Our active dogs.
#Pro-Step dogs start breeding at the age of two. Our dams are retired from breeding after whelping their fourth litter, while our studs can sire a limitless number of litters (it should pretty much be self-explanatory why...). However, our studs will retire from breeding when they turn six years old, as they are in their primes at 2-6 years of age. We also try not to breed our studs more than four times, as it would make the gene pool very limited if there are too many litters from just one dog.
If you want to breed one of my dogs with one of yours, send a link to the ref sheet of your dog, and tell me which one of mine you wish to breed with. Then we will decide which one of us will make the breeding picture and which one of us will make the litter. You may choose who will be the first one to pick a pup. But to keep other kennels from waiting, I'd advise that the one who makes the litter picks first.
You may choose to keep as many pups you want, but the remaining pups will be sold for somewhere between 10 and 30 points depending on wether they are born titled or not. When the pups are sold, I will share 20% of the points earned from the first selling of the pups with you, unless you don't want them for some reason. If the pup is returned and sold for a second time, you will not get 20%. I do not require that you do the same with me if you make the litter. The kennel prefix will be your own, since one of the parents are from your kennel. However, other adopters may choose to use both our prefixes, or just one.
If you do not wish to keep the pup any longer, you may resell it, as it is partly of your kennel blood.
If you wish to breed two dogs belonging to #Pro-Step kennels, the breeding fee will be decided depending on what titles the sire and the dam has. The sum of the fee for the two dogs' titles will be what you will have to pay. (ex. novice+national=10+15=25) The pup is included in the price/there are no extra fees for the pups, and a requester of a private Pro-Step breeding has the same rights of a requester of a public breeding, except for the prefix part and the 20% part. However, you will get a 20% discount if you decide to buy more pups from the same litter. You may also pay by making a breeding picture instead, which is preferred.
Every dog born at and arriving to the kennel will get a an ID number, which tells what kind of breed they are and wether he/she is the first, the second, third etc dog of the specific breed at the kennel, and what color the dog is.
Pups adopted out will also receive an ID number. If you adopt a pup from me, it is up to you wether you want to write it up on the dog's future reference, or not. The dog will still formally have the ID number, as it it written on the litter sheet.
1. Breed: German Shepherd.
2. 28th German Shepherd to arrive at Pro-Step.
3. Sex: Male.
4. Color: Black and tan.