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post #11 of 26 (permalink) Old 09-09-2012, 01:31 PM
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you can find czech dogs to fit what you are looking for. I suggest speaking with breeders who know what they are doing. Many claim but really dont.

If i was looking for all czech lines I would probably only buy from 1or 2 in the states. I would import for sure though from a well known breeder.

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post #12 of 26 (permalink) Old 09-09-2012, 02:57 PM
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This is a great thread for me, as Grim is a Czech dog. My first, and I'm very eager to work with him! I look at his pics often... to me he's a def. head turner! It's also good to know who here has a Czech dog for later on if I had any specifics I wanted to know...although my breeder is great and has been a wealth of info. on the topic.
Lol everytime I look at your posts my mind just processes your avatar as a chubby sharpei puppy. Then I look closer and realise its a chubby GSD pup. Cute little guy .
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Lol everytime I look at your posts my mind just processes your avatar as a chubby sharpei puppy. Then I look closer and realise its a chubby GSD pup. Cute little guy .
Thank you! I should update with his newer pic! Thanks for the reminder. I think he's a gorgeous little man!

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3 of my dogs have been from Czech lines. Awesome temperment, loved them! One did have DM and Pannus though. Think that was more enviornmental than genetic. At least that was how my vet felt about it.
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Does anyone know the best treatment for pannus in a Czech GSD?


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post #17 of 26 (permalink) Old 09-12-2012, 07:26 AM
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Pannus is not "characteristic" of Czech lines, or any specific line - in fact - it can and does happen in many breeds of dogs.

Many GSDs do have it, and it appears that genetics do play a part in it...I have a male who has it and many of his "cousins" have it also (progeny of his dam's brother) - as do other unrelated GSDs.

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Thx Wolfstraum!
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NP Cliff - the dogs in my male's family are all pretty much WGWL dogs

I also have ventured into mixing Czech lines in my programs (there is already Czech in further back generations behind the C, I and K litters)....looking at the pedigree of the K litter - it is 25% +/- each DDR and Czech, 25% Belgian, and 25% WG....blending these geographically based genetics allows you to avoid bottlenecks of certain linebreedings and still complement/compensate the dog's temperament, structure and characteristics.

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With these blends is there any difference with a Czech fatherline vs a Czech motherline or since it is typically an outcross does it really matter? I know enough about breeding to be really dangerous if I tried it.

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