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So you don't know if the sire of these 2 litters would be considered SL or WL I'm guessing. Post a link to the litter or you can PM and I can try to fill in the blank.

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Sorry, that wasn't clear was it.

Two different litters, one a SL litter and one a WL litter as represented by the breeders, have the same father.

If the the father is a SL dog, the WL litter is the cross. If the father is a WL dog, then the SL litter is the cross.

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So you don't know if the sire of these 2 litters would be considered SL or WL I'm guessing. Post a link to the litter or you can PM and I can try to fill in the blank.
Exactly.
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Sorry, that wasn't clear was it.

Two different litters, one a SL litter and one a WL litter as represented by the breeders, have the same father.

If the the father is a SL dog, the WL litter is the cross. If the father is a WL dog, then the SL litter is the cross.

Right?
Do they provide a pedigree to the sire?
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They are both showlines. The one you called a WL breeder is doing a litter of SL pups. The sire is showline.
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They are both showlines. The one you called a WL breeder is doing a litter of SL pups. The sire is showline.
Okay, that explains it. Thanks!
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The female that WL kennel used in the breeding to Solo is also a SL dog. They must have gotten the bitch somehow and decided to produce a SL litter.
We had a similar situation a few years back, we had friends who we imported a very nice SL female for. (she was SchH1, KkL1, good hips/elbows and great temperament). They really wanted a litter out of her, but were nervous about the whole thing. They talked us into helping them so I found the sire (one of Yuliya's males, Yash) and I took the female for the breeding. About a week before the pups were due, we moved the dam to our house. She had the litter here and we raised the litter and helped sell the pups. We got a male pup in exchange and my husband got listed as the breeder. So while we aren't "SL" breeders, we did have a SL litter here .

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Thanks for the help and the clarification!

Sorry to derail the thread......
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My answer would be indifferent. It is not something that interests me nor something I would do, but to each his own.

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It may seem like a pretty obvious statement, but I think to get the best results by combining the two is going to take years of breeding, through careful selection, trial and error to actually achieve what one would HOPE for consistantly.

So no, I'm not opposed to it. But I think somebody just needs to consistantly stick with it and not expect immediate results.
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