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Breeding animals should be determined to be healthy, and as can be determined, free from genetic or hereditary disease.
Remember, though, the bitch is on her own schedule for breeding; it may be a holiday, you may be sick, or there may be a blizzard on the days she should be bred.
Properly caring for breeding animals; care of the bitch during pregnancy, whelping, and after delivery; care of the puppies, and finding good homes for the puppies is a time-consuming and very expensive endeavor.
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