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02-21-2014 12:41 PM
gonzam24 You guys are great!! Definitely happy to get feedback from all of you and I will keep all y'all posted and yea major is staying with us


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02-21-2014 11:55 AM
ApselBear My best memories of our different dogs we've had over the years come from the only dog that was ever dumped on us. He looked full blood Australian Shepherd, but we never knew since he was a dump/lost dog. He turned out to be one of the most fun, loyal dogs we've had. He actually made friends with our cat at the time, before we even found him. His name was Air Jordan, because he would get so excited when my dad would go feed our chickens that he'd jump clear over my dad's(he's right at 6foot) head. Not jumping at anything in particular, he was doing his best to rewrite the lyrics to "If You're Happy and You Know It".

Breed certainly isn't everything when it comes to a having a wonderful pet. Love them and they'll love you.
That being said, this breeder you've dealt with should be ashamed of how he handled this situation. He's got some bad karma coming his way.
02-21-2014 11:45 AM
Stevenzachsmom I'm so glad you are keeping him. He is beautiful! I currently have a shelter mix. He is smart as a whip and I wouldn't trade him for all the purebreds in the world. Hang around and keep giving us updates. We love watching them grow.
02-21-2014 11:43 AM
gonzam24 Thanks' I'll check it out


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02-21-2014 11:40 AM
MaggieRoseLee
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Your point is definitely well taken, the negative feelings I had originally are no longer present regardless this pup was meant to be with me and my family so we'll take it that way, lesson learned but life goes on, " every dog has it's day"


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GOOD FOR YOU! He's a beautiful dog and still may be purebred. Hard to tell during the first year.

No matter what he's worth your love. And NEXT time, if it's important for you to have a purebred then you'll know better to do the legwork early to research for the responsible breeder that fits your needs. ---> http://www.germanshepherds.com/forum...ind-puppy.html

02-21-2014 11:33 AM
gonzam24 Thanks he is great



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02-20-2014 01:58 AM
middleofnowhere He's going to be a great dog - He's cute, he'll grow up to be handsome.
02-19-2014 11:51 PM
madis
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Well, it is too bad that you are going to have negative feelings toward this little guy. If those are the sire and dam, the pup is most likely purebred. However, mistakes happen, and your breeder is not a good breeder. So it is entirely possible that the bitch bred with more than one sire. And if that is the case, your pup is 1/2 GSD and 1/2 ?.

Chalk it up to a lesson learned. If you find that you really do not want a puppy that may not be purebred, find a rescue for him so that he can have a home that loves him regardless to who his sire was.

You cannot prove that the puppy is not purebred. You do not have a contract. You really do not have any recourse when it comes to trying to get the breeder to refund your money. You are basically out of luck.

Even $600 means that such a breeder is making money hand over fist. Where a good breeder loses money when they charge 3 times that figure. A good breeder will give you a contract with a warranty, they test their dogs for genetic health problems. They train their dogs and test their temperaments. They pay attention to structure and do not breed disqualifying faults. They know the pedigree and pay attention to it when it comes to their breeding decisions. And they purchase dogs or raise dogs that they have breeding rights to, among other things.

Because they put a lot into their dogs and puppies, usually most of the proceeds go right back into the dogs' vet care, food, training, shows, and so forth. They also care about their puppies and would refund your money because they would not want their puppy to be with someone who may not want him.

The breeder who is throwing dogs together willy nilly, without papers, probably bought an extra bag of Ole Roy and put a box in the garage. That's what went into his breeding of this puppy. That's why he is making money. And that's why we do not like to support breeders who do not offer papers, and sell dogs for $600.
Well put


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02-19-2014 11:27 PM
doggiedad whatever mix your dog is you can still train and socialize your
dog, probably to a high level.

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Your point is definitely well taken, the negative feelings I had originally are no longer present regardless this pup was meant to be with me and my family so we'll take it that way, lesson learned but life goes on, " every dog has it's day"


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02-19-2014 10:21 PM
gonzam24 Definitely coulda been worse next one will be breeder bred but that's years from now


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