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Viewing all posts found for user Shadomoon
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Posted on: 5:01:10 PM 2/16/2008

Haha I agree with 3 sibes. Yes they do shed twice a year (my boy hardly sheds though... :D ).

They can be great dogs but need to be in a controlled environment at all times and need to understand YOU are the alpha. Sibes can be a hard ...

Posted on: 6:32:21 PM 2/4/2008

Really I see no issue with this. The mixed bred dogs have to be spay/neutered and thus cannot be bred to produce more "super performance puppies."

They would have to be required to pay a high fee which is said to be more than the normal I...

Posted on: 1:39:22 PM 1/24/2008

I breed, own, and show/train aussies. I can tell you that no dog is a like and what is being said here can be true but isnt always.

I have a vary of temperaments and personalities to all my dogs. My one acts like a golden, she is outgoin...

Posted on: 8:08:09 AM 1/15/2008

It is to my understanding that UKC's herding program was not up yet?

I use UKC for conformation and obedience and I will do weightpull. However I still show AKC mainly.

I prefer UKC's obedience program to AKC's but I dislike th...

Posted on: 8:29:25 AM 1/12/2008

I'm sorry all for not reading all of this. My head was spinning after page 2. I wanted to add something here.

The OP sold these pups with akc registration papers correct? Well if you want information on the stud, use the numbers you got...

Posted on: 8:05:40 AM 1/12/2008

Most of my dogs are linebred. If you know your lines, inbreeding and linebreeding can be prefectly fine. However the breeder that bred my one boy didnt know the lines like she thought and even though she did know of problems, she bred anyway. I ha...

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