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post #191 of 196 (permalink) Old 08-07-2012, 08:15 AM
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Oscar you have gotten ALOT of great advice/suggestions here, but apparently we are telling you things YOU don't want to hear.

You want us to say "great go ahead and breed your dog, even tho he's got a hip that is probably not going to pass OFA, you haven't got any titles, done no health testing and he's still a baby". Sorry not gonna happen.

I said it before, you have a MALE, it won't be easy to find ANY responsible person with a female that is going to say "LETS BREED THEM"..

Sure you may find some "irresponsible" person who has a female and wants a litter of puppies, but then you just remember this,,those puppies may have health issues themselves and how SAD is that?

You will be nothing but a BYB'er who's indiscriminately breeding a dog that should possibly NOT be bred.

When you get those health clearances AFTER your dog is two years old, when you go out and TITLE that dog, then is the time to start asking about who to breed to.

You have had suggestions to do some "research",,have you done any yet? Find a good breeder and have them MENTOR you..

You've been rude, ignored good advice and hey your going to do what you want to do, your actually wasting people's time here by ignoring what they are saying so there is no sense in giving you and advice you don't want to hear or take.

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post #192 of 196 (permalink) Old 08-07-2012, 08:34 AM
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Originally Posted by Oscar101 View Post
beleive me I am doing my part by fosterin ig dogs. but anyways I will not breed my dog if he develops a deformity or a medical condition. I will also not be in a hurry to sell the pups I have fostered up to three dogs at once and have been able to keep up their hygiene etc. so I will make sure I get to know the female to make sure shes 100% I'm thinking of getting an akc registered female pup soon.
I guess you can always sell the pups outside of wal-mart. People will snatch them up, especially if christmas is nearing

Plus the dog is, honestly, rather mediocre.
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post #193 of 196 (permalink) Old 08-07-2012, 09:08 AM
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Breeding two sound temperament parents most likely wont even produce sound puppies if you dont know the dogs genetics.
Why wont you learn about YOUR dog first before worrying about whelping or giving proper nutrition to a bitch.

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I have no idea why you want to breed your dog if you're not in it for the money. Seems like you don't care or understand the first thing about breeding dogs so I'm baffled.

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post #195 of 196 (permalink) Old 08-07-2012, 09:59 AM
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I know there are people that would love a gsd just for a house pet. house pets do not require titles . all that matters is temperament, the gsd look, and a resonable price . if someone paid 2k for theirs good for them who cares
But if you don't train AND title your dogs in some sort of dog sport, then how will you know your dogs have good temperament? If you don't show them in some sort of conformation venue then how will you know they have good structure?
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After 20 pages and 195 posts this thread is going no where and the OP is not going to change their mind.

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