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Old 06-21-2014, 03:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Suggestions on Black and Red German show/working line breeders

I'm searching for a reputable breeder that breeds German show lines with German working lines. I've been doing some research online but highly value the opinions of the members of this forum. Location is not a big issue for me, but would prefer a breeder that is close. I live in Minnesota.
I'm interested in your opinions of which breeder you would recommend that produces quality dogs with great temperament and sound health. Thanks in advance!
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Old 06-21-2014, 03:42 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Von Waldberg is a German Show line breeding kennel. I believe they are in Washington.
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Marsha at Traumwolfen has a black and red blanket female who is bred to a showline male....she is in North Platte NE and will ship....

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People keep saying Staatsmacht is excellent for working lines. My girl is an American show line/German show line cross, and I never even looked at working lines, so I have no personal experience with this kennel, but I've seen other Minnesota/WI posters recommend them a lot.
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OP is looking for a "breeder that breeds German show lines with German working lines"
not one or the other
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