Question by  aruna (22)

Can a one year old male dog breed?


Answer by  Tammy (585)

Although physically they can, most reputable breeders will tell you that it is best to wait until a dog is at least 2 years old to breed them. Younger dogs are not matured fully and complications can result in the offspring from breeding too young. If you have surprise puppies, it can happen, but it is not recommended.


Answer by  whoareyou (3483)

Absolutely. A male dog doesn't have the limitations that a female dog does. That is, a male dog does not have to wait until a 'heat' until they are ready to breed. Generally, you can get a dog or cat fixed after six months, and so it's safe to say that at that point they can breed also.


Answer by  Trueakitalover (1728)

A male is best to be bred at the age of two years of age. He has had time to get out of puppy hood by then and won't be as aggressive. The male can be bred at a year but it is suggested that one waits to breed a male dog.


Answer by  Zetau (125)

If you are not a certified breeder (apparently you are not) then get him neutered. A neutered male makes a better, healthier companion, and will not contribute to pet over-population - a huge problem.


Answer by  worker88 (7)

How is it possible, in the world, nobody should not heard the word that a male was breed. So there is no chance that a male will breed.

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