CKC Maltese Stud Service
He is a 12 times proven stud
You can request pictures of all his puppies so you can see how beautiful they are. he throws out females more then males.
his girls weigh 4 to 5 lbs full grown, depending on the mother. boys 4-1/2 to 5-1/2.
My female is small and weighed 4 1/2 lbs before pregnancy
Pictures upon request.
Maltese,AKC & CKC Standard is 4 to 6 lbs.
$ 300.00 stud service for Maltese and other toy breeds
or( pick of liter,for a purebred Maltese only)
some form of collateral is required for pick of the liter, till I receive the puppy
We can discuss it.
Your female must also be CKC in order to register the puppies
if your dog is registered to another kennel you can also register them with CKC for $12.00 or ACA for $17.00
send me an e-mail ,@ firstname.lastname@example.org ...so we can discuss which payment
you decide you want to go with
you can text me at anytime for faster service or call me after 9pm and anytime Saturday & Sunday
713-391-7550 ...If I have not responded to your e-mail within 1day ,plz text or call me.
If your interested in stud service for your female or just want to be prepared for her heat cycle
there are a few things you must do to prepare, you can not wait for the last minute
1 proof that she is up to date on all shots.
2.must be on a monthly heartworm prevention like heartgard
3.must be flea treated,external application (Advantage or Frontline)
or Oral Pill (Comfortis) ex small 5-10 lbs
I take them outside to break and the shampoos do not prevent fleas
4.vet checked for brucella
You should then consider your dog to be in - season or in -heat, for 21 days, just to be safe. Add an extra day or so,
at the end just to be very safe. Always, watch males reactions to her, and her reactions to them.
Your aim, in watching menstrual dates in a female dog, is important if you want to breed or you do not want to breed.
The estrous or heat-cycle can be divided into 5 stages:
1. Proestrus - This stage, unlike humans, begins with the appearance of vaginal bleeding / blood.
Beware of your dog staining furniture etc.
From the very start of the bleeding is DAY 1. It generally lasts from 4 to 9 days.
Male dogs become very interested in the female; however, she will not yet mate with them,
as her body is not ready to conceive. She will be a bit more nervous than usual.
Her vaginal area will seem more puffy and reddened. For young female-dogs note this first date and subsequent dates to obtain any pattern.
2. Estrus / Oestrus - Ovulation begins. This is the stage in which the female will accept the male and conception can occur.
The vaginal discharge is much less and more yellowish than bloody. Ordinarily, the stage lasts for 4 to 13 days.
Your female will generally stand still, appear servile, and hold her tail to the side when you touch her back, or a male dog tries to mount her.
This can start around DAY 5.
3. and 4. Metestrus and Anestrus - Diestrus- These 2 stages are periods of ovarian activity, but with no significant outward signs.
This basically means, out of heat, but there could still be things going on inside.
DAY 1, your dog may still be going through her cycle until around DAY 21.
5. Dormus - This stage is the remainder of the six-month-cycle, where the female appears normal, about 160 days.
SO, WHEN IS SHE FERTILE?
If you have the male with you he will tell you.
Normally it is about 12 days after the bleeding starts.
When the bleeding has slowed and thinned to pink. The male will know,
he will regularly check, lick, analyze in his build in lab ;-)
Your female can also repeat her heat cycle every 3 months or sooner till she mates.
Remember that the above information is general. Not all females follow these patterns.
They can go into heat every 3 months till bred ,best thing to do is look for the signs.
You will not always see blood, they are know to keep themselves very clean. you can tap
her above her tail to see if she flags you, moves her tail to the side. when you take her to break,
see if she is going to different spots to urinate, that means she is spraying. she can also be very friendly. she will behave different then normal.