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Lobobear44 01-22-2014 12:44 AM

Boom Lakes and Wild Winds
 
I over spent my 1000 bucks a while back now down to 55 bucks. When I can make my money over 1000-3000 bucks or over, which won't be for awhile, then might consider getting a pup. Would love to raise my own German shepherd alongside my Labradoodle! They would have so much fun and would still walk dogs and keep in touch with all the dogs I know. Train him all by myself. Will be mostly paying attention to both. My German shepherd will be a companion and I will see what the future holds in for us. Do you think these breeders are real responsible reputable ones? They looked better than that last one who brags about personality. They seem to do everything pedigrees, health, temperament, and in the end match making. Returns pups back, but in return no refunds. Although in CA would shipping be alright or is that too risky? Don't mind a color preference he can be sable, black and tan, black, whatever. I'm sure whoever I get will change my life. Male first than later female than later another male. What a nice German shepherd plan!!

http://www.boomlakesgermanshepherds.com/

http://www.racethewindstables.ca/dogs.html

marbury 01-22-2014 09:30 AM

You're not ready. You need an ONGOING source of income.


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ozzymama 01-22-2014 09:39 AM

No offense, but look a bit more locally. Timmins - beautiful, literally God's Country, because it's so far away from everything! Either place would be a lot to ask a puppy to be shipped and have you checked into international regulations for shipping puppies. Your $1,000 won't cover the plane and customs fees. Not to mention, you need Rabies Vax to cross, most breeders and vets don't give that until 16weeks - 6 months. Plus, these dogs are CKC registered, that's the Canadian Kennel Club, which is fine, but I don't think you can compete in AKC with a CKC registration.

Sunflowers 01-22-2014 09:43 AM

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Originally Posted by ozzymama (Post 4882081)
No offense, but look a bit more locally. Timmins - beautiful, literally God's Country, because it's so far away from everything! Either place would be a lot to ask a puppy to be shipped and have you checked into international regulations for shipping puppies. Your $1,000 won't cover the plane and customs fees. Not to mention, you need Rabies Vax to cross, most breeders and vets don't give that until 16weeks - 6 months. Plus, these dogs are CKC registered, that's the Canadian Kennel Club, which is fine, but I don't think you can compete in AKC with a CKC registration.

You do not need a rabies vax to cross if it is a young puppy, just a record of what vaccines were given.

jocoyn 01-22-2014 09:55 AM

When the time comes there are some EXCELLENT breeders in California. I think you have a way to go and should be on your own and self-supporting in all ways.

ozzymama 01-22-2014 10:03 AM

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Originally Posted by Sunflowers (Post 4882129)
You do not need a rabies vax to cross if it is a young puppy, just a record of what vaccines were given.


Wow, learn something new every day. :) I honestly thought you needed rabies.
As an aside, I was reading the US Border info on transport where I saw under 3mos is OK and saw it had to be in English - I was like, where is French, then remembered I was reading US info LOL.

Sunflowers 01-22-2014 10:44 AM

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Originally Posted by ozzymama (Post 4882281)
Wow, learn something new every day. :) I honestly thought you needed rabies.
As an aside, I was reading the US Border info on transport where I saw under 3mos is OK and saw it had to be in English - I was like, where is French, then remembered I was reading US info LOL.

I don't blame you-- I, too, was surprised you didn't need rabies, when I checked to see what I needed in order to bring 8-week-old Hans over here.
The customs guy checked his vaccine records from Robin's vet and that was it.

Lobobear44 01-22-2014 11:09 AM

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Originally Posted by ozzymama (Post 4882081)
No offense, but look a bit more locally. Timmins - beautiful, literally God's Country, because it's so far away from everything! Either place would be a lot to ask a puppy to be shipped and have you checked into international regulations for shipping puppies. Your $1,000 won't cover the plane and customs fees. Not to mention, you need Rabies Vax to cross, most breeders and vets don't give that until 16weeks - 6 months. Plus, these dogs are CKC registered, that's the Canadian Kennel Club, which is fine, but I don't think you can compete in AKC with a CKC registration.

Unless they could ship him to BC. Then we drive him home.

Liesje 01-22-2014 11:13 AM

It's the same within the states as well, even though many states and counties require rabies vaccines/licenses. If the dog is under a certain age, they are exempt. I shipped a puppy from MI to FL and he did not need a rabies shot even though both states have rabies.

Lobobear44 01-22-2014 09:53 PM

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Originally Posted by Liesje (Post 4882921)
It's the same within the states as well, even though many states and counties require rabies vaccines/licenses. If the dog is under a certain age, they are exempt. I shipped a puppy from MI to FL and he did not need a rabies shot even though both states have rabies.

Well, are these good breeders? On this list?


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