|Ch. Ali, CGC|
We don't do- doodles!!
|Barked: Sat Jan 30, '10 4:43am PST |
|Multiple sires is a practice used when the breeder has a prized bitch and would like to use several different sires. The pups and both sire and dam are tested via DNA and thus the sire of each pup is identified and they can be properly registered. Breeders look at this breeding as a real positive step in the breeding of purebred dogs for several reasons, one of the best being that they know longer have to subject the dam to having two litters in order to do breedings to different sires. This is important for the health of the dam. It is also useful when using frozen semen. By using the frozen semen as well as fresh semen from a living dog, you would have a better chance of getting a litter from the breeding, since frozen semen is still not 100 %.|