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Should I mate my Dog?
This article has been viewed 566,959 times. Mating dogs isn’t as simple as throwing them together and letting them breed. In fact, breeding your dog is a time consuming and costly undertaking. You should only mate your dog if you feel you are improving the breed, and are able to keep all the puppies should suitable homes not be available.
Can you breed dogs from the same parents?
Technically, when you breed dogs from the same parents but different litters, to put it bluntly, you are literally breeding brothers and sisters. When you breed closely related dogs such as mother and dad, brother and sisters, dads and daughters and mothers and sons, and so forth, you are inbreeding.
How do dogs breed with each other?
Domesticated dogs breeding with each other is much simpler than dogs breeding with wolves or coyotes. A female dog enters heat about two times a year. Heat lasts about three weeks, and it is during that time when she can get pregnant. Male dogs can smell that a female dog is in heat from miles away, and the instincts take over.
Can a male dog mate with a female from the same litter?
When it does happen, an intact male dog will mate with any intact female, even if they happen to be from the same litter. Inbreeding, which is also sometimes called linebreeding, is the term used when animals who share close genetic traits mate, such mother and offspring or siblings.