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

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

    Hi, I have a 4 year old female groodle (golden retriever x standard poodle) that i am wanting to put with an old english sheep dog so if you know or have a male old english sheep dog i would love to hear from you.

    Thanks heaps Tim.
    Last edited by Tim O'Connor; 01-02-2010 at 12:11 PM.

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    What would you call the puppies? Old English groodles?

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    What positive input to the dog world could you give by deliberately cross breeding 3 different breeds
    Last edited by Aussie Floyd; 01-02-2010 at 12:23 PM.

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    He's just taking the piss AF

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    yeah they would be called old english groodles

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    well I want to put a Chi with a Great Dane (naturally of course cause I can't afford AI)
    so maybe instead of using an Old English sheep dog to put with your Groodle you can use one of my Great Chidane pups?

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    Thank you Pugger...

    IMO another bloody troll has hopped on board.

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    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. :-)

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    Ha.....Love it puggerup.

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