yes depend on the types of breed of Dog that used to crossbreed it. and it the first set of offspring is not like the parent, allow the the offspring that inherit the parent trait to cross the parent
Cross breeding isn't a good idea as over breeding can cause it's own set of issues including mental and physical.
by SarahL4900 8 years ago
right we mated our male dog a few days ago to a bitch and the bitches owners have gone behind...our backs and done it a DAY after andmated it with another boy but our dog had already locked on for 25 mins and 25 mins with another male so what should we do !xx
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Could a male dog hurt a female by trying to have sex when shes too young
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