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Discussion in 'Breeder Discussion' started by nutty6464, May 1, 2015.

  1. nutty6464

    nutty6464 Pup

    If you had a tight bred dog off of well known parents, you can feel that it is special an you cant make a repeat breeding an you have a opportunity to breed it to a gr.ch. ,or a ch. would you breed him or her before you check the dog
  2. nmdogs

    nmdogs Big Dog

    Your special dog could be another's
    Cull just my opinion but I rather know
    The dog is special rather than going
    On a feeling ... if it's a repeat breeding
    Your dog is from I take a good look into
    The first litter and the litter mates of
    My dog before anything Is done with my
    Dog especially breeding ...also about
    Breeding to a gr ch or ch you need to know
    What it produced ,what it was bred too
    Because in many cases performance
    Doesn't always equal production !
    Again this is just my opinion. ..

  3. ursaminor

    ursaminor Premium Member Premium Member

    Sounds like u looking for an excuse to breed the dog? U already know what people that breed untested dogs are called. There are plenty of studs out there what's the hurry?
  4. CajunBoulette

    CajunBoulette CH Dog

    You feel it's a special dog but it's never been tested???? Just my opinion but if it was my ch or gr ch I wouldn't breed it to an untested bitch...

    March isn't the only month for Madness!!
  5. ursaminor

    ursaminor Premium Member Premium Member

    Just because u own it or the dog is close to you don't mean is anything special but another dog. Maybe u could elaborate what special is? Untested dogs are dime a dozen.


    good response NM...
    If your looking to breed the bitch you should already know what you need too...
    If you take that chance and breed the SPEACIL dog, I would wait until that litter is of age and see if that choice was the right one...
    Then make an assesment on should she evan be touched or brood, who wants a litter of a cull???
    Consider her a stay at home mother cause putting her in the work force will give you more to gamble on then if the litter clicked off her...
    I know a persons whom best litter came off a bitch that later stopped, breed her agian???
    For the first generation, YES... For the longevity of a FAMILY, NO!!!
  7. bounty

    bounty Big Dog

    I say its your dog, breed it if you want and don't worry what the internet Warriors think. As long as you are keeping the entire litter, you aren't doing wrong by anyone but your self.
  8. AGK

    AGK Super duper pooper scooper Administrator

    All make valid points but I agree with this the most ----^
  9. slim12

    slim12 Super Moderator Staff Member

    I would say the same as bounty, it is your dog, only you has input on that decision. And whichever you decide will require no justification nor an explanation.

    There is no correlation between a tested dog that can produce or an untested dog that can produce. Performance and production are on opposite ends of the spectrum.

    Tested/checked/schooled are terms people use to get the warm fuzzies about their future plans. Not a lot more to it than that. S
  10. ursaminor

    ursaminor Premium Member Premium Member

    Good point Bounty but when you have to ask and ask internet warriors at that then one can only assume he is confused, lacks common sense, inexperienced or all three combined and does not understand the consequences of those actions anyway. If he was to do whatever he wants he would of done it already without asking but he did ask tho. Really should make no difference if he keeps, sells or culls them all, after all its his dogs and he can do whatever he wants with them.


    Its good to valuate others opinons on certian situations regaurdless how much you know as others opinons can get you thinking different...
    I like reading others opinons and sharing mine as the interaction keeps me learning...
    Good thread, IMO...
  12. Naustroms

    Naustroms CH Dog

    One of the key things to have when breeding is honesty. Honesty with yourself and what you have. Having an animal deemed too special (for whatever reason) to risk losing isn't a new concept. As long as you can stick to a standard and judge the offspring correctly then I see no issue with moving forward.

    The suspicions start to rise when EVERY generation is deemed too valuable and theres 15 years of "brood stock". But again, even if somes just breeding shit, as long as they can be honest with themselves, their intentions and the quality of their line of untested dogs then more power to them.
  13. nutty6464

    nutty6464 Pup

    The reason for this post is me an a fellow dog man was talking about this an I wanted to see other peoples views on it

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