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Because the Chihuahua is the smallest dog breed in the world, breeding a Chihuahua differs than breeding other, larger dogs.
It takes only a very few male stud dogs to breed, but a larger number of female dogs if you are to have your own program.
I cant imagine that a female chihuahua would be able to bear the weight of a larger dog during mating,let alone conceive or successfully carry or give birth to such a litter,but if by some miracle it did,there would most likely only be one or two pups and it is 50/50 on which parent size the pups ended up.
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Where there is a will, there is a way. If the female was patient and accepted his advances she was most likely ready to ovulate. You have 5 days to terminate the pregnancy by having the female get an estrogen injection that will prevent the fertilized egg from implanting in the uterus.
Mind you, I have bred before — 2 Border Collies — a few years ago, so I’m prepared for the ramifications of my ignorance! Just want to know whether or not I should start thinking about collecting whelping supplies!
First of all, please excuse my ignorance with this. This whole situation took us by complete surprise. My female Pit Bull recently came into her second heat, and while we also own an un-altered male Chihuahua, we weren’t too concerned about the likelihood of the two mating (due to HUGE size differences). Well, it turns out that our li’l Chihuahua is quite the Casanova. He won’t let our female leave his side, and has managed to successfully penetrate her twice (that I have seen). Although a tie has not occurred, he definitely finished his duties both times. I have read that a tie between a (F) Pit and a (M) Chihuahua is not possible because of penis size, but have also seen evidence of successful litters. What is the likelihood that two successful matings without a tie will result in pregnancy?
What will be the size of the puppies born from parents of very different sizes?
Puppies will generally get most of their size from their mother because their in utero growth is constrained by the size of the mother’s uterus. No matter how large the father is, the mother’s uterus is only so big and will restrict the size that the puppies are able to grow to. The number of puppies a female is carrying will also affect their size. If she is only carrying one puppy, chances are it will be a lot bigger as it has a lot more space to grow. Whereas, if she is carrying four puppies they can each only occupy a quarter of the uterus and will be competing for space which will limit their eventual body size.
If the puppies have a small father and a large mother, they are still likely to be on the larger size as the mother has a larger uterus allowing them more room to grow. However, their father’s genes will still place limitations of their size and the puppies will be unlikely to be as large as their mother when they reach adult size.
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