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Dog mating and litter genetic Characteristics?

Hi my female is 15 months old. Is there any problem, if i get her mated with a 4 year old male. The male has a very good strong bone structure. Will the litter be like the female or the male.
By Sunil · 26 Mar 2011 1:30 pm

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By JYOT · 26 Mar 2011 7:30 pm
DO NOT MATE U R FEMALE UP TO 18 MONTHS , 15MONTHS IS NOT RIGHT , PLZZ DONT MATE
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By Gopal Krishna · 26 Mar 2011 8:32 pm
dont mate her before 2.5 years. That is a perfect minimum limit for a healthy litter and healthy delivery
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By chollen · 26 Mar 2011 8:47 pm
2.5 months is too much. perfect time for mating is at the age of 18months
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By Gopal Krishna · 26 Mar 2011 8:55 pm
I had a talk with many experienced breeders outside country where they are very cautious about HD/ED and they all recommended me 2.5 years. and from a simple calculation "1 dog year = 7 human years" what you expect your dog to be in 18 months? big breed take 1.5 years to leave his puppy hood. But still its up to the wish of owner. I can only suggest things, if you find it logical guys please don't mate your dog before 2.5year don't just think about making money out of your dog 18 month is very early I guess.
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By chollen · 26 Mar 2011 10:47 pm
its not about making money pal. crossing at the age of 18 months helps the mother to develop herself fit. i have an experts around me.
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By Gopal Krishna · 26 Mar 2011 11:07 pm
@chollen that was best from my knowledge rest all is your wish. Thanks for sharing your point.
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By lois schwarz · 30 Apr 2011 11:22 pm
There is no problem in mating your dog with a male dog of any age. If the male dog can do it, then it is done. Does NOT matter the age of any dog. Concider this, if the dog was in the wild would the dog breed? Would there be problems? problems come up in life for good reasons. Dogs die, pups die... that is life. wild animals do not have a human there to SAVE THEM.. there fore the strong survive and all problem dogs/pups die. If you allow weak to die, you beget only healthy. Now, about the prodigy... research dominant recesive, you will find that large is recessive and small and thin is dominate. long muzzles are dominate over short. Med is usual. long legs dominate over short. erect ears dom over drop. Lois Schwarz.
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