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First of all, dogs are inbreeding. The purer the bloodline is, the better the breed is. Inbreeding is a good choice. But this kind of breeding is usually carried out by more professional people, because it is usually bred by dogs with complementary breeds. Is your dog good enough? If both of your dogs have a common weakness, the breed will amplify it. Of course, the advantages will be inherited.
Of course, inborn diseases may also occur in close relatives, but they will not be found in the whole litter. Generally, one litter is one of them. Most of the time, a litter is healthy.
Finally, if you want to get a good dog, you should borrow it from a racing dog. If you only play by yourself, there is no need for close relatives. Through your question, you can see that you are not very good at it. You can learn more about it before making a decision. Dogs are also a life, and there is no difference in life. My answer is not a copy. thank you.
The breeding of purebred dogs can be divided into three types: “blood line breeding”, “inbreeding”, “distant breeding”.
This is the most typical “blood line reproduction”.
The breeder’s goal is to make the bloodline purer faster, control all the qualities to some extent, and make it easier to predict the future of the breed.
But the premise is that you choose the right ancestor. In particular, breeding pedigrees that do not have genetic diseases is likely to produce defective dogs.
Regular breeders will study the pedigree of the dogs, including personality, quality, defects, etc., before carrying out blood line breeding. So if you’re not sure about these factors, don’t rush into this breeding.
CFA allows inbreeding. Of course, it is recommended to breed excellent pedigrees with breeding value. Inbreeding is often used to stabilize certain characteristics. For example, the eyes of male cats are particularly round, but the eyes of female cats are not good. For the kittens born, one of the kittens has inherited the characteristics of their father, so in order to stabilize the gene! They often choose to match their daughters with their fathers. Different people have different opinions.
In terms of human ethics, inbreeding is not allowed, then? Generally speaking, inbreeding can not improve the cat species, but can maintain and develop the advantages and disadvantages of the blood line. Just like a magnifying glass, inbreeding can only keep and develop the advantages and disadvantages of the parent blood line at the same time. If the advantages become larger, the disadvantages may also increase. But the advantages and disadvantages are not evenly distributed among each offspring. When we understand the characteristics of inbreeding, we can make use of its characteristics to make inbreeding in certain time and under certain conditions. Generally speaking, there are two main reasons for the adoption of inbreeding: (1) there is little choice, for example, the animal is facing extinction. (2) We want to bring our genetic genes closer together and produce a good pedigree system. It is very difficult to breed a pure animal when it is nearly extinct. Because it is very difficult to find a few such animals, even if they can be found, they are not necessarily suitable for breeding. And in a small part suitable for reproduction, they are mostly brothers and sisters or of the same blood. But when there is no choice, as long as it is female and of suitable age, it is necessary to have sex with inbreeding. However, in this case, there is a greater chance of bad breeding, because the breeding objects themselves are similar in blood relationship, both may have the same shortcomings. So in this case, we have to eliminate the bad ones and improve them slowly. Therefore, when purebred animals are facing extinction, they will be affected by external factors that cannot be selected, and inbreeding value should be used. Inbreeding is necessary to establish one’s own blood line. Is inbreeding only used for endangered species? Under other conditions? The answer is yes. For example, if a breeder wants to establish a blood line of his own, people will know that it is bred by the breeder just by looking at the cat. This is because these cats have the unique advantages that the breeding value family has for many years. For example, a breeder’s cat has a very straight and long ear, or a breeder’s cat has a very good dorsal line, but its ears are slightly worse. Since the breeder decides to breed his own blood line, he should pay attention to where to strengthen and where to improve, so in this case, the inbreeding value should also be used. Because the inbreeding value can quickly draw the genetic genes closer, the closer the genetic genes are, the stronger the inheritance is. On the contrary, if the breeders are of two minds, one is to breed cats from different regions, and the other is to breed cats from the same region. In this way, these cats with different consanguinity and different images have different genetic genes due to their unique heritability. On the other hand, cats from different regions will be more unpredictable and unstable*** Although it will introduce advantages, it will also introduce disadvantages, so it is difficult to purify genetic genes and establish a good image and blood line of cats. In inbreeding, there is one thing that needs special attention. Breeders need to be ruthless to eliminate the bad, because the better the better, the worse. In many cases, the chance of the inferior is far greater than that of the superior. In these cases, if its physiological response is normal. This cat can be kept as a family pet without breeding. When it is used for reproduction, its bad points will be further deepened. However, some defects are abnormal in appearance, such as lameness, deafness, hearing problems, etc., which will have an important impact on the offspring. Therefore, inbreeding is not an ordinary breeding process. Finally, it should be pointed out that inbreeding can not improve, but can only maintain and develop the advantages and disadvantages of the blood line, and the existence of this defect in this blood line is permanent. At this time, if the inbreeding method is still used, it will only make this disadvantage more and more obvious. So, if you’re asked, “what’s the point?”,? Unless inbreeding is necessary for the two reasons mentioned above, otherwise, we should still follow the rule of prohibiting inbreeding within three generations.