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  • in reply to: Breeding #75793
    kittykatt
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    I do agree with Samoyed on this one… A breeder has to start somewhere to become a “seriuse” breeder.. some doing it for the quantity and other not.. but she might want to do it and no one here should be able to stop her. IMO off course as Opinions is aloud to be shared here right without getting head bitten off.

    I am one of those that never would buy a GSD with a contract saying not aloud to breed on or must be spayd…  I cant stand those type of contracts, not saying I would breed at all, but I am brought up with inteacked bitches and males and want them like that.

    Just my opinio,

    Hey love your GSD, stunning. 😉

    in reply to: How to become a dog trainer #76916
    kittykatt
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    Thansk, I am not sure I will have a look.. to be honest, I am not sure what to look for as there are not the many GSD owner what I have seen of here in London.
    I think I have seen 2 in 7 years in the parks… ::) sigh lol…

    ANd you can call me jess if you like 😉

    in reply to: How to become a dog trainer #76914
    kittykatt
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    [quote author=piglet link=topic=965.msg10869#msg10869 date=1122464897]
    Hiya,

    I’m in the UK aswell 🙂

    We have UK lines obviously, but they are inter-bred with German and US lines so you’ll probably see a mixture over here.

    The UK seem to have the awful problem that dogs with bad hips are being bred in as a result of non-tested / non-scored matings so be prepared for your fair share of HD/ED dogs. 

    As a breed I find them gentle and sensitive but alot of people, even dog owners fear them so they can struggle in general classes because they pick up the worries and fears of other owners who dont understand the breed.

    Good on you for working with the breed – in the UK they have alot of predudice (sp?) along with rotties and dobies.  People look, see them breed and think they’ll bite me.

    Claire.
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    Thank you claire.
    I am looking into more of this.. I have thought about (when having a house off course LMAO) to import a GSD from Sweden, maybe not for Show, but for tracking.
    But still thinking about it.
    I would never ever breed a GSD if there were a sign of bad HD/ED in them, or if the temp was not up to standard.
    And to be honest i dont think I would breed at all, but never say never lol.

    in reply to: How to become a dog trainer #76909
    kittykatt
    Member

    Yes it would be GSD, I have personally experience about 15 years of them, but those have been in Sweden.
    I would direct me to the UK lines though as I live there.

    Thank you for the link and I will have a read 🙂

    in reply to: How to become a dog trainer #76907
    kittykatt
    Member

    great info, I am looking into this as well.. but rather would like to be mainly for one breed.

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