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post #26 of 28 (permalink) Old 11-24-2012, 12:08 PM
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Technically any animal that is in heat can breed successfully (Human, puppy.) Breeding at first heat is accepted so long as calcium and other nutrients are given to prevent any damage to the damn. Breeding age has nothing to do with the quality of dog.
It's not an acceptable thing to do. Perhaps in the world of a byb such as yourself.

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Quality is judged by the pedigree as my clients well know.

Your "clients" only know what you tell them. The fact that they are buying puppies from you indicates your "clients" don't know you fit the criteria for byb/greeder.


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I encourage all people to do research and ask breeders for the parents pedigree and understand the problems the breed may have down the road. If you just pick someone off craigslist without papers than good luck because chances are they will have issues. DNA samples for damn and sier are also registered with AKC.
I believe the "clients" who buy from you need to have some of that good luck also. As to the dna samples of the "damn" and "sier", just as the registration papers are no indication of quality so are the dna samples.


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I just ask for you to educate yourself a bit more before jumping to several points with ZERO knowledge of the facts. :-(
After reading your posts we all here know who has the zero knowledge and in dire need of an education.
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Hello patchcarerobot,

Technically any animal that is in heat can breed successfully (Human, puppy.) Breeding at first heat is accepted so long as calcium and other nutrients are given to prevent any damage to the damn. Breeding age has nothing to do with the quality of dog. Quality is judged by the pedigree as my clients well know. I encourage all people to do research and ask breeders for the parents pedigree and understand the problems the breed may have down the road. If you just pick someone off craigslist without papers than good luck because chances are they will have issues. DNA samples for damn and sier are also registered with AKC. I just ask for you to educate yourself a bit more before jumping to several points with ZERO knowledge of the facts. :-(
Just, uh, FYI, since you seem to have missed that day in health class--human females don't "do" estrus.

Ahem, moving on.

It is people like you who keep people like me and my rescue buddies, sadly, in business.

We really want you to stop. A lot. As in, STOP IT.

Do not damn well breed your "damns" anymore.

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Breeding at first heat is accepted <snip>
Find me one, just one single licensed practicing Vet (that there is what they calls an animal doktor) who agrees with that portion of your statement pertaining to domesticated canines and I shall clean up your puppy poop for a year ...........

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