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Posted on: 6:50:51 PM 3/18/2007

Is your bitch strong in conformation?

When selecting a dog for my bitch I assess her strong points and week points, with mine her under jaw could use improvement, then I look for a mate with strengths where she has weekness. If the male d...

Posted on: 7:06:35 PM 3/16/2007

Not all vets crop ears and those that do often specialize in one breed or another.

There are three different crops for the doberman alone, pet crop, military crop and show crop. Ask the vet to show you photos of the different crop so you ...

Posted on: 5:39:58 PM 3/16/2007


lets go back to your original post in this thread. If we keep the show quality ones and shove the rest back in then there would be nothing for them to argue about in these threads.

Posted on: 9:45:33 PM 3/14/2007

I would suggest puppy or basic obedience classes. I don't like the classes at Petco, Petsmart etc. I had a trainer come to my house one on one and they train you as well as the dog.

Remember you have a working dog and probably one of the...

Posted on: 8:50:18 PM 3/14/2007


I thought you were going to say leather and nylons for you.


Posted on: 8:42:36 PM 3/14/2007


If anything I am understating the cost. Ask Icy or any other show breeder on the forum if you don't believe me.

I didn't even mention the $200.00 dinners when we take our handler and her husband out at some of these shows...

Posted on: 5:46:26 PM 3/14/2007

I'm for shoving them back in, I like that one.

I have yet to breed my dogs but have spent a kings ransum to establish my foundation.

Purchased a female I want for my foundatio $3,000.00
Purchased the puppy I want for s...

Posted on: 5:21:42 PM 3/14/2007

Try stone dust. You get it from the local stone quarry. If you put down a minimum of 6" to 8" you should get pretty good footing even when wet and it is less expensive than the rubber footing. You can even pick up a york rake attachment for a lawn...

Posted on: 7:24:33 PM 3/9/2007

Not wanting to start an argument here but I believe it does have an effect on the dogs growth especially if it is a large breed.

The dog will grow to it's full height but I believe they need the hormones to fill out to their potential.

Posted on: 7:14:41 PM 3/9/2007

Buy a quality male from one line that you like and a female from another quality line that you also like. Breed them, choose a female you like from that litter. Breed them again and keep a male you like from that litter. Breed the kept male and fe...

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