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Alaskan malamute stud dogs

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by littlenicky, May 22, 2010.


  1. littlenicky

    littlenicky PetForums Newbie

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    any good stud dogs in Dorset area??
     
  2. moboyd

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    Rather than asking this question, wouldnt it be better to research the breed fully, know which lines are compatible with your bitch, know that the dogs have had all relevant health tests, in fact if you had done any of the aforementioned things you would KNOW which stud dog was the right one, and no need to come on a forum asking this question.

    Mo
     
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  3. SpringerHusky

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    You may more trouble finding a good stud mal because your girlie is a huskamute. Your best luck is to do some more research, get the health tests and look for a stud that way. You want to try and do everything by the book for the safety of your girl :)

    but to answer your question, I do not know of any sorry.
     
  4. alaun

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    It would be better to find a stud dog that you want/compliments your bitch etc and be prepared to travel. If a perfect match turns out to be in Dorset, that's the icing in the cake.
     
  5. Sleeping_Lion

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    If having a litter is an issue of whether the stud dog is local, to be honest, I'd think twice. You may be lucky enough to have the best example of the breed two doors down from you, but really, it's a case of looking what you want from the mating, and if *distance to stud dog* is something that puts you off using a stud dog because he's EXACTLY what you want, I personally wouldn't be prepared to use stud dog *B* who might not be exactly what I wanted.
     
  6. Tanya1989

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  7. littlenicky

    littlenicky PetForums Newbie

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    ok thanks guys :)
     
  8. Starlite

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    seconded
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  9. dodigna

    dodigna PetForums VIP

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    what she said!
     
  10. littlenicky

    littlenicky PetForums Newbie

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    bit bitchy aha. only asking a question :lol:
     
  11. SpringerHusky

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    I don't think anyone's been bitchy :confused1: all just honest stuff, you asked a question you got a response.
     
  12. Starlite

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    we dont mean to come across as bitchy, honest lol!

    The fact is malamute registrations are on a major increase by alot of people with only £ signs in their eyes,

    us mally devotees want to protect our breed from this so recommend on research research research :thumbup:
     
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