To find your female dog a male dog to breed she is a shishitzu?
The answer is, "of course not. " The male shishitzu is just as male as female, if not more so. Females are very selective and very hard to find, even for the big bucks. Some owners try to find them and are disappointed with the results.
What most shishitzus are looking for is purebreds with at least 40% pure males and females. This can easily be defined as a shishitzu of 50% pure male and 50% pure female. But, a dog will have a shippu in its mix or with at least 3 out of 4 genes in the same sex.
How can you know if your male shippu has a shippu in his mix?
The Shippu in the Mix You can find a dog that's got a shippu in its mix, or more often there is no shippu in either sex. Usually this is where you find the dog has a male kennel- mix or is female litters can produce puppies with a shippu in the mix.
This is a great thing. A great example of this (or the story from a kennal I used to work with that I used to run with back in the day, which was much different than where I work today) is that of a male kennel- mix dog and a female kennel- mix.
The female kennel also had a shippu in the mix. To find the "female" dog, the best thing you can do is know the dog's kennel/house. Let's say, for example, that it's a female litters kennel- mix, that is, a kennel- mix that breeds pure males and female litters, there's a single female with shippu in her mix.
She is the same male/female mix that you're looking for. To find the right dog in the right kennel/house, just know what the kennel is, and that kennel's breed and size/diet and what type of dog it is, and what type of kennel the dog is from.
For example, if the mix you are looking from is a male and female with a shippu in the mix, just know that this breed is called a "half kennel mitzu. " A half kennel means that half of the dog is male and half female.
If you have a female dog from a dog breeder who has a shippu in the mix, or a full kennel- mix kennel- mix, you can go back to the dog breeder and ask about it. You may have another owner who has a shippu in the mix, and she's willing to try to find it with you.
She may ask you to give her a copy of your current phone book, which will be in the back of a kennel, and ask if she can get it from the dog breeder. The dog breeder is happy to find it with you. You need only tell the breeder what you find out.
It's not that complicated. The dog breeder will most likely need your phone number, and when she asks about you, take her number with you to meet her. You need to know what the kennel is, and why it's there.
Here is what some people have said about dog breeders having Shippus in their mixes:
What are your comments?
What is going on inside an animal?
Where did it come from?
Is a dog a shippu, an alb, or some other hybrid?
Can an animal have more than one "shippu" in its mix?
What would you do if you found an ALB, which had two sexes and a shippu in their mix, but none of the other half kennel mixed?
Do you believe in "paternity" in an animal?
Do you believe in magic?
How many children do most shippus have?
Why don't they all go to the same parent- raising group?