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What will happen if puppies mate at 1 year old?

my dog it looked like she was mating with another dog and she is only 1 ,what will happen im very scared

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probably reproduction...just watch for belly getting bigger haha

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More Puppies.. Nothing to be afraid of...

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she can become a mommy dog

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at a year,they are not puppies

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kazarina
Sorry I disagree politely & say it's 2.5 years that they are classed as an adult dog now.
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no problem,i prefer to be told if i am wrong
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I would never want to offend you. You give great answers. Dogs often have growth spurts almost overnight at the age of one & then again at the age of two. I have a just turned 3 year old & a just turned 1 year old. Both females & both have the same mum but different dad. They are like chalk & cheese & the one year old growth spurt happened to both within 2 weeks of their first birthday.
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Most dogs are fully developed at around 1-2 years of age.

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Dogs are classed as full grown in human years at 2.5 years. As dogs live longer now. The ratio is 1 human year to 5 dog years. It use to be 1- 7 years.
Your dog may stop growing if it becomes pregnant at 1 year old. They say your dogs overies etc should mature before you breed them. In Australia they now spay or neuter them from 3 months old. This also can stunt their growth. Any interference to their hormonal & physicsl growth often stops the body developing further. It can even stop them maturing personality wise. Imagine having a puppy mentality for the rest of their lives. It would drive you crazy although you love them to death. Maybe get the vet to end the pregnancy if that has occurred & have your dog spayed. Dogs who are spayed or neutered live longer & are less likely to get a lot of sicknesses that fertile dogs get. Think about it. It's your best friends health at stake.

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