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Hi,

I would also be interested in the answer to this question. My pup had an F1 mom and a 7th gen Australian dad. The breeder told me my pup is considered an F2 Australian. Not sure if that is correct or not?

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You go up one generation from the lowest generation...no matter how multi the multi is. :wink: You drop the B (and don't count it as a generation up, for instance F1xF1B + F2 (same as F1xF1=F2)
So, F1B x multigen = F2
At least that is the way I understand it...I do know that some breeders call their pups multigen if they are beyond the F1 (I think that is a marketing decision that might bite them in the butt someday.)
 
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