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post #26 of 31 (permalink) Old 01-06-2013, 05:36 PM
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I just left there this week. I was going to buy the cutiest little fellow, but when I got there the mother and/or father weren't there and I couldn't get alot of information so I left. Thank you. I was heartbroken because he was the cutiest little fellow at $2,500.00
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Crystalblue, post in the new members forum for breeder referals. You won't get much traffic on this very old thread.


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$2500 should get you a dog with parents fully health tested/vetted if you look hard enough.
The being sole owner thing with no co ownership, well buyer beware.

Co ownerships are for the protection of the dog first and foremost, that they don't wind up being resold somewhere nefarious or dumped in a shelter with no recourse....and the owner too, should something come up that the dog has to be rehomed.

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$2500 should get you a dog with parents fully health tested/vetted if you look hard enough.
The being sole owner thing with no co ownership, well buyer beware.

Co ownerships are for the protection of the dog first and foremost, that they don't wind up being resold somewhere nefarious or dumped in a shelter with no recourse....and the owner too, should something come up that the dog has to be rehomed.
Over the years that I've been breeding and showing dogs I've come to realize that co ownerships don't mean squat. People are people and will do what they want, contract or not, co ownership or not. Limited registration is a breeder's best friend. Any breeder who thinks a co ownership will protect them is living in a fantasy world. It means nothing. Knowing someone real well and trusting that individual is a different story, with that situation co ownerships can be a lot of fun. But breeders need to really screen their buyers when they let go of one on a full registration as a show puppy.Get to know them as well as you can before releasing a puppy on a full registration co ownership or not.

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Oh for heavens sake, some of those "Lucky(NOT)" Dobermans look mixed. Idiots are buying those puppies. There's one whole litter that doesn't even look healthy...they're so skinny!!! Hey, whoever buys those puppies deserves whatever they get.

But those puppies and mothers deserve a better life...poor things...so sad

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Over the years that I've been breeding and showing dogs I've come to realize that co ownerships don't mean squat. People are people and will do what they want, contract or not, co ownership or not. Limited registration is a breeder's best friend. Any breeder who thinks a co ownership will protect them is living in a fantasy world. It means nothing. Knowing someone real well and trusting that individual is a different story, with that situation co ownerships can be a lot of fun. But breeders need to really screen their buyers when they let go of one on a full registration as a show puppy.Get to know them as well as you can before releasing a puppy on a full registration co ownership or not.
Well maybe in most cases, but what about the litigious types with oodles of money laying around waiting to enforce the contract.

This is the kind of thing that would keep me laying awake at night. Having a litter of puppies would be a technicolor 3D nightmare to me without a team of cynical doyennes nearby.

But you're right, nothing can replace that 6th sense and knowing what to look for in a buyer....

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