What are the potential gains from breeding a black russian terrier once a year?
Each pup sells for $2,000+.
Litter size is said to be between 6-12.
What are the legitimate upkeep costs of feeding the dog, shots, etc?
Each breeder I've known has not been wealthy and have smelled like shit. Might as well be a farmer. Their businesses sustained themselves well.
I think you really have to like the lifestyle. Or, you have to be really lonely ;)
>7 months single
So lonely bruh.
On the bright side, I can beat anyone in arm wrestling though.
Your comment didn't really answer shit though, can I get a less retarded answer?
My parents breed dogs.
They make ok money.
Lots of fucking weird people try to buy pets. Sell carefully. Make sign solid contract. Spay/Neuter guarantee or you'll have competition on your hands.
Have fun with all the dog shit and barking.
Well, basically it's like this. You're too lazy to do any research whatsoever (which means you're highly likely to fail anyway). To answer you, someone would have to do your work for you, or another anon is going to come along who has experience, and enumerate your costs and how they would affect a business plan, effectively doing your research for you...whereas all you would have to do is pick up your phone, call a vet and food/etc store.
In my experience, the observation that breeders I've personally met, selling dogs for a price comparable to yours, do not have much wealth to speak of, education, or other things I would want in life--i.e. not smelling like shit because you actually have to stimulate and interact with your product closely for long periods of time, or even living with them--is enough to say "there are no potential gains."