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Mulitple sires is sometimes used when you have a ***** who is going to have one last litter and you possibly want to use 2 sires still. Sometimes the sire planned doesn't have the best motility in the sperm, so you double up with a second sire, to ensure a litter. There are a number of reasons. It COSTS though. Not only do you have to DNA every puppy, and both sires need to be DNA'd, the AKC also charges an inflated penalty for registering a litter with multiple sires. I thought I heard $200!

I think some BYB's may DNA their males thinking it makes them look cool and reputable! HA HA
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