I talked to Patrick yesterday andhe was playing with the pups. He sounds like a nice guy. Unfortunately the wife wants a female and he only has males left. He is not breeding for another 2 years. However, he is going to look around for me. Great contact Jim.
FYI, just so you know, alot of people have told me that a neutered male makes the finest house pet. Spayed females generally get fat and un-neutered males mark their territory alot and tend to roam more than neutered males.
I had my dog neutered this week and was feeling a little guilty that I never could have one of his offspring. The trainer I'm working with told me I did the right thing... he'll be more docile and less prone to certain cancers.
Before you breed your dog make sure from the breeder you get your dog from allows you to breed your dog. Allot of breeders will not allow breeding of their offspring to protect there blood lines. Read your contract and guarantee before making your purchase.