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Old 02-23-2010, 06:01 PM   #21
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Plenty of show dogs are horrible examples of thier breeds. Shows have turned the English Bulldog into a cartoon and medical nightmare. Too many "show" dogs are inbred and unhealthy in the long run. Instincts, temperaments, brains and ability have little to do with show dogs either. It's strictly a beauty contest. You won't find a single working police dog, great hunting dog, assistance dog, etc. that was breed from "show" dogs.

Yes a dog should have good basic confirmation, should be healthy, shouldn't have congenital defects, etc. if you are going to breed them and showing a dog is some indication of this. It's not the end all be all though.

You obviously have a problem dog. Getting a show dog doesn't mean you would have a better dog. People need to do reasonable research plus check both parents for health and temperament before you invest your money and a significant portion of your life and heart into a pet.
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THANX EVERYONE
Didn't think there would be so many dog lovers in here what with everyone and their mother being a cat person in here

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How's the proud Mom holding up. Nothing better than the stink of puppy breath or needle sharp teeth. GLWS!
She's doing great, eats like a horse, but otherwise looks MUCH better than she did before she got pregnant: before she was all dinky and skinny, now she filled out and looks like a healthy, beautiful dog. Pregnancy did wonders for her.

They are TEARING UP her teats though. The bastards already have some sharp *** teath and they absolutely destroy her lol. She stopped feeding them already cause they nearly bit her **** off LOL...she has scars on them

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How many shows have any of those dogs won and what kind of health testing did you do before breeding them? I'm guessing none for both.
No shows. Some health testing but nothing major. Just the regular vet checkups. I don't give a **** about SHOWS or any of that bullshit. I want a smart, obedient dog and that is exactly what I have with both the female and male. Hopefully the puppies turn out as smart and obedient. I really couldn't ask for more.
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Nice pups tho, how many were in the litter?
11. One died immediately after birth though so 10.
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Plenty of show dogs are horrible examples of thier breeds. Shows have turned the English Bulldog into a cartoon and medical nightmare. Too many "show" dogs are inbred and unhealthy in the long run. Instincts, temperaments, brains and ability have little to do with show dogs either. It's strictly a beauty contest. You won't find a single working police dog, great hunting dog, assistance dog, etc. that was breed from "show" dogs.

Yes a dog should have good basic confirmation, should be healthy, shouldn't have congenital defects, etc. if you are going to breed them and showing a dog is some indication of this. It's not the end all be all though.

You obviously have a problem dog. Getting a show dog doesn't mean you would have a better dog. People need to do reasonable research plus check both parents for health and temperament before you invest your money and a significant portion of your life and heart into a pet.
Yeah I don't give a **** about shows. My dog knows a buttload of commands, is very smart, obedient, and an excellent protector of the property. He is an absolute pleasure to own, had him since he was 6 weeks old and now he's a very proud and caring father. My whole family loves him so much.
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****, 11 is a pretty hefty litter! I bet she slept for 2 days afterwards.
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Awesome man I really like the white one, hes gonna look badass when grown. And Canker gtfo with that ------ry.
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Thanx guys. Yeah we were SHOCKED at the ammount. They just kept shooting and shooting out

I was like "BITCH ARE YOU MADE OF RUBBER?"
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Average is like 6 or 7. Was she BIG pregnant? I can imagine so with 10 pounds of puppy meat in her. That almost sounded like a bad line from really bad ****.
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That's the thing though: she was really not that big. Average size at the most. And then bam
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Old 02-23-2010, 11:52 PM   #28
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How many do you plan to keep?
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1 for me, 1 for my bro.
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Noice.

I miss having a dog so much. My last was awesome. 97 lbs with no fat, half lab and half golden, yet she looked a lot like an all-black Shepherd.
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Old 03-01-2010, 04:49 AM   #32
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Stop it! If I were in a position that I could have a dog (and I REALLY want one) I would be making a road trip out to your place and pick one up. Beautiful dogs. GSD's are generally some of the best well rounded dogs you can own. My aunt has a retired police GSD and she is the biggest sweetheart. A 100lb dog that comes up to your stomach that tries to climb in your lap and curl up, and lets children pull on her fur and ride her and she just goes along with it. But when she needs to she can get mean and protect the house and family in it. Awesome dogs.

Dad has that classic GSD look that most people know, very beautiful coat and face shape. Mom looks more traditional. I hate not being able to have a dog. I always had them, growing up but for the last 6 or 8 years I haven't been in a good position to live with an animal, so I've done the smart thing and kept it out of mind.
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dogs, **** yeah 8-)
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Stop it! If I were in a position that I could have a dog (and I REALLY want one) I would be making a road trip out to your place and pick one up. Beautiful dogs. GSD's are generally some of the best well rounded dogs you can own. My aunt has a retired police GSD and she is the biggest sweetheart. A 100lb dog that comes up to your stomach that tries to climb in your lap and curl up, and lets children pull on her fur and ride her and she just goes along with it. But when she needs to she can get mean and protect the house and family in it. Awesome dogs.

Dad has that classic GSD look that most people know, very beautiful coat and face shape. Mom looks more traditional. I hate not being able to have a dog. I always had them, growing up but for the last 6 or 8 years I haven't been in a good position to live with an animal, so I've done the smart thing and kept it out of mind.
Yeah man, they're a blast.
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We've always had GSD's. Had to put my last one down when he was 9 :( Spinal issues and nothing they could do. Wife and I would love another GSD and have the land for a dog but we aren't home enough and I would feel like *** not being home for the dog.

SRSLY Ship me one. If it came in the mail I would have no leg to stand on and have to keep it.

Oh and they are cute as hell BTW.
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Sweet dogs man!

How much are you selling them for?
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Hey, a non-faggy (no cat) pet thread. How'd I miss it?

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Default I want to post pics of my GSD

Here is my German Shepherd.

First two she is about 10-12 weeks old.

Next about 8 months.

The snow pic she is just over a year there.
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Ours came out of Litter of 12.
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