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Offline happiday

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Re: Breeding
« Reply #30 on: April 10, 2007, 01:06:34 pm »
One quick look at www.petfinder. com and one can see the thousands of good dogs that have no homes.  Why add to their numbers?
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Offline bernermom

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Re: Breeding
« Reply #31 on: August 05, 2007, 02:12:29 am »
I have two Berners. One is registered with breeding rights and the other is her daughter who isn't registered. Her father is from switzerland and he was suspose  to get his papers here but the ownwers never did.
 Anyway she was kept for breeding in the future. Even though she is not registerable I have already had a prelim x-ray at six months and will get all the teating done after two years of age.
She cannot be bred until two for many reasons, they are still puppies under two, health testing including hip, eyes etc. cannot be certified until that age.
Why would you want to bring puppies that may have horrible health problems? Please do some testing prior to breeding. It's heartbreaking to see ill puppies and dogs.
We are not trying to GANG up on you we just want the best for your puppies.