When Is The Best Time To Breed Your Dog

?” “What happens if you breed your dog too soon?”

The answer to the first question is that it’s not important, as long as you do not take a puppy from an unwanted litter. The second question has two parts: what will happen after breeding and how much time should pass before breeding again.

Breeding immediately after whelping makes sense only to those who wish to have a large number of puppies in a short period of time (a few days or weeks). However, this approach does not ensure success – especially when you consider the fact that some dogs are simply unable to become parents. If you wait several months, everything will be fine; if things go wrong during pregnancy or delivery with one of your female dogs, she can still provide milk for her pups with help from other females in her pack. But always keep in mind that there are no guarantees here either! On the whole, waiting at least six months between successive litters is very safe and sensible advice for most people caring for their own pets.