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04-24-2014 11:03 AM
Originally Posted by Merciel View Post
It's in the first response to this thread.
It's too much work to click a link.

04-23-2014 05:47 PM
K9POPPY Is this for real, did I miss April fool's????
04-23-2014 05:45 PM
Xeph You're going to keep 6-8 puppies?
04-23-2014 03:46 PM
Mckenzie.H Yes, I have information on both dogs and both are registered. The breeders both have breeding rights and will allow it. I've had many GSD but I just haven't breed them alot and I suspect that all of them will be kept.
04-22-2014 01:15 PM
Originally Posted by Sunflowers View Post
I don't believe this poster is serious.
I believe the OP is serious. Breeding for long coated GSD may be wonderful in your mind, it's not the standard. In 1993 when I first got married, I paired my female to my male that were both suited for each other from a professional breeder of 40 years, suited as a good match, Sable male Maximillian (tall American with a wonderful top line and the best hips ) Veronika Blk. Tan tough as nails 50% east/west german imported female dam AKC. I must tell you it can be heartbreaking, even with professional help. One falls behind..

Are you ready to sit up nights nursing the animal to get him or her to survive with the time and dollars it takes, or take the easy way out.

Make up your mind well in advance, living with that choice 40 more years may change your mind about puppies and coats..
04-22-2014 12:39 PM
onyx'girl I do,because I saw the same type of post on a facebook page. That is why I asked about the names of the puppies. The fb posts were deleted by the poster because the poster was questioned about the breeding goals and took it as bashing.
04-22-2014 11:57 AM
Sunflowers I don't believe this poster is serious.
04-22-2014 11:57 AM
Originally Posted by Freestep View Post
Where's the "should I breed my dog" flowchart?
It's in the first response to this thread.
04-22-2014 11:24 AM
Freestep Where's the "should I breed my dog" flowchart?
04-22-2014 10:30 AM
LaRen616 If you are serious about becoming a breeder (even breeding 1 time means you are a breeder) then you need to start working or showing your dog and get your dog titled. Do all the proper health testing (hips/elbows/etc) and find a reputable breeder in your area that will tell you if your GSD is of breeding quality. If your dog is a good representation of the breed then hopefully the reputable breeder will take you under his/her wing and teach you all he/she knows about bloodlines, correct breed temperment, correct breed structure and whelping a litter.
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