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    Just for interests sakes - Allie, my posts in response to the cav person are passive aggressive.
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    Anne, I think it looks like you have a bit of a hard on for cavalier LMAO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lala View Post
    Anne, I think it looks like you have a bit of a hard on for cavalier LMAO
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    In all honesty Anne it seems you are the one becoming 'upset' towards cavqld . They actually raise valid points in the bad byb verse bad registered breeder .
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    Umm, how am I upset Choppa? I thought my posts showed I was treating them with disdain? Man, I need to learn how to be more articulate....
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    LOL , no Anne , trust me you are quite articulate

    Perhaps not poking the bear might be more appropriate.
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    Aww, chops. Now when have you ever known my radar or beardar to be out? This bear needs prodding and poking, don't you worry.

    The interesting thing is, they obviously view my posts from what they have ass umed my thoughts/stance/ideas are. They wrongly ass umed initially that many of us are breeders and I also am quite certain of the fact they they wrongly ass ume a lot about what I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anne View Post
    Now, back to your usual passive aggressive style of post - I fail to comprehend why you must always drag registered breeders down in EVERY post you make. We were discussing a cross bred dog ans the 'ethics' comment which I explained in my personal way... and yet you drag it back to 'registered breeders'. You claim to be a registered breeder but you are the first to defend cross bred breeders and bybs it seems. I personally think you tell porkies.
    Thank you Anne for the quote tip, I will have to pay more attention when I do it...

    I'm sorry if you feel I am dragging down registered breeders, but I have always said there are a lot of great registered breeders in all my posts I think.
    I am a registered breeder and have been for 27 years, though choose to have very few litters and choose not to participate in shows for my own reasons. My gripe is with breeders, registered or not who have another agenda besides the ultimate welfare of the dogs in their care. I feel there is a place for the RESPONSIBLE breeding of crossbred dogs, although I dont think many of the "designer" breeds around now have been bred responsibly, there coats are unmanagable but many are great, and many owners of mixes would agree.
    I know we have differing opinions here anne, but my anger is just at those who use animals as a commodity or for money or are mistreated and abused in general, registered or not.

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    Sorry if I caused a battle here. Not my intention.
    There is less chance of the mating being a 'healthy' mating because there are not controls, no governing bodies, no paperwork and no history to a cross bred dog in general.

    Very, very, very few cross breeders actually LOOK INTO the lines of the dogs they are abut to mate.

    Most people who breed cross bred dogs are bybs. They don't answer to any CoE, they don't answer to any body that governs requirements for breeding and they are not judged by their peers.
    My only problem with this is that I feel like it is a generalization, and generalizations are dangerous. If a responsible breeder takes on the goal of creating healthy pets that meet a certain set of requirements (In this case, I would guess it is would be to create a small "Lab-Like" dog) and executes it in the proper way... What is wrong with that? Multiple generation health checks would be necessary, etc... everything that would go into breeding a registered breed and then some.

    What I think you pointed out is that a buyer of this puppy would have to be very knowledgeable, likely more knowledgeable than any buyer is. The fact that there is no third party involved other than the owner and the breeder is the problem.

    Again I think cross breeds can be great dogs and can be breed ethically, but it is very difficult.

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