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Tarquin de Galisancho y Osa 01-02-2009
Pollero x Braña de Galisancho
Born: 05.12.2005
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From country/Desde país::Españo
Kennel name /Nombre de afijo::Alneyo
Owner/Propietario::Alberto José Sánchez Perez
File Size:540 KB
Date added:Feb 03, 2009
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tornado  [Jan 07, 2011 at 09:39 AM]
Great, that also so big male is able to mate naturally.
sally  [Jan 08, 2011 at 04:27 PM]
It is my impression that many (most?) breeders use artificial insemination these days?? Some breeders have told me that it is more 'safe' because of the size of the male (he might harm the female during the mating). Well, large animals have been able to mate naturally during centuries: bulls with cows, elephants, ice-bears etc. - and also mastines . For those of you who let your mastines mate in the natural way: Great! Keep on doing that
suskewitz  [Jan 09, 2011 at 08:28 PM]
Sally, it'd be better not to compair bulls and elefant-bulls with male-dogs (be it of a large or a small breed), because these animals don't have the natural habit to lift one hind leg over the back of the female (such as Tarquin in the picture) and then turn "ass-to-ass". The only other animals that have this habits (such as foxes) are smaller. The stories I hear is that breeders are afraid of the bitch damaging/ ruining/ destroying the stud by trying to escape this "tie" at this critical moment . Yet, I agree that natural mating of dogs is a positive thing.
mastinescangueta  [Jan 12, 2011 at 10:58 PM]
Agree with Suskewitz and would add: some stud-owners don´t want spend time of his stud allowing the natural way. Another reason I heard was to prevent sexual deseases (?).