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post #141 of 144 (permalink) Old 01-15-2017, 10:49 AM
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Carmspack- Lol!!!!believe me I did not misunderstand you and know exactly where you stand and what side you are on. I have been on this forum for 2 years. Lol!
I may have not been clear but my statement was misunderstood by you. "Yes" was not in agreement and indicative of your opinion but mine, as I was repeating my opinion.
There are many American show line people that do work their dogs and compete in various venues and yes actually have real jobs, so lets not discount those as many often do.

Super G- I'm sure the these same arguments would instill if they ever do change the name of the ASL.

Peace out.
I would be real curious as to what your take is.

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I'm not. I knew an ASL breeder who crossed lines. She got one good litter. She decided to go with a higher level WGSL and with two OFA certified parents, got one litter after another with dysplasia. She quit breeding them after two years because so many dogs were returned. When you cross lines you don't necessarily get the best of both lines.
The results I've seen have been really wonderful dogs. Healthy, too. I've gotten the distinct impression that you MUST know what you are doing and which German lines to bring in, and I don't know enough to speak to specifics of that.

In the interest of full disclosure, my dog is the result of one of those crosses. One of her parents is half WGSL. I've been nothing but happy with her temperament, health, and intelligence. Other dogs I've known and trained with who were the results of these crosses are similar. Maybe a little higher energy than ASLs, but not necessarily.
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post #144 of 144 (permalink) Old 01-18-2017, 12:34 PM
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Yes I am thanks. Can't deny false titles exist. Made a response on that thread.

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