Breeding

by Donny
(Toonumbar, NSW. Australia.)

Is it ok to mate a female back to her father, 1. At all, 2. Limited times ?

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Jan 24, 2015
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by: Donny

My daughter is not a Jack Russell.

No more replies from loonies, please.

Jan 24, 2015
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by: Donny

My daughter is not a Jack Russell.

No more replies from loonies, please.

Jan 24, 2015
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by: Anonymous

As Wayne states breeding with the bitches father will affect genetics. Also would you let your daughter sleep with her Dad?? Same difference

Jan 10, 2015
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by: Donny

"just not right" is not good enough. May I please get some expert info on this subject.

I'm in a remote area and have only one pure JR male available locally.

If it's definitely a no-go, I won't go there. Please, no more emotional replies.

Jan 10, 2015
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by: Cath

Is that really neccasary?It's just not right.Find another dog ffs

Jan 07, 2015
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by: Anonymous

Thanks, Wayne, but that's hardly helpful. For 2 reasons.

1. You give no indication of your experience in breeding, or your background.

2. I've read other opinions from JR breeders, indicating it's quite ok, under certain circumstances. For instance: Breeding a female with its father is fine, if done once - or even several times, depending on the situation. Breeding brother with sister or son with mother is not etc.

I'm seeking expert opinion. Preferably from a registered JR breeder.

Thank you.

Jan 03, 2015
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by: Wayne

No! To all the questions! Breeding within or inbreeding can cause huge genetic issues down the line - it's not worth the risk.

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