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Thank you very much Cliff for your recommendation.....your opinion of us is very important to myself, and I value it in more ways than you imagine.

Our website hasn't been a "working site" in over a year.
We do have someone putting a new one together for us.....but we still have to finish the front page & set up some of the pictures......( should be operating soon!)
If anyone has questions regarding any of our dogs or breedings.....they can PM me....I have pictures and information always available.
Thank you again Cliff!
Robin
 

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According to their website, they are #1.
It is actually quite comical to see just how many WGSL breeders claim to be #1. (#1 in what? and once that question is answered, how did they make that determination?)

My dogs are #1!! They are the best!!! Nobody has such dogs as I do!!!

See? Not a word of a lie . . . but doesn't really mean anything.
 

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It is actually quite comical to see just how many WGSL breeders claim to be #1. (#1 in what? and once that question is answered, how did they make that determination?)

My dogs are #1!! They are the best!!! Nobody has such dogs as I do!!!

See? Not a word of a lie . . . but doesn't really mean anything.
Lol, your right about that. Everyones dog is #1 to them and why shouldn't they be? These results are what they base their claim on, I guess: NASS 2010 Kennel Groups
 

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LOL there were only FOUR kennel groups entered at NASS this year. All of the kennels I personally consider to be top show line kennels in this country are not represented.
 

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Robin,
no need to Thank me, your body of work deserves recognition. What I like about Huerta-Hof kennels is their desire to produce dogs with working aptitude first, and winning in show ring second. I also like the fact that this kennel is actively campaigning a non Black and Red dog of different lines in the ring. This is what is needed for these lines to get some genetic diversity. I also respect Daphne for doing the same thing in AS circles. There are good showline breeders out there, but you have to find out what their priorites are....the show ring or the breed. (And the breed should come first before the show ring....JMO)
 

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Cliff, if I was looking for a SL GSD I'd absolutely want your input. Your years of experience, your insistence that ALL GSD s/b sound dogs with solid nerve is IMO what most of us need & want in our dogs, whether they're companions, competitors, protectors or all three.
 
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