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American Lines in UK

Discussion in 'Dog Discussion' started by grchomm, Jun 17, 2020.

  1. grchomm

    grchomm Pup

    Has anybody come across any genuine american bloodlines in the uk or ireland ? Alot of people claim there dogs are from american stock has anybody got anymore info on this ?
  2. This should be a intresting topic.....
    you mean straight from the States yeah?not bred here for twenty years right?

    Could see it being no easy task.and not cheap either.
    still,its happend before,and no doubt it still dose happen.

    Some Garner bred dogs?would they be classed as American?i would of thought so..surely?

    Cant wait to see the replys.

    American Staffs btw.

    Pre 1835 lol.
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  3. there is plenty of documentation in books and websites
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  4. I dont no any from the present time.
    couple books from years back mention the subject.
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  5. Were ya from bro?
    ill do a weight pull with the dogs.
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  6. AGK

    AGK Super duper pooper scooper Administrator

    It's a pain in the ass. I'm in the process of shipping one to Hungary currently now that things have let up a little on flight restrictions from COVID-19. It's definitely not a cheap date for the buyer and it's a pain in the ass for the breeder unless you uses a transport service like A-Dawg does. He quoted me $3200. Keep in mind he picks up from the breeder and gets all the necessary documentation for the pup for flight like vaccines, health certification from a USDA registered Veterinarian, microchipping, passport, crate, flight to destination and delivery to buyer. Door to door service. It's less expensive but a huge inconvenience to the breeder for them to have to make all the arrangements. Either way it's no cheap date. Not including the price of the dog, you need to have at least 2k to talk about international transport. It's basically cheaper for you to fly to the US and pick up in person and fly back with the pup/dog than to just ship the dog.
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  7. CockneyRebel

    CockneyRebel Big Dog

    Yep it's a massive ball ache and good luck trying to explain to customs what your dog is.

    I'm not saying it can't be done but it will cost and shit load of money.
  8. Europeans have very great dogs
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  9. its cheaper

    hungarian wont get a damn visa to usa plus
    trough cargo
    shipping a dog from europe to usa around 800
    shipping from usa to europe 3000

    its a damn ripp off
  10. palooka

    palooka Premium Member Premium Member

    theres plenty of direct american imports about, not that that makes them any better

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