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

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    DoG am I ripping myself off? How silly of me! LOL! I should have prethought this before just jumping in and breading any old thing!

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    I'm not sure Hyacinth i have not tested this area of the bread and I will not be hip scoring or anything else vital so the price is a good price for this genuine bread!

    LOL!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cate0404 View Post
    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.

    I'll take 2 then!

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    This must be my lucky day - well if they are that in demand I will bread her again as soon as she has her next season and then I can make more money!!!!!

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    Whats the expiry date of the Whippypump before they go stale?
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    I'm sorry MYF I do not give a guarantee and I have not tested these breads so I am not able to answer your question. But if you want one you will have to be quick... they're selling like hotcakes

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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. :-)

    Bahahahah - Oh my god, the funniest thing I have heard this year so far. Thanks Tim.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim O'Connor View Post
    I have had cross bread dogs all my life and most of my mates have cross bread dogs .
    OMG, that must be the second funniest thing. I am so glad I logged in tonight. Seriously though, I have also heard that crossing say, sourdough bread with high fibre means that the resulting off spring bread are incredibly healthy. In fact, I have even heard that they produce high fibre breads! Unbelievable isn't it?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    Would a whippypump stay still on the plate long enough for you to put some filling on it?
    I actually manage to find a breader of peanut moodle the other day. It will be fabulous with Puggers whippypump I am sure.
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    I WANT A PEANUT MOODLE!!! NOW!!!!



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