breeding machine?? I love her to death. you all are right, I will spay her and enjoy her as my pet which that was my plan anyway.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Go back to the breeder you got her from, they should have all of the information.

    If you have a dog that is a good pet, then just get her spayed. You obviously do not have the experience to BREED (and its bred, not bread) I am quite doubtful that she has any Ch titles or her certifications.

    Anyone that is any type of reputable breeder with a quality dog will not allow a breeding with your dog.

    Enjoy her as a pet and don't put her through this.

    • daniel r4 years agoReport

      She is not asking for reputable breeders and has no intention of showing the dog. Just wants for her dog to have puppies. Nothing wrong with that.

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  • dorbad
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    3 years ago

    Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier Michigan

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  • 3 years ago

    Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier Ohio

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  • 1 decade ago

    Sorry, no papers, no breeding. Clearly you haven't shown this dog or done any health tests ... just because people want puppies from her doesn't mean she should be bred. It's not something that should be taken on lightly - breeding and whelping takes a lot of time and knowledge, can cause a lot of heartache when things go wrong, and can cost you a lot of money. Please spay your dog - enjoy her as a pet and companion, not a breeding machine. She'll be happier and healthier for it. Advise and people wanting puppies to visit their local shelter.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I also have a female wheaten that has papers...I was interested in a male stud also... I didn't realize what a great dog wheatens are...I would love for her to have one litter...You shouldn't feel bad wanting to breed her, If that's what you want....enjoy your dog ; -)

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  • 1 decade ago

    I have an idea of where to find a good stud: at conformation shows. But, since your dog isn't registered, you can't show her, and since you can't show her, she can't be championed, which means no one with a dog that is any good will breed to her. Sorry, but the only people that would allow their dog to breed with an unregistered female are either ignorant of good breeding practices or only breeding for money.

    http://www.scwtca.org/health/protocol-own.htm

    http://www.scwtca.org/club/ethics.htm

    http://members.tripod.com/antique_fcr/goodbreeder....

    http://www.bonafido.org/backyardbreeder.htm

    http://www.learntobreed.com

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  • 1 decade ago

    Most breeders will not breed unless the b&^ch has papers. You will probably have to find another pet male.

    If you dont have papers they are not considered purebred.

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  • Nobody will help a greedy ignorant BYB-WANNABE!!!

    Nobody will TOUCH your useless UNREGISTERED PET thing!

    Dogs are made of MEAT,not bread.

    SPAY IT TODAY!!! Do NOT make more unwanted junk!

    • daniel r4 years agoReport

      What a jerk! This tactic should be practiced on your lineage as well!!

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