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dog breeding dos and donts ... the correct way

Discussion in 'Dog Breeding' started by dimkaz, Aug 7, 2009.


  1. dimkaz

    dimkaz PetForums VIP

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    hi all,
    i am quite new to this forum, and was wondering whether there is the opportunity to open for a more methodical debate... or not... well, i know it might seem boring or even irrespective of the years of experience that most PF people have, however i was thinking that together we can raise some of the "problems" deriving from breeding (and other topics eventually) and discuss them on such ways to cover all the aspects methodically, raise issues etc, with the final aim of building a knowledge base that we can all access and keep up to date.
    for example i recently needed some brushing up of my knowledge on genetics and have asked my sister, biotech/geneticist at Edinburgh University, and i'm sure that there is much more people with some specialised knowledge that frequent this forum (for example pet animal husbandry, behavioural scientists, etc etc...) i suppose that if we get together we can generate so much knowledge that would finally result of benefit to all of us and weed out the load of all old MW tales and factoids without any foundation that we can still see in some posts... and would also constitute a repository where we can go and get the relevant information we are looking for or prompt the community, if the information isn't there, to do some more research...

    please don't throw stones at me, i'm only trying to do something positive!
    and i also volunteer to review the contributions and collate them in documents with appropriate references (with the help of others obviously)!
    :)
    d
     
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