How Many Litters Can a Dog Have in a Lifetime?

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Many good breeders only breed their bitches twice in their lifetime. A bitch should breed at the age of 2-6 years, spacing a year a part to the least and should have 3-4 litters maximum.
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It varies between breeds because of the heat periods, on average she could have 30 pups with 5 litters and 6 pups per litter. It is save for a dog to have two litters each year, one
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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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Most dogs should stop having babies, after their 4th litter.
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Thats actually a difficult Q to answer, as different sized dogs have different lifespans. Small dogs live longer and so could have more litters. The average age for all the breeds
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