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Thread: Looking for a Male Old English Sheep Dog That Has (NOT) Been Desexed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim O'Connor View Post
    When you cross breed dogs they tend to take the best characteristics of those three breed. Unlike pure breeds which over time tend to produce the negative aspects of their genetic characteristics....like hip dysplasia in the golden retrievers. Or if you cross staffies with a less mucle dense breed you can alleviate alot of their genetic knee issues. :-)
    Myth!!!

    When you cross with 3 breeds the pups have a huge risk of taking on all 3 genetic problems from each breed.

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    I have had cross bread dogs all my life and most of my mates have cross bread dogs and never had problems with them but hey im not saying that if you x breed dogs you will never ever have somthing go wrong with them it just reduces genetic problems.

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    "bread" is what I use to make lunch.

    Tim, you have an equal chance of getting the bad genes as the good genes - unless you test to make sure that both parents do not have the bad genes. I'm willing to bet you don't do that.

    As best I can tell you're just making work for shelters and rescue dog homes. I reckon you're here because the Old English Sheep Dog breeders club wants nothing to do with people like you.

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    Im gonna breed my Schmoodle with my Chitrowoodle.
    That'll be a gorgeous combination.
    Education not Legislation

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim O'Connor View Post
    When you cross breed dogs they tend to take the best characteristics of those three breed. Unlike pure breeds which over time tend to produce the negative aspects of their genetic characteristics....like hip dysplasia in the golden retrievers. Or if you cross staffies with a less mucle dense breed you can alleviate alot of their genetic knee issues. :-)
    Or the worst!!!!!

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    Well if we are "happy breading" I want to bread my whippet with a pumpernickel loaf.
    Gorgeous......and yummy! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by cate0404 View Post
    Well if we are "happy breading" I want to bread my whippet with a pumpernickel loaf.
    Gorgeous......and yummy! LOL
    sounds interesting...throw me a slice...will ya?

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    No worries.....that's one "whippypump" pup gone, any other takers? But I will have to warn you Clea this is a designer bread so I am selling them for $3,550.











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    Oh Whippypumps are my favourite.. I'll take one.. then bread it with rye when it turns 12 months

    Whippyryepumps are worth more money too.

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    Would a whippypump stay still on the plate long enough for you to put some filling on it?

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