Question by  Dezzy (15)

Can you breed a female dog every time she goes into heat?

My chow had puppies six months ago and is on target to go into heat again soon, I would like to breed her again but do not want to harm her.


Answer by  malone (4817)

Just because you can doesn't mean you should. The dog needs a break between litters. Don't breed her on the next heat; sit this one out and breed her on the one after that.


Answer by  SashaDarkCloud (5764)

Yes you can. Though I would suggest not letting her breed on the heat after that. Too much breeding for a dog will really harm a dog. Though I am very happy to hear a question where someone is concerned about over breeding a female dog. Some people out there don't care as long as they make money.


Answer by  PaintedRoadkill (504)

Yes you can though it is not exactly healthy to do so. Just like people it can put a strain on their body to be pregnant to quickly.


Answer by  worker7162 (166)

your dear chow will get ready for heat once in six months. it is better to control her from another heat averagely for six months after a heat to balance her health. take care of chow...


Answer by  boxers3 (550)

If you don't want to harm your dog, then the best thing for her is to be spayed. She is less likely to develop mammary tumors and other cancers. She also runs the risk of pyometra which can be fatal. A dog under two shouldn't be bred at all and then not until all the necessary testing has been done.

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