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    i like summacoast belgians ,

    hi Cleasanta,
    the reason i would like to pair these two up one day .
    they have lovely set upright verticle ears .thats are nice and rouneded to the tip.
    my female has a lovely denisty of coat still devoloping and will get btter i have being commented on her coat all teh time from breeders.
    they both have a very even blanced body with free moving movements ,and both have equal height at the withers , this is why one day i would like to breed them . i have had a breedr i got my male off comment on my bitch on how they would produce lovely pups another breeder that i know quite well she breeds gronedale but use to have terverun said they are both very well balanced dogs . i hope this has anwered ur question

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    That sounds great. I wish you all the best.

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    It's fun to pick out your kennel name.
    I won't be breeding for a few years yet but I have already started thinking of kennel names just for fun.

    I would hold off registering your kennel until you have been on the show circuit a while and your dogs have gained their titles.
    There is such a thing as kennel blindness, where you think your dogs are just absolutely the bees knees, when really, they are only average.
    Showing them and getting them out in the public eye soon lets you know how good your dog(s) really are.

    I am actually the opposite, I guess I'm Kennel Sight lol I see every tiny little fault in my dogs, and I am guilty of fault judging when looking at other dogs.
    I took my new pup to a show 2 weeks ago for the first time. I was expecting a lot of criticism from people, but was pleasantly surprised at the kind words people had to say. The only fault they could pick was the obvious one of him having a tight tail.

    Basically my point is, sometimes it doesn't matter what YOU think of your dogs, especially when you are just starting out, it's how well they perform in the show ring.

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    Goodonya.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    Kat, to be totally blunt, I'm more interested in their temperament than anything they win or lose in the show ring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kat99 View Post
    i like summacoast belgians ,

    hi Cleasanta,
    the reason i would like to pair these two up one day .
    they have lovely set upright verticle ears .thats are nice and rouneded to the tip.
    my female has a lovely denisty of coat still devoloping and will get btter i have being commented on her coat all teh time from breeders.
    they both have a very even blanced body with free moving movements ,and both have equal height at the withers , this is why one day i would like to breed them . i have had a breedr i got my male off comment on my bitch on how they would produce lovely pups another breeder that i know quite well she breeds gronedale but use to have terverun said they are both very well balanced dogs . i hope this has anwered ur question
    sure...my only concern is...all your reasons are aesthetic reasons...not ONE of them were temperament or health related!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Kat, to be totally blunt, I'm more interested in their temperament than anything they win or lose in the show ring.
    For me it's their temperament and their ability to do their job

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    Oh gosh I hope I don't offend, but not all breeders are like MAC or Nattylou or Ashaari or...can't remember.

    A lot of them are so NOT like the above-mentioned ppl. All many care about is how their ruddy dog look and how many titles they get, and couldn't give a blue razoo about the dog's character and temeperament. Not to mention the amount who whether they know they shouldn't or not, still DO breed from dogs they medically and genetically shouldn't.

    Okay, rant over...*embarrassed face*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Oh gosh I hope I don't offend, but not all breeders are like MAC or Nattylou or Ashaari or...can't remember.

    A lot of them are so NOT like the above-mentioned ppl. All many care about is how their ruddy dog look and how many titles they get, and couldn't give a blue razoo about the dog's character and temeperament. Not to mention the amount who whether they know they shouldn't or not, still DO breed from dogs they medically and genetically shouldn't.

    Okay, rant over...*embarrassed face*
    200% agree. I'm not worried about offending the people here though - they aren't like that AFAIK

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Oh gosh I hope I don't offend, but not all breeders are like MAC or Nattylou or Ashaari or...can't remember.

    A lot of them are so NOT like the above-mentioned ppl. All many care about is how their ruddy dog look and how many titles they get, and couldn't give a blue razoo about the dog's character and temeperament. Not to mention the amount who whether they know they shouldn't or not, still DO breed from dogs they medically and genetically shouldn't.

    Okay, rant over...*embarrassed face*
    I agree... there is a lot of emphasis on looks and not enough on health and temperament.

    I have seen my mum go down a long road of buying poodles from breeders only to have them turn out so timid they couldn't be shown.

    At least all the poodles she has are in good health, thanks to health testing.

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