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Old 10-25-2015, 06:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Another breeder on the list, looked pretty good to me, but I could use the help of some experienced folk.
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Has lifetime support and health garentee, but no achievements.
So the big question is..
Yay or Nay?
Also, this breeder looks a bit more promising..thoughts on them? http://www.vondercoyle.com/
Which one should i go to? None?
All help is appreciated.

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Old 10-25-2015, 06:35 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Also, If anyone knows a breeder in the TRI STATE area or within a 90 mile radius of NJ, please tell me.
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Go see them both. What you're looking for isn't the same as what I would be, but the first one does health checks, shows her dogs and is honest about not doing performance titles and isn't trying mislead about what her dogs are capable of.
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Go see them both. What you're looking for isn't the same as what I would be, but the first one does health checks, shows her dogs and is honest about not doing performance titles and isn't trying mislead about what her dogs are capable of.
Thanks, I think I will. Also, what are YOU looking at?
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I've wanted mine to train for sport, so I want bred dogs that are successful in it and a breeder who has been successful in it so I can believe they know what they're talking about. Along with health.
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I've wanted mine to train for sport, so I want bred dogs that are successful in it and a breeder who has been successful in it so I can believe they know what they're talking about. Along with health.
Oh, cool. The only sport my dog would be in is maybe PP, along with roller blading, cycling, and running.
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I've suggested before that you contact Lee (wolfstraum) here on the board, she is a breeder in PA and may be able to send you in the right direction.

Neither breeder has anything I'd be interested in, but that's just me, I like my workingling dogs
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Roller blading, cycling, running, hiking, ok. I wouldn't look to PP with any of those dogs.
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Roller blading, cycling, running, hiking, ok. I wouldn't look to PP with any of those dogs.
Interesting. If I ever did, I would do the evaluation test first though.
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