It is possible to breed dogs from the same bloodline, but it is not recommended. Inbreeding can cause genetic defects in puppies, and it is best to avoid close matings. However, it is possible to raise dogs from different litters, even if they have the same parents. This is similar to cousins marrying in human terms.
To lower the consanguinity coefficient, it is best to choose a dog with an average breed. When raising dogs from the same parents but from different litters, you are essentially raising brothers and sisters. It is a good idea to raise the original father and mother more than once. It is also possible to raise a puppy from the first litter you have together to a puppy from another litter you have together.
Inbreeding is the production of offspring from the mating or reproduction of individuals or organisms that are closely related genetically. The stronger the bloodline (without structural flaws or health problems), the more successful the inbreeding will be. Some examples of inbreeding include mating half brother with half sister, as well as breeds of brother to sister, father to daughter, mother to son, grandfather to granddaughter and grandmother to grandchild. Cross breeding grounds have produced high-performance athletic animals with no health problems for five generations and a wonderful temperament.
The UK Kennel Club's Breedwatch analysis can help identify any characteristics of a breed that can be harmful. If your breed has any genetic problems, it would be wise to avoid close matings.My opinion is that it should not be a problem if this mating was not a common occurrence. Can I raise a female for a male if the female is the daughter of the male's brother? Having a problem with dogs is not occasional close reproduction, but rather the way in which the cumulative effects of close reproduction accumulate genetic and physical abnormalities that are not in the best interest of dogs.