How old should your female pit be before you stop breeding her?
Your female pit should be 6-8 years of age when u stop breeding her
Female generally stop breeding around the age of 9 months. That is not right at all! i do not quite know at what age they stop breeding but i know for a fact that it is not 9 months because during that age they are most willing to breed. i would guess that you should stop breeding a Doe at around two years of age!
A guinea pig can be just 1 month old before they fall pregnent. But the ideal age to start your female guinea pig breeding is at 3-4 months and no earlier. You should stop breeding her when she reaches the age of 1 year old.Breeding can effect the lifespan of your friend and is not always the best thing to do.
No. Very few female birds of any species sing, although they do call. Song is almost always a territorial advertisement and it is the males that set-up breeding territories. Male nightingales reach the breeding areas before the hens, in spring. They sing to attract a female when they arrive a week or two later. When the hen has nested and hatched chicks, the males stop singing.
Sometimes, you can keep male and female parakeets (which are really budgies) in the same cage and they won't breed. Having them in a smaller cage indoors may stop them breeding, but there's no guarantee. Sometimes if the female is determined, she'll lay eggs in a corner without even having a nesting box.
It is Usually wise to stop breeding your female at 5 years of age. Continuing to breed will result in sick litters and very possibly a midnight vet emergency trip. It doesnt matter how young your bitch may act, she is still too old. you also should not breed her more than once a year, or at all considering you have to ask this question.
The safe age to begin breeding is around 2 or 3 years old - no younger. Although a female can become pregnant at only six months old, this is extremely dangerous and damaging to the dog's physical and mental health. Also, before breeding from your Staffy, stop to think about the thousands of Staffies and Staffy crosses being euthanised in kennels every day because people continue to breed more and more puppies.
When you have separated the males from the females, then you have hindered their breeding. The vet can also sterilize the females and the males, but this cost money and is an utmost permanent solution. I am unsure, but I think you can get certain pills for your female rabbit so that she does not get pregnant. Ask your preferred vet regarding this.