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Old 11-17-2012, 12:48 AM   #141 (permalink)
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Lucky remember the Petfinder link I sent you?
I'd encourage you to visit your shelters, get to know some of these dogs.

The German Shepherd, like many overbred dogs out there, is in bad shape, genetically speaking.
You should only be breeding the "best of the best", health wise and temperament wise.

We have an awesome dog, temperament wise. But his elbows are shot and he's barely over a year of age. He won't live beyond 3-4 yrs. at this rate. That's from people breeding without knowing the genetics behind the dogs they have.

It's critical you learn more about this and find out how to become a responsible breeder, and stop breeding dogs without history (titles/pedigrees) behind them.
That's all I can say...and the best I can say it.

It is a free country. You can do whatever you want (other than break laws )
But for the love of the breed, please be responsible with your dogs.
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Old 11-17-2012, 02:36 PM   #143 (permalink)
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with all your respect i dont thing this was the case .


CLICK HERE >>Show me your black and tan dogs/puppies.

look at post #33 and tell me if akc would make this dog any more or less . @ 11 months old this dog is way ahead of the game my friend physically and mentally ,i took some pics playing around with him but you can see this dog is in better shape then half of the dogs being studded out there .
Your dog will not reach maturity until it is between 2 and 3 years old. You do not know what it will be until that point. Someone who knows the dogs behind their pup, might be confident about how the pup will turn out, but all you know is that the father is grossly over-sized and the breeder is too shady to have papers on either of them.
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Your dog will not reach maturity until it is between 2 and 3 years old. You do not know what it will be until that point. Someone who knows the dogs behind their pup, might be confident about how the pup will turn out, but all you know is that the father is grossly over-sized and the breeder is too shady to have papers on either of them.
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