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Old 11-28-2012, 04:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a 2yr old female and I am wanting to breed her. I am wondering if she can be bred with A giant GSD, she is a standard pure bred. Have looked everywhere and can't find anything out. If anyone can help me I would be very thankful.
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Should you breed her or is it physically possible to breed her?

And what's a giant GSD? Do you mean just a really big one?

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The question you asked alone shows you should not be breeding your dog.
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Old 11-28-2012, 09:17 AM   #4 (permalink)
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the question you asked alone shows you should not be breeding your dog.
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From what novice knowledge I have, I recall that a giant GSD is usually considered the old-world shepherd. Look up Royalair breeder.

Perhaps the OP meant King Shepherd?
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This OP also posted a weird thread earlier ... about a female GSD with a really long tongue ....
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Old 11-28-2012, 01:05 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I have a 2yr old female and I am wanting to breed her. I am wondering if she can be bred with A giant GSD, she is a standard pure bred. Have looked everywhere and can't find anything out. If anyone can help me I would be very thankful.
Sure you can breed her to a giant GSD and i am sure you find good people who want a giant gsd with a giant head giant color giant pet quality giant work ability and a giant pedigree with giant names and giant titles in it.
also ask for a giant price or no one believe that you have giant puppies for sale.tell them that the puppies have giant personal protection quality and also giant family member quality, oh do not forget to tell giant gripps ,giant hard,giant aggressive and giant sweet to grandma and dad. than you put some fake trials on your female and there parents,make a nice webpage and we can start to promote you.
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Can you tell me where I can go to a fake trial-keep going to the real ones-fake might be better-thanks so much
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No, you cannot breed your female to a "giant" GSD. Well, technically you could, but it's unsafe, irresponsible and unethical to do so.

Breeding dogs is best left to people who know what they are doing, breeders need to do a lot of tests on their dogs before breeding. Did you know that dogs can get STDs?

The best thing to do is spay your female and forget about breeding. There are already too many people breeding dogs without a clue on how to do it properly. That is how we end up with hip dysplasia, degenerative myelopathy, temperament problems, aggression issues, and other problems in the GSD.

Besides that, there are already too many GSDs in shelters because there are not enough homes to go around. If you add yet more puppies to the world, it makes you part of the problem. Be part of the solution by letting educated, experienced breeders do their job, and you do yours.
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