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    I think it's more of a boys' thing, but I have known women who were fiercely protective of their male dogs' crown jewels too!
    Last edited by Beloz; 08-25-2011 at 01:30 PM.

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    No worries, just had to make sure! Thanks Beloz!

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    don't worry ... i don't have intentions to breed him. i agree, i think there are more than enough dogs out there than to go creating puppies for the fun of it !

    i understand the reasons behind limited registers. my parter reckons that these pups were put on one because 'they are just SOOO good that the breeder doesn't want us benfiting from them and winning dog shows.' bless his cotton socks !!! i didn't have the heart to say anything back ...

    thanks for all the feedback everyone. very much appreciated.

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    oh - and so i'm guessing that the term back yard breeder is exlaclty what i was questioning ... people breeding puppies who can't be registered ?

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    pretty much.....just for profit and no ethics
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    Quote Originally Posted by reyzor View Post
    pretty much.....just for profit and no ethics
    Not every back yard breeder does this.
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    i just typed in that term on the search here and got a great explanation from a sticky thread. so i've answered my own question now ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldog_Lover View Post
    Not every back yard breeder does this.
    true, but if you are an ethical breeder then you would be registered..... in saying that, not every registered breeder is ethical.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by reyzor View Post
    true, but if you are an ethical breeder then you would be registered..... in saying that, not every registered breeder is ethical.......
    Registered with what or whom?
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    A realist just finishes the damn thing and refills it.

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    You can ask the breeder to change the status of Limited Register to Full Register up until the dog is 3 years of age. There is a cost involved in doing this.

    For the breeder to do this they should see the dog and assess whether they think the dog is worth breeding from.

    However breeders have lots of reasons why a dog is sold on the limited register and it could be anything from; they do not feel the dog is the best example (at time of sale) to be bred from to quite simply the person purchasing the dog was after a pet.

    For you to find the right bitch for your dog, and generally speaking it's the person with the bitch that approaches the person with the dog you would need to become members of Dogs XXX (whatever state you are in), show the dog and get him out there to be seen and to see how he compares.

    Before breeding a Golden there are several diseases that they are tested/x-ray for.

    Perhaps your OH should come to my place while the girls are in season and listen to my forlorn boys howl and cry and not listen to a word I say. One week of listening to the carry on and I'm sure he'll be ringing the vet himself to book your boy in .

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