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post #51 of 91 (permalink) Old 04-23-2019, 12:52 PM
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I figured it went without saying but at least with respect to my comments I can only give feedback with something I have experience with. My comments were about Weberhaus. I don't have any experience with True Haus so my lack of comments shouldn't be taken as a negative.
No of course all is good. I don't know if that was mis worded sentence by that poster but just wanted to clarify I have seen True Haus around for a super long time, so experience wise it would be in their favor.

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No of course all is good. I don't know if that was mis worded sentence by that poster but just wanted to clarify I have seen True Haus around for a super long time, so experience wise it would be in their favor.
Just to make sure there is no misunderstanding, Weberhaus has been around for a long time, as well. Lots of experience there, lots of history of breeding highly successful sport and working dogs. Malinda is widely regarded as a top-tier working line breeder with a ton of experience and success under her belt.

Not saying this to discount True Haus, just saying both kennels have been around for a while and you're not losing out on experience by going with Weberhaus. Malinda is one of the most experienced breeders I have ever spoken with.

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It awesome your supporting your breeder and are super pleased. All good stuff. But this statement above appears to be silly. It seems to me True Haus has been around for much longer then Malindas program.
Sure, I will admit that I know very little about True Haus and perhaps they have been around longer.

They may have more experience and it is not my intention to take anything away from them as a breeder or some of the great dogs they've produced in the past.

My intention is to provide my experience and a reason for why I give my full support.
I did this in order to answer the question of the OP and provide additional information that I have yet to read in all of my extensive research I had done prior to selecting Weberhaus.

So based on this thread alone and the experience of the individuals who have contributed: the breeder with the most expertise at this moment is Weberhaus.

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This is exactly right.

This is why so many veterinarians tell GSD owners to keep their dogs from running around for at least two hours before and two hours after a meal. Four would be better, but, just not realistic for most people.

Genetics sets the parameters. Environment determines what happens within those limits.
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Sure, I will admit that I know very little about True Haus and perhaps they have been around longer.

They may have more experience and it is not my intention to take anything away from them as a breeder or some of the great dogs they've produced in the past.

My intention is to provide my experience and a reason for why I give my full support.
I did this in order to answer the question of the OP and provide additional information that I have yet to read in all of my extensive research I had done prior to selecting Weberhaus.

So based on this thread alone and the experience of the individuals who have contributed: the breeder with the most expertise at this moment is Weberhaus.

Thanks for helping me to clarify that word.
Really? I have been around both for a long time AND know the genetics of both kennels as I have bred the lines from both kennels. They both are excellent in my opinion.
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Im glad I came across this thread Wowza True Haus. I have not run threw their website in a while.



What a great acquire!

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My Weberhaus pup is almost 18 months now. She is my second IPO dog, sixth GSD.

She is by far the most stable dog I have had to date.

SUPER drives for work, intense toy drive and food drive is almost as intense. Naturally engaging and like I said, super stable.

She is a tough girl with tones of sass and attitude but happy to work with me.

I could not be happier with my girl. Malinda is always engaging, knows her lines, helps with training and uber supportive.

Wildhaus is another great choice. A friend is bringing a pup home from Chris this summer.

I know three true haus dogs, all different ages and litters and I am not a fan.
My experience is based on only 3 dogs... I have also heard good and bad but I am sure you can find that with any kennel.

They have lines I like but ultimately for myself decided on Malinda based on word of mouth references.
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Really? I have been around both for a long time AND know the genetics of both kennels as I have bred the lines from both kennels. They both are excellent in my opinion.
Yes, really.

Let us not quarrel over superior genetics when it is of no value to this debate.

When comparing two elite programs I presume that genetics (amongst other factors) would be of an established quality in both the breeders.
As you have pointed out this is indeed a fact.

Having bred both lines yourself, you must understand that there is a complexity into calling oneself a breeder that goes beyond genetics.

This is where I believe her expertise is evident ; Malinda expertly is able to select the right dog for you.

This is evident by the majority of the ~55 posts here exclaiming just that very fact and 0 to the contrary. To this fact I am sure we must agree.
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Someone roll the twilight theme song.... The club is going argue that cliffson is quarreling over genetics.... Good Grief he stated he found the genetics for for both kennels excellent. Not a real quarreling type of narrative.

Granted he is a cheater, forgetting more about which lines would most likely produce excellent working traits then any pet or weekend warrior would learn in a life time.

So technically if he got a crap dog, I would put that on him, lol.
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Well this is heavily one sided. I'm never on here anymore and this pops up.

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