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    Default How to be a great prospect as a owner of one of your pups?

    Hi breeders.

    Whilst i have enjoyed showing dogs in my younger days. I left with a sour taste in my mouth for confirmation shows. And in the past 20yrs ive not been tempted back. So i will not be showing your dog. Nor will i be competing in agility/obedience, again, something i no longer am interested in. So i understand, im not going to be the one, that gets YOUR kennel noticed.

    I never want to breed

    I also wont want to desex till one year old, perferably two. But no breeding opportunities here.

    What i offer is: 2 other desexed dogs, 2 pups who come here for doggy day care, a LOT of training, tracking, water work, scent work, trick training, camping in bush, ute rides and teenagers gallore to wind pups up. And 500acres to do it in.

    How would i phrase that, so it sounds like a non whingey version of:
    Im not going to increase your popularity by winning shows, but the pup you give me, is almost guaranteed to get a better quality of life, than the rest of the litter?

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    I have found a litter, born on sunday of long haired GSD's.
    Ive sent my creepy bum arse lick letter to breeder, begging for a male. Fingers crossed she responds. Pullease!

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    You know that blog about why avoid puppy farms...

    puppy breeder research
    How to get a puppy from us (or another good breeder) | Ruffly Speaking

    puppy buyer etiquette
    Puppy buyer etiquette | Ruffly Speaking

    puppy buyer etiquette part two - expressing preferences.
    Puppy Buyer Etiquette (slightly) continued: Expressing preferences | Ruffly Speaking

    there's heaps of great stuff on that blog...

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    If you wore a short skirt and showed heaps of clevage i'd sell ya a pup ....


    Quote Originally Posted by reyzor View Post
    Education is important, but big biceps are more importanter ...
    DONT SIC YOUR DOGMA ON ME !

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