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Most likely yes, but if you allow inbreeding later on down the line there may be genetic deformities. It should be discouraged, as to keep the gene pool wide and deep.

This should be avoided, I agree. I have a dog who is a result of an accidental breeding of mother to son, and he appears to have vision problems, as well as issues with aggression to other dogs and his intelligence level. This is only one botched breeding. With repeated breedings of closely related dogs, who knows how bad the dog might be?

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