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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldog_Lover View Post
    I would argue against that pugs I have deffinately seen it.
    I think some people have questioned some of the lame excuses people have given.

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    If it is a genuine reason then that's fine, like Pugger, she had no other choice. But some of the excuses you hear are pathetic.
    "I have to move interstate" - What? Does your dog get car sick?
    "I moved into a place that doesn't allow pets" - Did you even try to find pet friendly rentals, there are plenty around, I'd live in an upturned fridge to keep my dogs, yo9u don't have to live in the Ritz.

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    Bulldog, I agree that there has been judgements made. There will be on every forum. There will be people who think it is bad to re-home a dog regardless of it being a breeder re-homing or a pet owner re-homing.

    Re-homing is not a dirty word, it doesn't matter who is doing it.

    Could I re-home a dog? Yes.

    Could I re-home a dog that I currently own? I doubt that very much, but I would never ever rule anything out. You see, I don't have a crystal ball that allows me to see the future so I can't say. I can say though that at this point in time, re-homing one of my dogs is not a possibility.

    If I was a breeder, and being so pedantic about the health of the Pug and the issues I currently see in them, I would imagine I would HAVE to re-home those that I was not using in my breeding program so that I had room to introduce new healthy stock to build on my lines of Pugs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anne View Post
    People - it is a DOG. The greater majority of dogs handle re-homing like a walk in the park. It is the owners who think the dog will wither and die without them or that it is not good for them. What isn't good is being in a home that doesn't give a shit about them or where they are abused.

    Realism and priorities.
    Anne is right, if you desex and are careful about picking the home there is no reason not to rehome, this does allow the dog who has passed on his or her genetics to retire to what is a one or at least a few dog home instead of a breeder trying to breed on and improve without keeping too any dogs.

    The main key to being sure of a good home is to desex ALL dogs to be rehomed

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    Quote Originally Posted by puggerup View Post
    Firstly: the very first post this person made was along these lines:



    How do you think show breeder would take that comment Di? It's not only just an assumption, but it's a far fetched blanket statement.

    Secondly, when I said that being a registered breeder is a business, she not only challenged me on that, but accused me of being a person who happily re-homes dogs myself when I am done with them.
    Again, another assumption and another distasteful snide remark.

    I don't call people trolls very often, but this one, who claims to be a registered breeder, yet makes comments like she does, has me seriously doubting her legitimacy.
    Pugger that is not how how the post was written and you know it. I have not made any snide or distastful remarks, its just that ive never actually heard of dog breeding refered to as a business before. And I dont "claim" to be a registered breeder, i am a registered breeder although I have very few litters. Please enough of the nastiness, its not neccessary!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cavalierqld View Post
    Pugger that is not how how the post was written and you know it. I have not made any snide or distastful remarks, its just that ive never actually heard of dog breeding refered to as a business before. And I dont "claim" to be a registered breeder, i am a registered breeder although I have very few litters. Please enough of the nastiness, its not neccessary!
    I agree that Pugger has aimed some insults at you, but you have aimed them at her and others. You do it in a passive agressive way however, Pugger is just more 'in your face'.

    If you want to play the game and attack people then expect the same back. Don't cry 'unfair' when you are doing it as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crested_Love View Post
    Seriously, go back and READ what people have been saying, it's not about chucking out old stock it's about BREED IMPROVEMENT.
    I am also saying flat out, you are not a registered breeder, you have never been a registered breeder and you never will be a registered breeder if you cannot understand this simple concept.

    If it means one dog has to go to a new home to make way for better, healthier dogs then so be it. It's not like these dogs are being dumped at pounds, obviously they have lived with the breeder, they have been loved and cared for so they are found only the BEST homes to go to.

    People who rehome dogs because they don't have time for them, have decided to move etc is a completely different story, what benefit is there in rehoming these dogs other than it being purely personal?
    At least when breeders do it it is for a PURPOSE that will be shown in many generations and hundreds of dogs that will then have that particular line in their pedigree that was created by making more space.
    I understand that is the norm, and know why they rehome, that dosent mean I HAVE to agree with you. Those that rehome have the best interests of the IMPROVING THE BREED at heart, rather than the best interests of individual dogs. Kinda like sacrificing some for the good of all. Do you breed crested?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldog_Lover View Post
    Or possibly they just might believe what they believe even after a few insults... ??
    Not sure what you mean there...

    I do know if you get cavaliers on limited register, you can try to get them fully registered if you show them.
    I don't know of any Cavalier breeders who will sell fully registered pups to just anyone. They are always to known breeders who become known because of showing. So if cavalierqld doesn't show, I fail to see how she was able to get fully registered pups to breed from
    It doesn't make any sense. I know a fair amount about breeding cavaliers because I was looking into it myself. I got pretty in depth information from quite a few Cavalier breeders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by puggerup View Post
    Not sure what you mean there...

    I do know if you get cavaliers on limited register, you can try to get them fully registered if you show them.
    I don't know of any Cavalier breeders who will sell fully registered pups to just anyone.
    I do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by puggerup View Post
    I UNDERSTAND WHY THEY DO IT, it dosent mean its right! Just the personal opinion of a troll :-)

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