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Old 08-28-2012, 06:22 PM
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she don't pin them down in a bad way !! just to say "oi stop licking my lips" lol..and yes she sees loads actually when we are out on walks and over dog parks as she is well socialised. yes she is a cross but lets not forget all our dogs were crossed at some point or another 4 us to have the breeds we do today !! yes she is from a second litter actually. this "mix" may not be 4 everyone but that could be said 4 alot of other breeds too
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^^ translation ^^ DO NOT BREED

She is a mix, and there is absolutely no reason for her to be bred. There are MILLIONS of mixed bred dogs in shelters all over, most of them end up being PTS because they don't have enough homes - same with even pure bred dogs. Honestly the references for "in the old days..blah blah" is not even valid. The only reason dogs were mixed in the past was to get a dog perfect for a specific job - this is no longer valid today because we have so many breeds and we don't have jobs for them anymore to do, and if we do need them - they are all covered already. Breeders that breed dogs and show them actually have a reason - to breed the dog to the perfect standard they can, even then they only breed once ALL the health checks have been done (and I'm not talking about a look over by a vet - I'm talking X-rays, blood tests, eye examination, hip test...ect...) and know that their dog is worthy of breeding (i.e. actually places in shows or sporting/working competitions), and at that - they will only breed when they have found a mate (with the above conditions) that will bring up the dogs weak points and vice versa. Also breeders have been researching and working for a long while before they even started breeding (most studied said breed for about 7-9 yrs). In this day and age, just breeding because you think it'll bring cute puppies is definitely look down at. Not only would it be taking away homes from dog in need of homes, but you realize that there is a very big chance that your dog will need a c-sections (base price 2000$) an worst case she will die.
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^^ translation ^^ DO NOT BREED

She is a mix, and there is absolutely no reason for her to be bred. There are MILLIONS of mixed bred dogs in shelters all over, most of them end up being PTS because they don't have enough homes - same with even pure bred dogs. Honestly the references for "in the old days..blah blah" is not even valid. The only reason dogs were mixed in the past was to get a dog perfect for a specific job - this is no longer valid today because we have so many breeds and we don't have jobs for them anymore to do, and if we do need them - they are all covered already. Breeders that breed dogs and show them actually have a rreason - to breed the dog to the perfect standard they can, even then they only breed once they ALL the heakth checks have been done (and I'm not talking about a look over by a vet - I'm talking X-rays, blood tests, eye examination, hip test...ect...) and know that their dog is worthy of breeding (i.e. actually places in shows or sporting/working competitions), and at that - they will only breed when they have found a mate (with the above conditions) that will bring up the dogs weak points and vice versa. Also breeders have been researching and working for a long while before they even started breeding (most studied said breed for about 7-9 yrs). In this day and age, just breeding because you think it'll bring cute puppies is definitely look down at. Not only would it be taking away homes from dog in need of homes, but you realize that there is a very big chance that your dog will need a c-sections (base price 2000$) an worst case she will die.
Ditto. I would NEVER breed a mix dog, or buy a mix that wasn't from a shelter/rescue. It's just contributing to the enormous problem of too many pets, not enough good homes.
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Back off, guys. It is irresponsible to intentionally crossbreed but what's done is done and this dog is obviously loved and cared for.
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Sorry ^^ I re-read the previous posts, I was under the impression she wanted to breed her girl. Just wanted to inform her.
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Sorry, OP Living next to what is basically a small puppy mill, this is a sensitive topic. Again, I apologize! Your pup is very pretty
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Honestly the references for "in the old days..blah blah" is not even valid. The only reason dogs were mixed in the past was to get a dog perfect for a specific job - this is no longer valid today because we have so many breeds and we don't have jobs for them anymore to do, and if we do need them - they are all covered already.

I'm with Blue pup here. Almost every BYB/irresponsible breeder of mixed breeds, harps on the 'But all dogs were mixed breeds once.' It is almost always, their excuse for breeding. It does get very old. Hopefully, the OP rescued this dog and is not breeding them.

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Wow lol....hello ppl lol. Ok no I don't want to breed I only came on to show cute pics lol....I love my special little cross, she is my baby and such a good girl. Also maybe if you had of asked about me you would of found out I homecheck 4 a few different rescues and help rehome myself....I'm all over places like fb telling ppl to rescue not buy and to stop breeding...pity I actually thought this could be somewhere where I can share and talk about my baby not get jumped on ..but at least you said worry
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^^ translation ^^ DO NOT BREED

She is a mix, and there is absolutely no reason for her to be bred. There are MILLIONS of mixed bred dogs in shelters all over, most of them end up being PTS because they don't have enough homes - same with even pure bred dogs. Honestly the references for "in the old days..blah blah" is not even valid. The only reason dogs were mixed in the past was to get a dog perfect for a specific job - this is no longer valid today because we have so many breeds and we don't have jobs for them anymore to do, and if we do need them - they are all covered already. Breeders that breed dogs and show them actually have a reason - to breed the dog to the perfect standard they can, even then they only breed once ALL the health checks have been done (and I'm not talking about a look over by a vet - I'm talking X-rays, blood tests, eye examination, hip test...ect...) and know that their dog is worthy of breeding (i.e. actually places in shows or sporting/working competitions), and at that - they will only breed when they have found a mate (with the above conditions) that will bring up the dogs weak points and vice versa. Also breeders have been researching and working for a long while before they even started breeding (most studied said breed for about 7-9 yrs). In this day and age, just breeding because you think it'll bring cute puppies is definitely look down at. Not only would it be taking away homes from dog in need of homes, but you realize that there is a very big chance that your dog will need a c-sections (base price 2000$) an worst case she will die.
i wouldn't say show dogs were the best to breed tbh....i have seen what these "breeders" have done to the breed over the years....the poor bulldogs and gsd are poor examples of the breed what you see in shows....i would rather go to a breeder who breeds 4 the police !!! even though their dogs you wouldn't be able to show !!...and as 4 my dog having a high chance of needing a c-section !! its no higher than any other dog !! unless you was stupid to breed a massive male with a small female !!
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