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|03-18-2015 07:33 PM|
Finally getting a puppy
Well, it only took a year, but I finally put a deposit down on a puppy with one of the breeders mentioned in the posts. Thanks everyone for your advice and counsel.
|04-06-2014 05:16 PM|
|glowingtoadfly||I also have my dogs' pedigrees in my signature. Plenty of titles and Schutzhund 3's in there, if the OP wants to check it out.|
|04-06-2014 11:17 AM|
There is some interesting information in this thread and a post from David Winners about trusting your breeder that I feel applies to this thread.
|03-29-2014 10:12 PM|
Originally Posted by holland View Post
|03-29-2014 07:33 PM|
Maybe everyone should start a different thread bashing the breeders they dislike or singing their own praises & let this thread get back to what the OP posted.
To the OP,
If you can go & personally visit the breeders/kennels you like than I highly suggest you do. Meet the breeder & their dogs in person, it'll give you a more realistic idea of which place is a better fit for your wants, needs, & expectations.
One thing you'll find is any breeder that has been breeding long enough(doesn't matter what the animal is) will have folks saying both positive & negative things about them. It's up to you to read between the lines, do your homework & pick what fits you best, not joe blow from down the street.
|03-25-2014 01:21 PM|
|03-24-2014 10:06 PM|
Originally Posted by GatorDog View Post
|03-24-2014 10:02 PM|
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|03-24-2014 09:24 PM|
|DonnaKay||Mine is also a Buzz Gildaf pup from another breeder. She's very high drive, good temperament and stable nerves. I wasn't considering IPO/Sch but I might look into it. I think whichever direction I decide to take her training, she will do very well.|
|03-24-2014 08:57 PM|
No one is saying that a dog shouldn't be alive or can't make an amazing pet if it can't achieve a certain title. It's just that it probably doesn't need to pass on its genes if all it can do is reach an HIC or a CGC. Those titles don't prove much about the dog, and depending on the breed, other things should be looked at.
In the case of a German Shepherd Dog, the dog should be challenged under pressure, it should be tested under more stress than what the CGC provides.
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