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04-24-2014 09:04 PM
volcano I have a girl, and she may be bred in the future. How would I learn about lines and what dogs put out genetically without asking questions???
04-24-2014 04:37 PM
SummerGSDLover You all make good points. Thank you for the education, I never looked at it that way.

*-*Summer*-*
04-24-2014 12:58 PM
gsdheeler I'd be looking for traits I like and also traits I want to stay away from.
I'm always interested in who's breeding to what, just a wee bit of a fashion show.
04-24-2014 11:09 AM
Freestep
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Originally Posted by SummerGSDLover View Post
Why does that dog's pedigree matter to them if they have no vested interest in the dog?
Because sometimes they DO have a vested interest in the dog, if the dog appears in a pedigree for a puppy they are seeking, or they are looking for experiences/opinions on a prospective breeding partner, or they want to gain knowledge about their own dog, if the dog in question appears in its pedigree.

There are some dogs that are "famous", or widely used for breeding, so that they are common to many pedigrees. Knowing what a particular dog is like, you can make inferences about how he will affect a pedigree, and that helps inform you about the breed.

Knowledge is power!
04-23-2014 02:12 PM
LaRen616 To learn about a specific behavior and get input from others?

I have had friends that have dogs with issues and they have asked me to ask the people from the "dog forums" I belong to for advice.
04-23-2014 01:58 PM
huntergreen maybe they admired the dog they are inquiring about.
04-22-2014 08:51 PM
SummerGSDLover I don't know. Nevermind.

*-*Summer*-*
04-22-2014 08:32 PM
Bob_McBob Personally I would feel positive if my dog had a good enough pedigree to be discussed by strangers. What's the big deal? It's an important aspect of breeding.
04-22-2014 07:36 PM
SunCzarina To learn.
04-22-2014 09:45 AM
carmspack I always ask for a pedigree .

Here is the link to the pedigree data base German Shepherd Dog

where you can enter a dog's name and you can research a pedigree 5 , 7 generations back.

Public information .

Pedigree is similar to ingredients in a recipe .
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