I am not here to be scrutinized. If I thought this forum was about scrutiny. I would have passed up on signing on. I have more important things to do with my time then answer a bunch of questions, defend positions and correct statements taken out of context.
Really? Why did you join the forum? You have to understand that EVERY breeder gets the third degree, especially when they are selling $30,000 "service dogs". Please don't be offended, I'm just trying to explain why your welcome wasn't as "friendly" as you may have expected. It's normal.
I understand you feel defensive, but that is not going to help your breeding program or your understanding of bloodlines. I assume you joined the forum to learn, not just for a pat on the back. As another poster mentioned, there are a lot of crooks out there and we don't know you--the fact that you are secretive about your breeding program is a bit of a red flag. Of course it's a work in progress. ALL breeding programs are a work in progress, but it doesn't keep most people from posting pedigrees and experiences. I suppose you have your reasons for not being up-front, but generally, that's not the way that reputable breeders do things.
You seem to be somewhat "outside" the GSD community, whether by accident or by design. You use terms no one else uses like "Elite bloodlines" and "interracial breeding" which is a rather arcane (and mildly offensive) way of saying "outcrossing". I am sure that in itself has gotten some hackles to rise. I am sure that you feel like you're being rejected because you aren't part of some "inside" group, but the fact is, you seem to make claims that YOU are going to do something important, that no one else has done, when in fact others have done it, are doing it, and could help you if you are open to it. But we like the openness to go both ways.
Again, just trying to explain why you are getting so many questions.
You don't seem to know any other breeders in the community (I could be wrong, but you don't seem to know anyone here). Just saying, you seem to have an ambitious goal and yet very little support. Dog breeding is at best a collective effort, so that everyone can pool their knowledge and share, for the good of the breed. At least that is the way I see it. Perhaps that is why you joined the forum?