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Old 11-09-2012, 11:20 AM   #41 (permalink)
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May I ask who you will be training with? That is part of the equation, as well.
I will be going to train adler-stein-kennels first, most likely and then with my local sch clud Welcome to SCSC
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Old 11-09-2012, 12:06 PM   #42 (permalink)
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I was also curious as to who you will train with as I live very close to Long Beach. If you are lined up to train with Anne at Adler Stein, why not look to her for advice on a pup ?
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You can get a very nice pup from Sue and Gabor from this forum....they breed the ideal type dog for what you want.
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i know if some breedings coming up that have great sport potential (depends on handler & trainer) You would have to impirt though.
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Thank you Cliff :-).

But, the reason that I asked about who you wll train with is multi-fold.

1. Are they OK with you getting a puppy from another breeder outside the club? There are some clubs that like to focus on dogs within or only certain types of dogs. Some are only good with young adult dogs.

2. To get to the level that you are looking for with a puppy, is there a training director, helper, etc in the club who has done that repeatedly with a puppy in the last few years to the National level and score in the x level that you are looking for?

If you are lined up with Anne, I echo the comment about talking to her about what to look for.
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Old 11-09-2012, 01:08 PM   #46 (permalink)
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I was also curious as to who you will train with as I live very close to Long Beach. If you are lined up to train with Anne at Adler Stein, why not look to her for advice on a pup ?
I am still not sure, which is why i said "most likely" I work in Torrance and live in Long Beach so she is at least 1 1/2 hr i the wrong direction but is still a possibility.
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You can get a very nice pup from Sue and Gabor from this forum....they breed the ideal type dog for what you want.
Cliff thx for the PM and I will look for Sue and Gabor. I am guessing Gabor is K9imports but do you know Sue's username or her kennel so I could contact her that way.
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i know if some breedings coming up that have great sport potential (depends on handler & trainer) You would have to impirt though.
I have no problem with an import if it comes from the right breeder and would provide me with what i am looking for. The tread started with a german import but seems that most are saying it wouldn't produce what i am looking for. If I can find one that would, i would be more than ok with it.
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Cliff thx for the PM and I will look for Sue and Gabor. I am guessing Gabor is K9imports but do you know Sue's username or her kennel so I could contact her that way.
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Thank you Cliff :-).

But, the reason that I asked about who you wll train with is multi-fold.

1. Are they OK with you getting a puppy from another breeder outside the club? There are some clubs that like to focus on dogs within or only certain types of dogs. Some are only good with young adult dogs.

2. To get to the level that you are looking for with a puppy, is there a training director, helper, etc in the club who has done that repeatedly with a puppy in the last few years to the National level and score in the x level that you are looking for?

If you are lined up with Anne, I echo the comment about talking to her about what to look for.
1. I just want to get what i am looking for, from a good breeder that can be more than just a breeder who gives one word answers and gets what I am trying to do.

2. I am not sure but they come highly recommended but I can look into this.

Since, i did look just now at k9imports.com, come great looking dogs. Do you believe you could help me with exactly what i am looking for. If so, could you pm me to discuss further.
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