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can dog's with different mothers but with the same father mate together?

hey! my 2 female dogs gave birth!! 2 months apart!! one female had only 1 pup, a female, and the other female had 2, both male... can they mate when they get older? or will there be some kind of disfunctions or sumthing?


Asked by Member 551369 on Mar 31st 2008 in Puppies
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Only if you want to have deformed & mentally impaired puppies.
Most pups like this will die right away.
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Lily

The possibility of any defects, whether by breed, such as hip dysplasia, or by family like a six toed cat will be multiplied if closely related dogs are bred. Why on earth do you want to breed them, anyway? There are too many unwanted pups in the world now. Why are your 2 females not spayed? Those pups shouldn't be breed for at least 2 years if they are perfect examples of their breed. How are you going to keep them apart for that long? If you want to increase the dog population at your house, go to the shelter and give up the poorly done breeding. I know this sounds harsh, but there are too many things that need to be considered before you talk about breeding those babies.


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Pedro

This is crazy! NO those dogs should not be bred otr the likeliness that there will be deformaties and other complications will be great!!!!
If you want another dog go to the shelter and adopt one!
9 MILLION PERS WERE PUT TO SLEEP IN 2007 BECAUSE OF OVER POPULATION! pLEASE DON'T ADD TO THE OVER POPULATION IN 2008!


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Loomis

Of course they CAN and of course they SHOULDN'T. I don't mean to be rude but if you don't even know that dogs who are related shouldn't breed why are you breeding dogs? There are so many reasons not to breed especially if you don't have the breeds best interest at heart. Please Stop!


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Bear and Bambi - Mommys Angels

Ditto to everyone else's answer! Sorry I do not mean to sound mean or rude but in my opnion this would be no different than if you were talking about humans...now you answer the question you just asked!


Bear and Bambi - Mommys Angels answered on 3/31/08. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer


Fun On The Run Kennel Racing

I wouldn't breed two that are that close but if they have pups WITH DIFFERENT BLOODLINES it would be possible to breed those pups. Unless you are a dog sled racer I would not suggest it however. Go get your dogs spayed and neutered!!! Especially those new pups!


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Bam Bam

Yes they could have deformities and serious health issues and most of the time these kinds of dogs are unwanted, end up being euthanized or abandoned and it's such a shame when it could have be prevented.
If you care about animals you would not breed anymore.


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Gray Dawn Treader

Oh yes, but that doesn't mean that they should. Your asking this question reveals that you have not studied enough. #1, you should NOT inbreed (breed closely related dogs) because it can cause inherited health problems. #2, there are millions of shelter dogs dieing every year because of irresponsible breeders like you. #3 You should spay your dogs because it will make them healthier and live longer. The ONLY exception is with REPUTABLE BREEDERS who breed to improve the health and quality of the breed that they so dearly love. And those reputable breeders have done YEARS of research so that they would be prepared for their HUGE responsibility.
Im begging you, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE be a solution to the pet-over popluation problem and not another problem!


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~Sophie~

So you have two adult females and one adult male and now three puppies and none are fixed? Great. Well done.


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