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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. sequeena

    sequeena PetForums VIP

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    Thank you, she is a wonderful dog :)
     
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    celicababe1986 PetForums VIP

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    sequeena, you GSD is lovely. I seem to have a soft spot for them :rolleyes:
     
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    sequeena PetForums VIP

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    Aww thank you :D I love them too, perfect breed imo :D
     
  4. Patterdale_lover

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    There is nothing wrong with Sallyannes staffs, and you should be ashamed of yourself for being so rude.
    you say you want to breed your dog, huh, you hardly sound like a person that even knows what they are talking about!

    Right i don't want to cause a fith though, so i will be nice and say that yes your staffy is lovely looking, but he may not make the grade, good luck in trying though
     
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  5. wizard79

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    my freind has patterdales and urs may not make the grade crufts interbread ask rspca they not wrong;)
     
  6. estalearottweilers

    estalearottweilers PetForums Member

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    would the breeder of your dog not be happy to help you out?
     
  7. wizard79

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    they moved home so got no contact i only come on here 4 advice and got me dog pulled 2 bits so what do they expect
     
  8. wizard79

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    u have got a lovley rottwiler there he is lovley
     
  9. estalearottweilers

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    elo contact the k.c they should hopefully be able to get you back in contact with your breeder.
     
  10. wizard79

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    thanks 4 ya help i get on that 2morrow
     
  11. estalearottweilers

    estalearottweilers PetForums Member

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    yep defo a rottweiler 3yrs old this mth.
     
  12. Patterdale_lover

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    Erm excuse me i dont show my patterdale, even though many people tell me i should do. One the patterdale is not a registered breed so they can't partake in crufts :cool: and two mine is from working stock, bred down from nuttall lines, which is the best line of patties you can get. She ain't bred to be pretty, she just is naturally this way ;)
    Get your facts right love :p
    Why are you suddenly taking the mick out of other peoples dogs? It seems quite clear that your dogs looks are all that matter, i think its for your ego more than anything :rolleyes:
     
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    I don't normally like to get in on heated debates but I am beginning to feel that this is just a case of another internet troll to be honest and feel like the moderators should step in and lock the thread before it starts getting out of hand:rolleyes:
     
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    I'm afraid you've come onto a forum where people do actually care about their animals, not just how they look, but the whole package. You will get honest replies, you might not like them, but if you ask for advice and opinions you have to expect to get some answers you may not like, particularly about breeding, it is an emotive issue.

    The RSPCA know nothing about pedigree dogs, and are one of the worst rescue organisations around imo.
     
  15. Savahl

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    cos he got told his dog wasnt a perfect example against breed standards.

    Dont understand it myself, buster is far from any lakeland standards but i still think he is gorgeous - im just aware that he isnt show/breeding material. But thats not what matters to me :)
     
  16. Patterdale_lover

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    Good comment, agree with it 100%
     
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    sequeena PetForums VIP

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    Sky isn't breeding standards but she is still gorgeous. I don't see the problem
     
  18. Taylorbaby

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    He will need:
    1. L-2-HGA Hydroxyglutaric Aciduria
    2. HC – HEREDITARY CATARACTS.
    3. PHPV – PERSITENT HYPERPLASTIC PRIMARY VITREOUS
    4. PPSC – POSTERIOR POLAR SUBCAPSULAR CATARACT.

    Staffordshire Bull Terriers U.K. Breed Council of G.B.and N.Ireland



    un-neutered:
    Marking
    Fighting
    Distractingly (searching for females instead of taking any notice of you)
    Distress around females in heat
    Dominance.


    Neutered:
    Neutering offers 100% protection against testicular tumors and partial protection against prostate disease and perianal tumors, both of which are stimulated by testosterone.
    Decrease urge to fight
    spray/mark
    reduces tendency to roam/try to find females
    Prevents enlarged prostate (occurs in 60% of older dogs); prostate tumors and infections; and perineal hernias and tumors in males.
    saves money on vet care
    Neutered pets may require less food...and that means money saved. Adjust amounts of food and exercise to keep your pet in the trim.


    something like 50 doggies are being put down a day in the UK, mostly staffys and staffy crosses.

    My friend had a litter of staffs, mum rejected them and nearly died he hand reared all 6 and due to no one buying he sold them for £100 each and has ended up keeping 2, all were vet checked wormed etc

    He lives for his dogs, but sadly it wasnt a planned litter, he was told his resuce bitch was spayed and she wasnt :(
     
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    rspca Haha Not a lot of people would ask them anything. As for your dog obviously you want members to tell ya he is lovely, meets the Standard, would throw lovely pups etc........ Shame I am not going to but hey ho someone may be along behind me with the Comments you want.
    Its Interbred by the way thought I would help ya out with that one :)
     
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  20. kiera09

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    Hiya, These people aren't "pulling u to bits!" I know u just wanted good advice, but it's true about staffs being in rescue, It's all the bad publicity lately!
    I love staffs and you'rs is stunning! Here's my advice, get all his health tests done, learn more about your breed and the breeding proceedings! (It's not just about sticking 2 dogs together!) Good luck :)
     
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