No one can answer that question. I have seen dogs go into menopause by skipping a heat and I have seen dogs conceive but because they were older and always had puppies every six months, they had fewer and fewer pups as the years went on. I have also seen a 11 year old dog … Read more
Its normal. Leave the kibble bowl down and a very large water bowl. Be sure to leave water around her as this makes milk. To hide her pups and to stay with them is a canine instinct.
Corky dog is a mix between a Corgi and a Yorkie. The first generation is a division of both breeds. The mixing of both breeds is random as if rolling dice. But...If one of the parents has been saturated by 'inbreeding' this will pull all pups towards that breed in looks. If we assume that … Read more
yes. In the wild all animals bred when they come into season. Female dogs in a pack may be driven away by the older dominate female and other males would break out of the pack to follow the female that is in season. The Male dog sticks by the female at least 2 weeks before … Read more
In the wild, the answer is no. If manipulated by humans, the answer is yes.