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Old 05-25-2015, 07:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Pretty interesting 10 Signs of a Backyard Breeder - It's Dog Or Nothing

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OVerall a good chart - - but to 'split hairs'!!! I do not agree with the labels at the top end....the "reputable" is more a professional breeder and some of the descriptions do not apply to many - if any!!! - breeders in North America! IMO using this chart while "Hobby" is more what I think is a reputable experienced breeder....

but the lower end classes are pretty good
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Agree with you Lee.
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OVerall a good chart - - but to 'split hairs'!!! I do not agree with the labels at the top end....the "reputable" is more a professional breeder and some of the descriptions do not apply to many - if any!!! - breeders in North America! IMO using this chart while "Hobby" is more what I think is a reputable experienced breeder....

but the lower end classes are pretty good
I agree with you

Joanna Campbell at Ruffly Speaking just did a blog post on some 'backyard breeder' warning signs that aren't always true. I agree with it and think it's more applicable depending on the case by case.

The “signs of a backyard breeder” that are completely and utterly wrong | Ruffly Speaking
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When I think a reputable experienced breeder, I think professional all the way as the top of the hill.

Dog trainer etc. highly involved. Don't like dealing with armatures in any industry. Why the breeder of my dog.
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I agree with you

Joanna Campbell at Ruffly Speaking just did a blog post on some 'backyard breeder' warning signs that aren't always true. I agree with it and think it's more applicable depending on the case by case.

The “signs of a backyard breeder” that are completely and utterly wrong | Ruffly Speaking
I couldn't agree with you more. I love the Ruffly Speaking article and think the typical "signs of a good breeder" spread around the internet like they're the Bible can be misleading. Just the other day I was talking to a friend and dispelling a whole bunch of notions she had about what a "good" breeder absolutely does not do.

I do think it's beneficial to belong to a breed-specific club. It's a huge advantage as a social/training/support network for your local puppy buyers. I've met so many nice people through our local club and think it is a great resource. I found it without my breeder, but I might have been too shy to join in on activities if she hadn't been an enthusiastic member who was happy to introduce me to people.
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I agree with you

Joanna Campbell at Ruffly Speaking just did a blog post on some 'backyard breeder' warning signs that aren't always true. I agree with it and think it's more applicable depending on the case by case.

The “signs of a backyard breeder” that are completely and utterly wrong | Ruffly Speaking
I don't really agree with some of the things she listed in the article.
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I don't really agree with some of the things she listed in the article.
I disagree with many of the things listed in your first article, for the very reason posted in that article
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I disagree with many of the things listed in your first article, for the very reason posted in that article
can you list and explain?
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