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    Default Problem or Not Really??????

    here is senario---father boof,mother boofet have son bigboy....
    father boof,mother notboofet have daughter biggirl......

    can bigboy and biggirl have safe litter... as they have same dad different mum??????????please help

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    I think you will have a problem here.....
    People on here will not condone any sort of back yard breeding, you will probably now get schooled in why backyard breeding is a no no in a dog lovers society.

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    thy,,,,all answers help....

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    Would you please rewrite your post in grown up talk to begin with please?
    Then I'll give you that lesson.
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    both dogs are peddigree.....if this helps..!

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    Then they are Registered,Papered dogs?
    Why not ask their breeder then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChoppaChop View Post
    Would you please rewrite your post in grown up talk to begin with please?
    Then I'll give you that lesson.
    i dont need a lesson in english o.k its all in humour.
    after advice not sarcasm!!on here to ask questions so i can get better knowledge about a dogs ,,i have'nt purchased the bitch yet she was just born today.....i know about genetic broplems from bad breeding ...
    just want to know if it would create problems in this case

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    Well I'm sorry but you are not going to get a peachey welcome if you are a) breeding and b) breeding again.

    Are you a Registered Breeder? All relevant health testing done on all parents?

    Why do you want to breed them ?









    Will there be problems? Yes,they will no doubt come out with 2 heads singing Dolly Parton . Ha de.........Ha... Ha .
    (hope you got the sarcasm in that one)


    Edited to add ; What breed are they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChoppaChop View Post
    Well I'm sorry but you are not going to get a peachey welcome if you are a) breeding and b) breeding again.

    Are you a Registered Breeder? All relevant health testing done on all parents?

    Why do you want to breed them ?









    Will there be problems? Yes,they will no doubt come out with 2 heads singing Dolly Parton . Ha de.........Ha... Ha .
    (hope you got the sarcasm in that one)


    Edited to add ; What breed are they?

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    lol...ok they are staffies and havn't bread any dogs in the past but was curious if my male got to her b4 a stud did....

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    Staffies as in Stafford ? Or staffies as in Amstaff ?

    I take it that you are not a registered breeder as you don't want to answer that question.
    In which case,plenty enough of backyard bred 'Staffies' out there.
    Too many in fact,they are one of the most popular dogs to dump at a pound

    How about you desex her and your male then you'll have no worries .
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