Subject: Can I breed my younger female to a second generation male?
Date: Fri Mar 24 10:21:43 2000
Posted by Terry Hebert
Grade level: nonaligned
School: AmeriCorp Global Relocation
City: Dallas State/Province: TX
Country: No country entered.
Area of science: Zoology
I own 2 female Cocker Spaniels. One is an offspring of the other. I want
the younger female to breed. Can I breed her to one of her mother's
offspring IF they do not share the same father? In other words, they
would both have the same mother, but different fathers. Would breeding
them weaken the bloodline? They are both AKC registered.
Re: Can I breed my younger female to a second generation male?
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