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Old 12-23-2012, 09:48 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I like haus Gill more than the Gaard dog as far as getting a good solid dog. But that is just an opinion.
What is the difference between Haus Gill and Gaard dog?wondering??
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Old 12-23-2012, 10:16 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Could anyone look at this litter and pedigree and offer opinions?

Dartagnan and Kafi Litter 3

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I'm not at all impressed. No OFA, no titles that I can see, and back-yardy pedigree on both parents. Also don't like that they will give you full registration for an extra $400, and their method of choosing which puppy goes to which home: first come, first served.
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Old 12-23-2012, 10:20 PM   #13 (permalink)
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this is repeating a question -

Input on this Pedigree, please?

same person same question
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Old 12-24-2012, 01:11 PM   #14 (permalink)
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[QUOTE=Freestep;2662701]I'm not at all impressed. No OFA, no titles that I can see, and back-yardy pedigree on both parents. Also don't like that they will give you full registration for an extra $400, and their method of choosing which puppy goes to which home: first come, first serve

If you check back on her website (gaardog.com) - the sire has OFA, the dam no. As I pointed out in my post, the parents are not titled, but if it matters - there are titles back in the great grandparents. If I had wanted a working dog, I would want both parents titled. Since I got my Sting from her (and both of his parents were OFA good),I know that she does not automatically hand out the puppies on first come first serve. She temperament tests them at 7 weeks and discusses the selection with the client. In my case, I was last pick on one litter, and she recommended that I wait because that puppy was very shy and she felt that the pup would be better suited to a farm home and not to living in town.
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Old 12-25-2012, 10:30 AM   #15 (permalink)
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I like haus Gill more than the Gaard dog as far as getting a good solid dog. But that is just an opinion.
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i asked you again before if you may can me explain the difference between these both kennels and maybe your experience.
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I sent you a pm, but basically the difference in the two are the bloodlines.
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she recommended that I wait because that puppy was very shy and she felt that the pup would be better suited to a farm home and not to living in town.
Why is she producing "very shy" puppies?
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Old 12-26-2012, 12:36 PM   #20 (permalink)
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Cliff who said "
I sent you a pm, but basically the difference in the two are the bloodlines. "

to which the response is , Cliff there is soooo much more than just the "bloodlines" including the breeders goals, (Gaardogs "Our breeding goals may involve a range of diverse lines (big bone German working to elegant American show; impressive Whites to striking Blacks), but our most important goal is to provide lifelong healthy companions)

versus Von der Gill ( Al, Susan, and Matt have bred over 122 litters of pups (722+ puppies) and imported/ trained over 2100 adult dogs. Our facility has our own puppy fostering program, to raise many of their own pups for law enforcement and protection work. We also have a staff of fulltime employees and trainers. Von der haus Gill Kennel has passed every AKC, ATF, DEA and GSA inspection, a record they are very proud of. Their experience and knowledge has set the standard for the law enforcment and companion dog breeding/training industry. Let them help you with that new partner or companion!) experience , knowledge, reputation , von der Gill searching the European breeders and bloodlines for improvement , not a factor in Gaardogs -
"marketing" no first come first serve with von der Gill- it has to be the right dog , and success.
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