I thought this might get more views and discussion in the general forum(instead of breeding grounds) so mods I hope this is ok. This is all purely hypothetical but... If a breeder has a great dog (titled in the chosen venue, sound temperament, passed all health clearances, OFA rated good, CERF'd every year, etc.) and she decides to breed him with a female that matches. The female is again, tited, health tested, OFA good. However, in this litter of let's say 8 pups, 1 pup ends up being severely dysplastic and one being borderline. The rest are all OFA good and they do well in their chosen venue of competition as well, they're talented dogs. What would you do? Find different matches for these 2 dogs? Spay/neuter them both? Breed another litter and see what happens (could be due to chance or new owner's bad care for example jumping exercises too early, bad nutrition)? What do you think is the ideal thing to do?