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SUMMARY
Main reproductive traits, growth and training performances of German Shepherd and Labrador Retriever Dogs
This study was made to investigate the main reproductive traits, growth and training performances of German Shepherd and Labrador Retriever Dogs raised in Military Veterinary School in Gemlik. For this purpose 18-24 months old 40 bitch (23 German Shepherd and 17 Labrador Retriever dogs) were monitored for the main reproductive traits. Body weight gain of puppies (35) that were born from German Shepherds were measured until 150 days of age while those of (17) Labrador Retrievers were followed for 7th, 8 th and 9th months. 8 young males and 8 young females from both breed were randomly selected to determine training performance of dogs. The animals were reared under standard and uniform conditions. The first heating of Labrador dogs was calculated as 15.46 month of age and this was earlier compared to German Shepherds which exhibited first heating period at 21.86 month of age. The time of first mating in German Shepherds and Labrador Retrievers were found 24.17 and 20.93 month of ages, respectively. Statistically significant differences were noted for both of first heating time and mating age between the breeds (P<0.05). The mean numbers of mating for each pregnancy was 2.80 and 2.81 in German Shepherd and Labrador Retriever Dogs, respectively. The mean duration of gestation period as calculated from first mating to parturition was slightly longer in German Shepherds (61.77 days) than Labrador Retrievers (60.63). The number of puppies per litter in German Shepherd Dogs and Labrador Retriever Dogs were 5.81 and 8.22, respectively. In German Shepherds, adjusted body weight in whelping and 150 days of age were 425 g and 13680 g for females, 470 g and 14788 g for males, respectively. A negative correlation was pointed out between body weight gain and litter size. On the 150th day, the measured body weights of dogs that were born in litters with 7 and 8 pups were significantly lower than those of born in litters with 2 and 4 pups (P<0.05). Nevertheless, no significant effects of litter size and sexes on body weight in 9 month of ages in Labrador Retriever Dogs were determined. The results indicate that the breed is a major determinant of the training performance of the dogs. Key Words: German Shepherd Dogs, Labrador Retriever, reproductive traits, growth, training performance.



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SUMMARY The Body Measurements and the Relationships Between This Traits Some Dog Breeds at Military School of Veterinary Medicine and Training Center in Gemlik This study was carried out to determine the body measurements and the phenotypic correletions between these measurements in German Shepherd, Labrador Retriever and Belgian Malinois dog breeds reared in Military School of Veterinery Medici...
Kangal ırkı Türk çoban köpeklerinde büyüme, bazı vücut ölçüleri ve döl verimi özelliklerinin belirlenmesi - Sayfa 71
63 7.SUMMARY Determination of growth, some body measurements and reproductive traits of Kangal Turkısh Shepherd Dogs. This study has been carried out to determine growth, some body measurements and reproductive performence in Kangal Bred of Turkısh Shepherd Dogs under feeding and management of Research Farm of Selçuk Üniversity, Faculty of Veterinary Science. Reproductive traits were examined ...
Kangal köpeklerinde bazı faktörlerin dölverimi, yaşama gücü ve büyüme üzerine etkisi - Sayfa 96
87 The effect of the season on the live weight was significant in the 15, 30 and 45th days (P< 0,05) and was not significant in the 60, 90 and 120 th days. The effect of the sex on the bodyweight was significant in the 15th day (P<0.05) and was not significant in the other intervals. The body weights of the male puppies have been determined higher than the females in all age intervals. The effe...

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SUMMARY
Main reproductive traits, growth and training performances of German Shepherd and Labrador Retriever Dogs
This study was made to investigate the main reproductive traits, growth and training performances of German Shepherd and Labrador Retriever Dogs raised in Military Veterinary School in Gemlik. For this purpose 18-24 months old 40 bitch (23 German Shepherd and 17 Labrador Retriever dogs) were monitored for the main reproductive traits. Body weight gain of puppies (35) that were born from German Shepherds were measured until 150 days of age while those of (17) Labrador Retrievers were followed for 7th, 8 th and 9th months. 8 young males and 8 young females from both breed were randomly selected to determine training performance of dogs. The animals were reared under standard and uniform conditions. The first heating of Labrador dogs was calculated as 15.46 month of age and this was earlier compared to German Shepherds which exhibited first heating period at 21.86 month of age. The time of first mating in German Shepherds and Labrador Retrievers were found 24.17 and 20.93 month of ages, respectively. Statistically significant differences were noted for both of first heating time and mating age between the breeds (P<0.05). The mean numbers of mating for each pregnancy was 2.80 and 2.81 in German Shepherd and Labrador Retriever Dogs, respectively. The mean duration of gestation period as calculated from first mating to parturition was slightly longer in German Shepherds (61.77 days) than Labrador Retrievers (60.63). The number of puppies per litter in German Shepherd Dogs and Labrador Retriever Dogs were 5.81 and 8.22, respectively. In German Shepherds, adjusted body weight in whelping and 150 days of age were 425 g and 13680 g for females, 470 g and 14788 g for males, respectively. A negative correlation was pointed out between body weight gain and litter size. On the 150th day, the measured body weights of dogs that were born in litters with 7 and 8 pups were significantly lower than those of born in litters with 2 and 4 pups (P<0.05). Nevertheless, no significant effects of litter size and sexes on body weight in 9 month of ages in Labrador Retriever Dogs were determined. The results indicate that the breed is a major determinant of the training performance of the dogs. Key Words: German Shepherd Dogs, Labrador Retriever, reproductive traits, growth, training performance.

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