| @Panna Cotta|
I would say no.
Cause he is better of as male because he can stud more pups by breeding up to 12 females with 36 pups a year.
Being a female an having 3 pups per year.
That way chances for chimera pup seem higher if you ask me. Though if he stays male you have to trust others to give you eventual chimera pup,, if he were a she you would'nt have t worry about that part.