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is my staffy bad 4 breed

Discussion in 'Dog Breeding' started by wizard79, Jul 2, 2009.


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  1. wizard79

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    :001_tt2::001_tt2::001_tt2:lovley dog 1 of the best
     

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  2. DevilDogz

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    Sorry that is a question that can Not be told by a picture like said before! Health tests need to be done before people can judge if this dog is good and healthy enought to sire a litter
     
  3. sequeena

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    He might look good but you can't be sure until you have health tests done.

    My GSD looks amazing but the breed has bad problems with the hips and I won't know her hip score until I get her tested.
     
  4. wizard79

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    i no what ya saying look at pic he caint be knocked he is show material
     
  5. sallyanne

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    Hi,
    As I've already explained,he has a few faults and he is a nice dog,however in my opinion he does not look like possible stud material and could not really add anything in terms of quality and improvement into the breed as a whole.

    If you think otherwise,show him and let those with years and years of experience go over him and give you an honest opinion.
     
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    everyone thinks there dog is the best but it doesn`t mean they should be bred from,please listen to everyones advice and get him neutered,the country doesn`t need anymore staffies in it
     
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    If he meets up to the breeds guidelines then yes he is show material, he doesn't, then he cannot be shown no matter how good he looks.
     
  8. wizard79

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    thanks 4 advice i will get him tested straight away
     
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    Good luck, I hope his results are good
     
  10. wizard79

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    i think it does ur place is full of every dog breed so dont pick on staffs
     
  11. DevilDogz

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    Please answer me this, if he is this great dog that is good enough for the ring why are you not out there kicking ass..
     
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    i think everyone should stop replying to these posts cos they are just going round in circles, if the op is going to listen they have had all the info they need now, x
     
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    no it`s not, we have more staffs than any ohter breed.i am not picking on staffs i love them but they shouldn`t end up in rescue centres
     
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    not out ther kicking arse yet till get tests i need and then the dog do the taklking
     
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    I'm not staffy expert but he looks like he has queen anne legs to me.

    If you think he is show material the best thing is to show him first. Health tests are not cheap so it would be best to check that he is suitable for breeding before going to the expense of having all the tests done.
     
  16. wizard79

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    :eek:ut::eek:ut:
    well u stop replying
     
  17. DevilDogz

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    You can start showing before he is health tested ;) you could have had him in the ring from the age of 6months
     
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    i didnt no i got him 4 my sons 3rd birthday only now i have really seen what he is i have taken ur advice it is very helpful but i dont no were 2 start 2 show him
     
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    Do you know why lots of people buy staffies? There are wonderful staffy owners, most of which are on this forum but some buy/breed them to fight, and when they get old they use them as punching bags then abandon them. Is that any way for a staff to live? Please think about this before you decide to breed. Will you know where your pups are going? How can you be sure that those people will truly love the pups?

    Look at what some people do to this breed:

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  20. sallyanne

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    Find your nearest ringcraft classes,look in the dog press for local and CH shows and send for a schedule,fill it in and send it off with your entry fee.

    Go to a few shows and watch how SBT's are handled and shown,talk to breeders and exhibitors and get a feel for it.
    Where abouts do you live and I'll give you the numbers of the nearest breed club so you can ask if they have any ringcraft near you.
    In some parts of the UK SBT's have their own ringcraft classes :)
     
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