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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 04-02-2012, 02:46 PM Thread Starter
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Opinions please?

Appreciate any thoughts you guys have on puppys from this breeding? Its time for a new family puppy and specifically for protection.

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This is True Haus, right? They have bred some really nice dogs with good working temperament. I do not know these dogs personally, but I do know the breeders, and they've been doing some good work. I'm not qualified to give a critique of the pedigree other than to say they are good-looking working line GSDs.
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No offense but I am not a fan of the curved spine in some of the lines.
But that's just me.
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This is True Haus, right? They have bred some really nice dogs with good working temperament. I do not know these dogs personally, but I do know the breeders, and they've been doing some good work. I'm not qualified to give a critique of the pedigree other than to say they are good-looking working line GSDs.

Thank you, very helpful and good to know. They do look like a solid breeder and their dogs are gorgeous. My family and I cannot stop browsing their website. They are expecting a litter in the next week from Esko and Terra that we are also considering, however its a little too soon for us.
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No offense but I am not a fan of the curved spine in some of the lines.
But that's just me.
Does this affect them in anyway or cause problems down the road?
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Does this affect them in anyway or cause problems down the road?
I have no idea, sorry. You asked for opinions so I added mine.
I expect it doesn't cause any problems because it is so prevalent in GSLs. It is a popular 'look' and I see it a lot.
I simply prefer straight backs.
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True Haus is an excellent breeder, I recomend them. I got my boy Jaxon from them out of Tommy and Cat. He has great drive and an excellent temperament.

These dogs are in stacks. That is not how they look when standing normally - even still these are NOT extreme at all. Example (though not the best)


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I have no idea, sorry. You asked for opinions so I added mine.
I expect it doesn't cause any problems because it is so prevalent in GSLs. It is a popular 'look' and I see it a lot.
I simply prefer straight backs.

I don't really have a preference myself. I really want a happy, healthy pup that wont suffer from any debilitating hip problems.
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Does this affect them in anyway or cause problems down the road?
FWIW, I don't see any "curved backs" in those dogs.
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Just watched a video of the sire.....saw no signs of physical handicaps
Appeared to be a very nice dog!
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