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post #51 of 54 (permalink) Old 01-11-2013, 01:07 AM Thread Starter
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Oh and I actually do know where the dam and sire came from and they are completely non-related. Knowing that it will be fairly easy to make sure there is no inbreeding.

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post #52 of 54 (permalink) Old 01-11-2013, 01:24 AM
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Ok...so why are you breeding your dogs. What can you give people that other more qualified breeders are not doing? Why should I buy a german shepherd from you rather than getting one of the many dogs with no home from a shelter? Breeding in this situation makes people angry who care about animals because there doesn't seem to be a reason. Why pay for a dog whose breeder gives so little thought to the process? Many people on here work for rescues who see dogs abandoned all the time. The world does not have a dog shortage. Don't add to the problem
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As I said in my last post, you don't like what you read ignore it.

That's great someone is helping you behind the scenes I just hope it is someone with sound advice.

Whether you take their advice or not is up to you. Sometimes posters come on here with questions and do not like the answers nor advice, they are looking for validation and get ticked off when they don't get it..Nothing anyone can do about closed minded people.

You may have a couple of the greatest dogs on earth but the reality is, they can never be 'registered' nor shown like your rabbits and goats

I'm not trying to be harsh, but I will say this, your attitude comes off as being 'knowlegeable' about breeding etc, yet you couldn't answer your own question? That tells me you have alot to learn about 'dog breeding'.

You don't have to post here, but you can always read some of the topics this forum has, the issues people have had, breeding problems had and what makes one a responsible breeder and learn something from them.

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Just a quick thought. The OP can register them with the "joke" organizations, mainly Continental Kennel club. Most pet stores are now buying puppies with Continental Kennel Club papers because they have no restrictions and any back yard breeder can get them on their dogs. So, she can breed her wonderful dogs, register them Continental Kennel Club and sell a bunch of back yard bred puppies. Yea, great.
. Your rabbits and such win shows, would that be 4-H shows or county fairs?
You won't be showing or competing at AKC shows with your dogs. You can't just "talk to someone about registering them" with AKC, the sire/dam had to be fully registered before breeding, then the litter registered. But, as I stated above, there are many many "joke" registries made just for "breeders" like you who want to register the dogs before breeding so they can make more money on selling the puppies.
Also, your girls are LITTERMATES, not TWINS................ At least get that much correct when becoming a breeder of dogs.
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