The males of most species have a fairly strong breeding desire. Preparation, engaging the females and execution are a learned behavior. Some males never learn those critical skills and are excluded from the breeding population.
Scientific study hasn't been able to understand the female response to the breeding instinct.
Not sure if you mean a human female or a dog:lol: but either way I say good luck. I have found that most females either are good for breeding or they are not... not much one can do to change their minds.
Male dogs can be taught when its ok to mount and when its not (I'm not saying you can leave them alone with a standing bitch and think they won't just because you have not said to). Alot of stud owners only allowing breeding in one room so the male knows thats his place and thats where its ok. This is done to try and avoid a shy stud dog...one whos been told NO over and over for trying before then when its ok to refuses.
seriously if the female is in heat, and the timing is right she will breed, if not no command will work. some are reluctant the first time or two. they really don't know what is going on. you may have to hold her while he mounts. but you better know for a fact timing is right. if not don't blame the dog if you get bit.
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