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|05-09-2015 03:27 PM|
Originally Posted by Gwenhwyfair View Post
FWIW, she seems to be a very ethical and knowledgable breeder. This would be my first choice due to quality and close proximity to my home if I was not so late to the party.
|05-08-2015 12:15 PM|
Depending on what you're looking for I'd suggest doing some more research too.
Triad is breeding several different lines that appear to be mixed with WL/WGSL and American Pet/ASL.
For example, take a look at Killian's pedigree and walk it back some.
|05-08-2015 12:01 PM|
Hmmm. Per PDB Gucci had her hips and elbows approved in Europe. A-1
|05-06-2015 11:46 AM|
I too am considering at GSD from Coldwater Farm. I'm looking for an above average drive Czech-Czech or Czech-W German (less desired). Gucci is pregnant and the sire is Grimm. I met Janette this week and was impressed. I have two concerns:
1) Gucci has never had a formal OFA or PennHip evaluation which is usually a requirement for me.
2) I'd be 4th in line for a male. A male is a requirement for me since my female GSD doesn't play nice with the ladies. Thus, there is a good chance that I will not get a dog from this litter.
I've also looked at Von Rom but she is not planning any litters for at least a year or more.
TriadK9 is just a couple of miles from me, but there are no hip/elbow evaluations that I can find on the OFA website.
Another consideration is AK9 which is just north of me and has a pregnant female. I sent them an inquiry and waiting to hear back about the hip / elbow evaluations (also not on the OFA website).
I'm looking as far South as Columbia, SC (Von der Sauk). Her dogs look great, OFA evaluations posted, and expecting litters this Summer.
Finally, I'm aware of Wayne Simanovich near Charlotte, but he seems to be more of boutique training operation.
I'd appreciate anyone that you know in the NC/VA/SC region with Czech working lines.
|08-20-2014 02:36 PM|
Originally Posted by carmspack View Post
|08-20-2014 12:35 PM|
Originally Posted by DobbyDad View Post
|08-20-2014 12:06 PM|
|DobbyDad||Sorry,but if you don't know why she is showing the titles of the parents then you really should not be posting about breeders Lalachka.|
|08-20-2014 12:04 PM|
Originally Posted by martemchik View Post
|08-20-2014 12:02 PM|
Originally Posted by robk View Post
to me titles don't matter on their own, but I like for things to make sense and I want to know that I'm rewarding the right breeding practices.
|08-20-2014 11:42 AM|
whatever you decide upon pup , young or adult, or wherever you go make sure that the dog is confident and social -- and then keep them this way.
people looking for that "protection" dog for the homefront that are novice , tend to look for the dog that puts on the display - quick to bark , looks like protection but is defensive , uncertainty .
when they get the pup , they tend to nuture reactions thinking that they are praising strength , meanwhile reinforcing fear .
they will stimulate reactivity .
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