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May 09, 2011 15:52 |  #1

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May 09, 2011 17:12 |  #2

what a big litter! Great colours too, you will have alot of fun photographing them as they grow.




  
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May 09, 2011 20:25 |  #3

Cute pups. You'll have lots of photo op's with all those puppies.


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May 09, 2011 20:43 as a reply to  @ DanThoman's post |  #4

shots of parents?




  
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May 09, 2011 21:00 as a reply to  @ thekid17's post |  #5

check the pitbull thread ;) ^


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May 09, 2011 21:09 |  #6

Cute pups, do you have pedigrees on the parents?


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May 09, 2011 21:17 as a reply to  @ kady05's post |  #7

i dont


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May 10, 2011 19:31 |  #8

First words out of my fiancee's mouth? "Aaaaawwwwwwww!!!! I want one!"


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May 10, 2011 20:02 |  #9

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Well, that's just lovely.. no health testing either I assume?


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May 10, 2011 20:45 |  #10

kady05 wrote in post #12386162 (external link)
Well, that's just lovely.. no health testing either I assume?

..... how does not having a pedigree equal no health testing?

Simply ridiculous comment.


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May 10, 2011 21:02 |  #11

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..... how does not having a pedigree equal no health testing?

Simply ridiculous comment.

Because generally speaking, people that breed dogs with no pedigrees don't do health testing either. Just a fact. I work in rescue, see it all the time.


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May 10, 2011 21:11 |  #12

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Because generally speaking, people that breed dogs with no pedigrees don't do health testing either. Just a fact. I work in rescue, see it all the time.

And assumptions like that make you look like, well, an ass.


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May 10, 2011 21:39 |  #13

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And assumptions like that make you look like, well, an ass.

Fine with me! We'll see what OP says, maybe he'll prove me wrong in my assumption.

For the record, I don't think un-papered dogs should be bred. And I definitely don't think dogs that haven't been health tested should be bred either.


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May 10, 2011 21:54 as a reply to  @ kady05's post |  #14

For the record, I don't put much into paper. I also don't put much into dog snobbery. I care more about the dog than the line they come with.


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May 11, 2011 05:52 |  #15

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For the record, I don't put much into paper. I also don't put much into dog snobbery. I care more about the dog than the line they come with.

I'm not being a snob, I'm being realistic. I have 2 mutts from BYB's.
Go work at a shelter for awhile and watch how many "purebred Pittbulls" come in that the owners thought they could find great homes for.. big surprise, now they're in a shelter and more than likely going to be PTS. Or just browse CL, thousands of ads for Pit Bull pups.

Not to say that dogs with papers don't end up in shelters, but if the breeder has papers on the dogs, and takes the time (and spends the money) to health test, and also work their dogs (whether is be in conformation, or other dog sports), the pups are usually sold before they are born, with a contract. Health testing, to me, is VERY important; if I'm going to spend X amount on a dog, it's parents better have their hips, eyes, elbows, patella's & cardiac done, as well as any breed specific health issues (like Ataxia for Am Staffs).
I'm not against breeding, or breeders (I have a dog from a breeder myself), but I am against irresponsible breeding, and about 95% of breeders are irresponsible and shouldn't be breeding dogs.


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