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Old 11-02-2012, 01:28 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Sorry CORRECTION: Chris has experience with the blood lines and as to what types of dogs they have produced in the past. For those of us that are new to the game and aren't used to looking at a pedigree, we really have no idea what Sire's and Dams to look and look out for.

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She has experience of what these lines have produced? She has experience -but I didn't read in her post that she has experience of what these lines have produced-the breeder would have that
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Just to clarify, I do not have experience with these specific dogs or their direct bloodlines. I'm not sure anyone who posted here in this thread does. However many of us do have experience with these bloodlines in general, and a good idea of the genetics they bring, and that is what has led to the opinions that have been shared.
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Sorry CORRECTION: Chris has experience with the blood lines and as to what types of dogs they have produced in the past. For those of us that are new to the game and aren't used to looking at a pedigree, we really have no idea what Sire's and Dams to look and look out for.
Pedigrees only tell us the names of the relatives; it provides nothing regarding the Genotype of the dogs. Making assumptions about dogs based on names on paper is dangerous and borders on ignorance. I wonder how many of the dogs on this pedigree, or any other pedigree the critics have laid hands on? I would bet most have not laid their hands on any of them. When you rely on words of others, you go to the end of the diving board over an empty pool.
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A pedigree provides a roadmap to the genotype . No you don't go to the end of the diving board over an empty pool, you choose not to go onto that diving board altogether -- risk reduction , which is what wise breeding is.

You would be surprised at consistent similarity in littermates no matter who or how they are raised .

Truth is , there are some things which are bred in the bone .

by the way there are lots of good old threads which will help you learn, IceBerg breeders is one of them. Check it out.
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