|07-06-2014 08:57 AM|
Please keep to topic , the ot comments just are a waste of space
OP> because the future parents of this dog are 'mellow' and what you like, doesn't guarantee that a puppy out of the combination will be the same.
You did not address my question as to the father will be under 2 years of age when bred and will have NO OFA..
My concern is not the amount of dogs you have, their size, my concern is the combo of the breeding itself, the lack of OFA's , and this dog may not produce something that is a good fit for you,,But, maybe your interested in this breeding because of initial purchase
price? Just speculating.
I think you can find what your looking for elsewhere
|07-06-2014 08:36 AM|
|glowingtoadfly||Poor OP doesn't want to talk about my dog! She's obviously a racecar that needs work and can't be made into a minvan, but that is another thread.|
|07-06-2014 03:18 AM|
Or maybe they got a broken Kia
|07-06-2014 01:17 AM|
|ChristenHolden||Getting at 8 weeks.......*@$!*#@$ phone!|
|07-06-2014 12:34 AM|
|ChristenHolden||When I said mellow and laid back I ment more mellow and laid back than what Bella was. One where I wont have to lock in another room if my mother her who lives next door comes over, one who wont have to be muzzeled to go out in public, one who hopefully wont have to be rotated with the other dogs. I had the opportunity to get a golden or a cocker but turned them down because my heart is set the on a shepherd. So far her male Bogart is mellow and laid back fine with cats horses and small children as it s the female Billy so im hoping the male I chose will be also. I will also be getting to t at 8 weeks not 5 or 6 months old like I did Bella. So im hopeing with alot of heard work and socializing I can have the shepherd i always dreamed of.|
|07-06-2014 12:23 AM|
Why are you looking for another dog? Is there something that you want to do with the new pup that you can't do with your current dogs? Is there something that prevents you from waiting for a pup, until you have fewer dogs?
I have a number of dogs. It's a lot of work and GSDs are not typical pack animals, not like, say fox hounds, beagles, etc. Some breeds just seem to pack together better. Other breeds seem to do much better as only or one of a pair.
There does come a point when each additional dog decreases the amount of time, money, and space that all the existing dogs will have. I guess, I would encourage you to do something very difficult, and choose not to get another dog at this point. Maybe wait until one or two or even three of your current pets pass, and then your current lot will be older and even better trained, and bringing in a puppy at that point would be better for you and the puppy.
|07-06-2014 12:13 AM|
Op I like this breeder much better for what you are looking for. This breeder actually has all the dogs health tested and seem to actively try to work them.
|07-06-2014 12:02 AM|
|simba405||I mean isn't it sad that someone who should really own a minivan gets a corvette that they can't handle so they try to slow it down aka give it Prozac?|
|07-06-2014 12:00 AM|
If you are still looking in the OK area, check out:
Austerlitz German Shepherd Dogs
Well balanced dogs, she has different lines and knows her dogs well.
|07-05-2014 11:55 PM|
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