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ewww - too late to add to the above -
this would be a better example of what makes a line - using Mink Jenny vom haus Ming

haus Ming liked to use Mink - is Greif Lahntal - so if you start adding Sagus Busecker Schloss through Tiekerhook , or Leerburg's combination of Mink to Sagus in the mother line as here USA Otis vom Jacobiner Schloß -- one generation forward as here Fendi vom Leerburg
then it becomes a line - Sagus

one Belgian breeding was 2 - 2 on the sire and the dam had Mink in the 3 rd .

I had looked at Lewis Malatesta myself to add into a particular line -

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Original OP here - wow I started this thread a long long time ago

So what would be minimally sufficient to consider dog x to be linebred to dog y? Is it 3-4, 5-5, or in this example 4-3,3? I don't think many do closer than 2-2 and for that matter 2-2 is not something I've seen a lot (but I could be wrong about ALL of the above)...

I look at the thread and think, yea one occurrence of Mink in the pedigree doesn't mean much so I know better now, but I am curious what is the furthest back you generally look at when looking for a dog bred from x line and such.

Again, what I said above could be self-explanatory, but humor me considering that I know next to nothing
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or if a dog is not line bred but its sire or dam is, is that considered any thing?

My dog's sire is 5,5,5-5 in one dog. Would that dog be considered to have any signficant influence on the outcome of my puppy or not? My own dog is not considered to have any linebreeding.

I am not asking a specific question relative to my dog but a general one to supplement ayoitrzrimz' question. Because it seems I see a lot of WL dogs where parents are linebred to one dog, the offspring is not, then offspring with no linebreeding (at least for 5 generations) are bred and produce a next generation with new linebreeding. It almost seems to be a dance.

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the dog is not linebred because the top [the father or sire] has no dogs in common with the bottom (mother or dam) - the topside is ???? Pet lines probably, maybe some ASL and at least one dog in 5 or 6 is German showlines...

The bottom has Mink twice I think - once through Lewis, once through Crok...also Nick H., and then Brawson for the Czech lines...

It is such an open pedigree, it is just a shot in the dark to try to predict anything

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