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Joseph Nalley
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Took a female and pay and got her bred. Brought her home went to store came hone and my male dog broke his chain and my females and him was hooked. Do i abort pups or what im piss dont register the pup any and all help is helpful

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If you DNA the pus you can tell who the father is

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Will dna tell which pup are the sire are bred similar. The dog i took her to and my male dog have the same granddad. My male dog is my female sire.

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Someone correct me, but I think you would have to dna each pup, as she could get pregnant from both males

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Joseph Nalley
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Yeah a female dog can get bred by two different male dog. I didn't know if it better to just abort the litter. It just f ing suck. Had high hope for this litter

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You would have to dna each pup and at least one of the males .Not sure on the cost

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Sometimes those accidentally breedings are awesome I wouldn't abort them just DNA them and register them acording. Jmo

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Just register as a dual sired litter. Each pup is DNA'd to determine sire.

No big deal. You will just have more genetics to cross back onto later.

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I agree with Cody just dual register them and DNA will determine which sire is in each pup.

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When do u have to dna them? And how would you go about posting them to sale or do you sale them? How much will it cost to register a dual litter. How much is dna testing

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When do u have to dna them? And how would you go about posting them to sale or do you sale them? How much will it cost to register a dual litter. How much is dna testing
All the information is available on ukc dogs.com has the price of it all, or you can ask the main people over this site and they will tell you all you need to know just ask your question under the registration thread.

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Here is the litter that is about to happen. I took her Ruber's Die Hard Banker. Basically i was going to duble up on stylish pete blood and Rat Attack. My male is the female sire. So those pup will double up on. Everthing on her top side. Wanting to just get some input on the litter.

Here is my female pedigree, sorry it so hard to read

............wager stylish lipper
.........stylish pete
............stick creek terra

...Stylish filp

.............timber rattlin viper
......vance's boogie timber rattler
.............lady baby


..Mr Houdini


flatrock million $ elmoe
wood's flatrock max
kentucky river lady

..hard rockin daisy

..........hard knockin stylish hayse
.......hard nail patchs
...........sackett's yadkin river spice


Female

---------------Nocturnal Style
----------All Grand Trackman
---------------Rock River Lady
-----Maggards Stylish Tuff Man
---------------Balls Stylish Hickory Nut Harry
----------Spears Highland Stylish Famous
---------------Night Heat Abby

..little ms. Bella

.................. Tequila Sunrise


.......Pharr's Stylish Silk


....................... Yadkin Tar Rattler
.............'PR' Lynn's Delta Silk
........................Maple Shade Molly B
.....pitman creek queen
.................nissleys Hi country nite rumor
............Quarterline's hicountry connie
.................Barkers WV coonbuster

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