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Important things to keep in mind are:
1. Breeding is expensive: your dog and the other dog need to have genetic testing done to avoid breeding ill pups
2. Time: you will need to socialise the puppies, clean after them, raise them in your house, which means making that puppy safe for tiny pups.
3. research: make sure to select the right dogs and dog parents. What do you do, if the mum dies? How many litters, do you need the council certificate? What if a pup is not adopted.

it is a lot of work, that’s for sure and definitely take time to think about it. Research andread lots about it before making a decision
 

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We have done a lot of research and understand that's it's not all glitz and glamour for both dogs ..but we just need to be pointed in the right direction so we make sure the health of mum ,dad and the babies are ok
 
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