Please do not breed two dogs with the same parent. In fact, cousins should not even be bred together. Genetic variety promotes the health an well being of a breed. Dogs related in any way should never be bred.
Can you breed dogs that have the same parents but different litters?
Yes, you can, but it is not recommended. Technically, when you breed dogs from the same parents but different litters, to put it bluntly, you are literally breeding brothers and sisters. … However, there is also risk that negative characteristics from hidden recessive genes may pop up leading to smaller litter size.
What happens if a dog gets pregnant by her brother?
One visitor is very concerned about an accidental inbreeding between her dogs who are brother and sister. While it’s true a pregnant dog might face delivery complications due to puppy deformities, there’s still a chance the pups may turn out healthy.