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    I am saying it would be only the judgement of the breeder, wouldnt he like to know that this girl has done well showing in conformation before breeding her. I would love to hear other people say the same thing that it isnt necessary because i will gladly dig up my first thread where i was told that it IS the best way to go about breeding a dog.

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    In terms of the schnauzer bitch I think if I had shown her and got to know the breeders better through doing this they would have done a full registration and been very happy to help and support me. I also think every purebred show dog should be successful in the show ring but then also successful at what ever else they should do according to their breed. And pass a serious temperament test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pepe001 View Post
    In terms of the schnauzer bitch I think if I had shown her and got to know the breeders better through doing this they would have done a full registration and been very happy to help and support me. I also think every purebred show dog should be successful in the show ring but then also successful at what ever else they should do according to their breed. And pass a serious temperament test.
    My breed were bred to catch rats on ships and act as alarm systems (barking)... mine is afraid of our pet rats and doesn't bark. He's a failure

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldog_Lover View Post
    Showing isnt the only way to know a quality dog.
    It's the only way to avoid kennel blindness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crested_Love View Post
    It's the only way to avoid kennel blindness.
    Huh? Lmao u drunk? Hehe
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    Thinking your own dogs are cream of the crop without having an experts opinion of them, when in fact they may not be that up to scratch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dan4nas View Post
    Thinking your own dogs are cream of the crop without having an experts opinion of them, when in fact they may not be that up to scratch.
    Hahaha oh I thought she was joking!!

    I sooo have that kennel thing going I think my ruby is perfect in everyway! From what I have read thou she seams to have grear features except for her teeth!
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    Oh wait and her head is a liitle narrow, still in the right category but I believe they prefer it to be a bit wider
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    lol, that is what she meant. and my girls are perfect to me in every which way aswell, but with the thoughts of breeding them in the future i am showing them to make sure they are up to scratch, if not, not happening.

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    In saying that the british bulldog standard imo should of evolved long ago for health reasons. There are mannnnny breeders that I came across that refuse to be involved in showing for that reason.
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