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    hi , well reason for one of the bitches i had moved on and getting zoey is i had my fair share in horrible temperments terv are known for skitished tempermnets . my boys is good and he is very laid back loves people . zoey tends to be miss socailable lol she is liek look at me look at me sorta dog so i hope tahts is ok in teh dog ring

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    Well it sounds like their temperaments are lovely, and that's what concerns me most.

    Go to too many breeders homes and they won't even allow you near the sire and dam. Now why is that? Oh, they're a bit funny around strangers? Really?

    Swish swish...DA is outta there.
    Please always put the temperament first. Then how well they conform to the expected standard. Then what your dogs can offer to the breed as a whole.

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    It is a free country and breeders are free to breed in what ways it suits them. I too would want temperament in a companion dog but I would want breed perfection I guess if I was showing.

    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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    ok so ill tell ya 5 years ago i bought a gronedale male and he attached me at 4 mth old leaving stiches we did try to show him but he was horrible i got disquialfied when he was a pup . it had turned me off showing sadly i went though thousand of dollars of training and i sent him back to the breeder who she hasd him putdown , i didnt get a refund or anything though ,

    so then i bought another bitch 1 year later from another kennel and she has elpitic fits so i had to have her put down wasnt fair on her .

    then and year and half after that we were offered a bitch to show she was 4 mth old buts he was so nevous she would poo herself so i returned her .

    so had decided to do reseach on hips , eyes , elpitic witch are all common in belgians i was looking for a strong line and i have found thoes too . im not saying there pefect to a show stanadrd i think my amle has some faults he is feet tend to be spaid but my female is a very good exapmle of the breed . i dont think u will get any animal or dog perfect its all touch and go really and letting them devolop as well

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    Lets talk about Ruby...she is a sweet girl...loves humans....looks nice and have had some wins etc. HOWEVER...she seems to be a tad "snappy" with other dogs sometimes. NOW...if this doesn't correct itself...then I will not use her for breeding. It is NOT a trait I want to pass on to my puppies and definitely a trait I do not want due to their breed history. I don't care how fabulous she is...if her temperament is not bullet proof...then out come the reproductive organs....end of story!

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    look after learning abit about dogs and temperments u shoudl aim to breed for temperment and standard alot of breeder go standards though

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    Quote Originally Posted by kat99 View Post
    look after learning abit about dogs and temperments u shoudl aim to breed for temperment and standard alot of breeder go standards though
    breed standard INCLUDES temperament for the chosen breed

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    see when i buying a dog i had to look for tempermnet as well due to have a young child i couldnt risk nasty snappy dogs
    at all and they are safe to take naywhere always wags there tails when meeting people .

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    Quote Originally Posted by kat99 View Post
    see when i buying a dog i had to look for tempermnet as well due to have a young child i couldnt risk nasty snappy dogs
    at all and they are safe to take naywhere always wags there tails when meeting people .
    my dogs LOVE kids and so they should as per breed standard! Sumo loves everything...big goofball! Ruby can however be temperamental and hormonal I guess

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    I feel though it can not be guaranteed in any dog that exemplary temperament will result as they too, like humans are subject to their own emotions. I feel it can only be striven for.

    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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