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post #291 of 324 (permalink) Old 05-03-2019, 10:30 AM Thread Starter
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Saco, lady never had any mark. Leon had but disappeared before he was one year old. I believe that the marks are caused by some small miscegenation of races, and so he seems to deviate somewhat from the pattern. But he is a beautiful dog and with a great temperament and I think he contributed with his characteristics, because those that have marks tend to be bigger and more beautiful too, at least in my humble opinion. Another aspect that worried me also is the hips dysplasia because it is so big and heavy, but even then, I believe that some miscegenation may have contributed positively, since it does not show any signs of problems in this area. About the pups, they are cutties but also very funny playing all the time too!
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They are beautiful pups and wishing them the best and happiest life.


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This is pups are growing fast, dont you think so?
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Lady beautiful as ever.
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Awesome, congrats! Little fluff balls.

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Did you take any precautions to breeding them or did you just breed them? I see this isn’t your 1st litter either. What was the point of breeding? Cute pups surely but you may have contributed to the many many poorly bred shepherds that go against what true breeders work so hard for.
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Your puppies are very cute. Nice pictures! Lady looks good. Do the puppies and Lady have a soft surface to lay on? Or is it hot there and they are looking for cool surfaces?

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post #299 of 324 (permalink) Old 05-05-2019, 05:01 PM
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@Kennaandkurama Go back and read the 30 pages already posted. He lives in a country where healthy, purebred puppies are not plentiful and has people waiting for German Shepherds with solid temperaments for pets. There would be no need to breed pet dogs in the US without other reasons, but given the circumstances, I don’t criticize him at all.
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Yeah, I think you got it. I have many people who are already asking for these puppies. It is very difficult for me to let them go, for they are loved by me and my family, but I will certainly select the best possible owners for them. These dogs have an excellent temperament, very protective, obedient, intelligent and certainly will love, protect and take good care of their owners. They are not stupid and ferocious animals. I can now see that they have the temperament of their parents that is tolerance, obedience, but also with the aggressiveness and protection needed when they need it. They even so little already obey me when I speak to them. It's impressive. I do not know if they observe the behavior of the mother, but the fact is that they already demonstrate intelligence and a balanced temperament.



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@Kennaandkurama Go back and read the 30 pages already posted. He lives in a country where healthy, purebred puppies are not plentiful and has people
waiting for German Shepherds with solid temperaments for pets. There would be no need to breed pet dogs in the US without other reasons, but given the circumstances, I don’t criticize him at all.

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