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Old 01-23-2013, 06:48 AM   #141 (permalink)
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@mrsK....I think you misunderstood my post about the corellation to politics....I meant that SCH is like politics in that years ago politics was a part time function for individuals, that they performed to assist society. In the past SCH was something a dog acquired in a journey to do many other function and many other types of training. Today ....politics is a full time lifelong vocation for too many politicians and money controls their vote and actions. Well in SCH, it is now a lifelong vocation(as is showing), that is all the breeder focuses on and the dogs do for their life....and it too is primarily motivated by money and points. Many lifelong SCH dogs that are heavily campaigned and bred are never exposed to anything but the SCH field. We have turned a quarter horse into a racehorse....and many consider these people the only experts in the breed whether it is sport or show. Just an observation, nothing more
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