How Many Litters Can a Dog Have?

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How many litters can a dog have? You should not allow a female dog have more than 1 litter per year. After the age of 6 it is risky to continue due to the survival rate of the puppies and the health of the female. Don't get a female dog to get rich on puppies. It takes an expert breeder to get it right. You can find more information here: http://www.k9web.com/dog-faqs/breeding.html
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A dog can have somewhere in between 5 to 8 litters in her lifetime. It is said you should not let her have more than that. It is too hard on an older dog.
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1. Purchase a dog litter pan. Fill the litter pan with dog litter, shredded newspaper or piddle pads. Add a commercial, liquid housebreaking aid to the litter pan to encourage the
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1 Buy the needed materials such as a litter box ( you can use either a cat litter box or one specifically made for dogs) and dog litter. I recommend either Petco's Dog Litter or Purina's
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The largest litter size was 24 puppies born to Tia a Neapolitan Mastiff.
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