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"The Barking Bunch"
by Jeanne Rylatt

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April 9, 2011

In Defense of Dog Breeders

Great Blog Post!
In Defense of Dog Breeders
http://time4dogs.blogspot.com/2010/09/in-defense-of-dog-breeders.html

Thanks Jen for sending it to me!!

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Jen on April 16, 2011 8:58 PM
No problem.  I learned lots from this too!
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Lena Lena on March 19, 2013 1:45 AM
It breaks my heart that puppy mills are aolwled to exist. I volunteer for a breed rescue, and once in awhile we get a puppy mill dog that is surrenderd. Our group does not believe in buying puppy mill dogs from the mills. The one dog I fostered had a host of problems, starting with the fact that her legs were permanently bowed from her crate being too small to stand up in. She had 8 teeth removed in one day, and had never seen a vet her entire life. It cost quite a bit of money to get her healthy enough to adopt, and her behavior issues continue in her new home. Thank the stars we found some owners with the patience and love to deal with these problems.These people are few and far between in this world, so I unfortunately have to agree with some of the other answers-it is best to have them put down. It is unfair to foist a dog with medical and behavior issues on people, and in addition, it keeps the mills going, and going, and going.In reference to killing horses, the population of horses is very different from the population of unwanted dogs in this country, so not a very good comparison. In some of the southern states, the fines for abuse of a horse are much greater than those for a dog.References : dog rescue volunteer
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Omid Omid on December 30, 2013 3:27 PM
KathySo glad you found my post. I was hoping you would see it.Sounds a lltite obsessive-but I posted it on 3 places in the Blog area.A new Ask the Expert was put up today so posted there.Then there is the Poster Blog-posted thereAnd, i posted here. Just wanted to make sure everyone had a chance to see it.Ebby was incredible. So professional that it is hard to believe this was her first.Sorry to hear about Best As Zariz. Hope that it is an injury that can be treated.Kudos to Capital Commander!Hugs,Keta
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Jhaaz Jhaaz on December 31, 2013 8:37 AM
Hello, as for yelping at your dog for btiing is the most ridiculous thing I have ever heard, this will ultimately get your child bitten! Shame on a vet for suggesting that! What you can try is constantly removing your dog from the situation with a firm NO! And then if needed put your pup in a time out like you would your child! Hope this helps!
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Terry Terry on April 5, 2013 4:53 AM
A reputable breeder usually does not breed those 10 females. Some will be too young to breed and are working on their championships. and growing out until they are 2 years old and can be tested. Some of those may fail and not be bred at all. Usually a good breeder will retire a female at 5 or 6 years of age. And will not breed every heat. So at most usually they will only get 3 maybe 4 litters if that many from each female before they are retired. Many breeders breed even less. So some of those 10 females are retired and having no more puppies. So considering, this breeder has 10 females. and the breed lives to 15 years old.1-2 dogs will be too young3-4 dogs will be breeding age4-6 dogs will be retired.Plus it is very expensive to breed good quality dogs. See some of the other posts to get an idea of the costs. classic car insurance cheap life insurance
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Raju Raju on June 26, 2013 3:49 PM
A reputable bdereer usually does not breed those 10 females. Some will be too young to breed and are working on their championships. and growing out until they are 2 years old and can be tested. Some of those may fail and not be bred at all. Usually a good bdereer will retire a female at 5 or 6 years of age. And will not breed every heat. So at most usually they will only get 3 maybe 4 litters if that many from each female before they are retired. Many bdereers breed even less. So some of those 10 females are retired and having no more puppies. So considering, this bdereer has 10 females. and the breed lives to 15 years old.1-2 dogs will be too young3-4 dogs will be breeding age4-6 dogs will be retired.Plus it is very expensive to breed good quality dogs. See some of the other posts to get an idea of the costs.
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Rahsia Rahsia on December 28, 2013 6:56 PM
Well I guess I don't have to spend the weekend fingriug this one out!
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Adrian Adrian on December 29, 2013 6:48 AM
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Xatuna Xatuna on December 31, 2013 2:26 AM
My comments here are melrey my opinion, and are in no way intended to insult anybody or to suggest that trainers are completely wrong to use e-collars. I have the greatest respect for Rick Smith and all of the excellent professional trainers out there, but I have to say I have been and always will be against the use of e-collars. I understand why they are used, and in the right hands they are effective and mostly humane. I always have to ask How were the Germans able to train such incredible pointers before the advent of electricity? The answer I think, lies in time and patience. E-collars are a great time saver, but in my opinion, they are no more effective at training a good dog than simply taking the extra time and being very, very patient with your dog. I have trained several German Shorthaired Pointers (an energetic and difficult breed to train), yet all of them turned out to be amazing bird or field trial dogs. All without the use of e-collars.The biggest problem I have is with people who use the collars with absolutely no concept of their true purpose, or how harmful they can be when used improperly. I have actually seen a professional trainer repeatedly bring a dog to its knees with the use of a shock collar, simply because the dog was headstrong and the trainer had no patience at all. I challenged him to try the collar on himself. He hasn't used one since and is producing some truly amazing dogs. My lesser problem lies in the belief that many trainers are looking for shortcuts to training and don't want to spend the time and patience needed to effectively train a dog. It really does take time to train a good hunter, and the europeans managed it for hundreds of years without e-collars.In summary, I believe e-collars can be an effective training tool, but ultimately they are melrey time-savers and are simply unecessary if you take the extra time with your dog. But it does take a lot of extra time. If you must use an e-collar, wait until you have laid a very solid foundation before introducing the collar.
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Nelson Nelson on July 2, 2013 3:20 PM
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Nelson Nelson on July 2, 2013 3:20 PM
If you are breeding for the beemnrttet of the breed, or to show, it's OK. You should continue to go to dog shows join your local national breed clubs, and an all breed club so that people can help you out give you advice.If you are breeding to make money, please just place your dogs in good homes go get a real job.People who really care about their breed are not in it to make money and if you do right by your dogs you will NOT make money! http://cywwwzzxl.com [url=http://vcomlb.com]vcomlb[/url] [link=http://iqotdrsh.com]iqotdrsh[/link]
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Sergey Sergey on December 30, 2013 11:13 AM
My Dear Friend Judy:Thank you so much for the beautiful video of Real Quiet. The mnutie it started I cried, he has such a special place in my heart and always will! I am constantly looking for his babies to see if they look or run like he did? I had forgotten how much he had lost the Belmont by, a nose hair! It's nice to know he had a nice place to live and retire at before his untimely accident..Thanks again for the wonderful walk down memory lane, although sad, he was a very special guy to me.Hope you and Papa Charlie are well? It won't belong before the snow will be falling! UGH!Chilly Hugs!GirlSaratoga
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Gabriela Gabriela on December 31, 2013 7:50 AM
Hi Jose,Thank you for your email response to my iunriqy.Please add me to your current waiting list for being a potential owner of one of your most beautiful pups. It seems the timing is in perfect Divine order for us! We are hoping to be able to come and meet you, and the puppies when the time is right.Thank you,Katherine
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If you are breeding for the beemnrttet of the breed, or to show, it's OK. You should continue to go to dog shows join your local national breed clubs, and an all breed club so that people can help you out give you advice.If you are breeding to make money, please just place your dogs in good homes go get a real job.People who really care about their breed are not in it to make money and if you do right by your dogs you will NOT make money! http://cywwwzzxl.com [url=http://vcomlb.com]vcomlb[/url] [link=http://iqotdrsh.com]iqotdrsh[/link]
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Kinjo Kinjo on December 28, 2013 6:20 PM
Well you have to think of how widely used cridet cards are these days. No one wants to carry around $1,000 in cash to travel to a breeder, and the bank will flag your account and start watching your activities if you take out that much money in cash.Plus checks are SO unreliable. Even money orders are starting to be used dishonestly.I don't think it's bad at all. Credit card machines are SO easy to get and register with that I think it makes perfect sense. I have a cridet card machine for my VERY small bath product business and I do maybe a hundred bucks a month.Credit cards aren't just for big name companys anymore.
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Kinjo Kinjo on December 28, 2013 6:21 PM
Well you have to think of how widely used cridet cards are these days. No one wants to carry around $1,000 in cash to travel to a breeder, and the bank will flag your account and start watching your activities if you take out that much money in cash.Plus checks are SO unreliable. Even money orders are starting to be used dishonestly.I don't think it's bad at all. Credit card machines are SO easy to get and register with that I think it makes perfect sense. I have a cridet card machine for my VERY small bath product business and I do maybe a hundred bucks a month.Credit cards aren't just for big name companys anymore.
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Marta Marta on December 29, 2013 9:04 AM
Vets are wonderful for refearrls. They know the breeders, know what care the dogs receive, know if any testing is done, know if there are any problems with the breeders dog, etc. Call around to the vets. Tell them what kind of dog you are looking for and go from there. By the way, when someone asks my vet plus a couple of others for a reputable chihuahua breeder, my name is the one given out.
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Roman Roman on July 2, 2013 10:02 PM
what breeds of dogs are they? do you know that it takes a long time to make any type of money bredeing dogs. do they represent the breed quilty that the standerad call for . pleas do not breed the females more than once a year. if they are larger breeds they can have a lot of puppies in one litter. if there are more than mother dog can take of you have to help feed the puppies. there are also some problem that small breeds have also.
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Justice Justice on December 30, 2013 2:32 AM
Why do I bother callnig up people when I can just read this!
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Nizaelly Nizaelly on December 30, 2013 10:17 AM
Ok I have caught up on all the posts, and have rezliaed that Quiet American was related to Real Quiet! Real Quiet or as Bob Baffert called him The Fish was one of my all time favorite horses, I cried for days when he died, my heart was literally broken. I watched old race video's and cried even harder.Now forgive me if I don't get this story completely correct, as I have been up most of the night waiting to hear if my daughter made it to Alaska! I remember when Real Quiet came on the seen, Bob had found him for Mike Pelgram and Pelgram only paid like $17,000 for him, he was skinny and not well cared for according to Baffert.. I remember Baffert saying all he wanted to do was eat, and that he was kind and very gentle. When he came to the track ALL the talking heads bashed him saying he didn't belong at the Derby or on the track, he had no pedigree! But if Real Quiet is or was related to Quiet American there is pedigree there! Of coarse I didn't care what everyone was saying about him, I just loved him and his story and his connections! I went onto alot of the links that many of you have provided and I see Real Quiet's name, so I am guessing there is relationship to Quiet American?Wishing Ebby a safe trip home on Friday, hopefully first across the finish line! She does look an awful like her big sis!GirlSaratoga
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Rohhit Rohhit on December 31, 2013 2:02 AM
Thank you Lori! It was a joy having you here and a pluraese to send you home with not one, but two of our babies! We know that those boys will be loved and well cared for and look forward to partnering with you to insure that the Golden Retriever breed will grow in health and longevity. Enjoy the boys!
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Laura Laura on December 31, 2013 2:37 AM
, I also believe that the pup slhoud wear the collar without it being turned on well before you plan on starting the stimulation. This will acclimate the pup to the weight and bulkiness of the receiver. In my personal opinion, I would say proper low level stimulation can begin between 4-5 months of age as long as the time and patience is put into the first command. Remember an e-collar is simply an extension of the checkcord.To those who might be looking to buy an e-collar, I would recommend the Tritronics Pro 100 G3 (for single dog) or the Pro 100 G3 EXP (for up to 3 dogs). It has 6 intensity levels. You can choose between low, medium, and high continuous stimulations which allows you to really dial in the intensity from dog to dog. Also has a tone/accessory button to A.) control a low tone through the receiver to use as an alternative to stimulation or B.) control the Tritronics Accessory Beeper or the new Tritronics Tracer.Overall, the e-collar is an extremely useful training tool as long as it is used properly and wisely!!!
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Roman Roman on July 2, 2013 10:02 PM
what breeds of dogs are they? do you know that it takes a long time to make any type of money bredeing dogs. do they represent the breed quilty that the standerad call for . pleas do not breed the females more than once a year. if they are larger breeds they can have a lot of puppies in one litter. if there are more than mother dog can take of you have to help feed the puppies. there are also some problem that small breeds have also.
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Roman Roman on July 2, 2013 10:02 PM
what breeds of dogs are they? do you know that it takes a long time to make any type of money bredeing dogs. do they represent the breed quilty that the standerad call for . pleas do not breed the females more than once a year. if they are larger breeds they can have a lot of puppies in one litter. if there are more than mother dog can take of you have to help feed the puppies. there are also some problem that small breeds have also.
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Khushboo Khushboo on December 28, 2013 10:47 PM
Is this a problem with the New Blogger? I still use the old veoisrn. Also, I host my header and background stuff elsewhere, along with most of my images.I know I have some friends who have had problems with this, but I didn't know how to help them.
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Cynthia Cynthia on December 29, 2013 8:15 AM
It would depend on the breeedr. Breeders should not be painted with the same brush. Tho you should be prepared for questions regarding care of the kitten should you not be able to keep it. IOW do you have family members that could step in and care for the kitty?Since your residence is temporary what would happen if you had to relocate and the new place didn't allow animals. Since kittens are a long term commitment you should have a long term plan.If a particular breeedr seems to be too controlling, move on. There are others that may think differently and worry less, trust more.Just FYI I have been a cat breeedr for 20 years and I have sold kittens to the students at FSU and University of Miami.In closing, when a good, caring, responsible, pet owner is paired with a good, caring, responsible, breeedr it would seem like the perfect *marriage*Good luck with your new kitten
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Bunty Bunty on July 4, 2013 3:28 AM
Do you have any idea of the amount of money iovelvnd? $ 300 for initial supplies.$ 100 a year for vet visits.$ 40 a month for food.$ 1000s of more neccesites over the years.Second of all, no reputable breeder would sell a medium sized dog for under $ 500.Third of all, There is no such thing as a hypo allergenic dog. However, some breeds, like poodles, shed less than others.If you are prepared, Then I would suggest a visit to your local shelter. Good Luck!
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Open Open on December 30, 2013 8:30 AM
Educated guess.We can't tell *for sure*, but we can look at the structure and type and make a prtety reasonable estimation of which pups will turn out to be show and which will be pet.Sometimes pups sold as pets turn out better than expected. Witness my first Basset, who'd been sold by the breeder as a pet and we showed him to his Championship.And sometimes the one you keep for show/breeding doesn't turn out as you hoped. The bite can go off, a foot can turn out, they end up over or undersized, or they just don't mature the way you'd hoped.
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Luana Luana on December 31, 2013 7:25 AM
Hi Jose,I attempted to post this the other day so I'm not sure if you will see mutlpile posts from me.. I just wanted to be extra certain you received my wait-list request (check mailed today).Please put us on your waiting list! We understand that your next littler might not be until Spring 2011 and we are more than willing to wait. Please do send me any additional information regarding the waiting list process at your earliest convenience.Kind regards,Melissa
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Bunty Bunty on July 4, 2013 3:28 AM
Do you have any idea of the amount of money iovelvnd? $ 300 for initial supplies.$ 100 a year for vet visits.$ 40 a month for food.$ 1000s of more neccesites over the years.Second of all, no reputable breeder would sell a medium sized dog for under $ 500.Third of all, There is no such thing as a hypo allergenic dog. However, some breeds, like poodles, shed less than others.If you are prepared, Then I would suggest a visit to your local shelter. Good Luck!
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Bunty Bunty on July 4, 2013 3:28 AM
Do you have any idea of the amount of money iovelvnd? $ 300 for initial supplies.$ 100 a year for vet visits.$ 40 a month for food.$ 1000s of more neccesites over the years.Second of all, no reputable breeder would sell a medium sized dog for under $ 500.Third of all, There is no such thing as a hypo allergenic dog. However, some breeds, like poodles, shed less than others.If you are prepared, Then I would suggest a visit to your local shelter. Good Luck!
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Bhola Bhola on December 30, 2013 9:39 AM
Golly maybe they can SEE faults,virtues,weigh the drfeeifnces..GRADE CULL from vast years/decades of experience?What is such a young age ?I can pick some faults when the pups are still wet,others when their teeth are in,when toplines running gear firm up,both testicles come down .on on.Until the adult teeth come in,you say show PROSPECT ,btw. even that's pushing it a bit. rotflmao ..the silly widdle T-D fairies fink dat CULL means KILL,doesn't dem?? Aw,dey's so doofy!!!
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Cinto Cinto on December 31, 2013 2:34 AM
While I agree that the e-Collar is dangerous in the wrong hands they can be a great tool if used prrepoly. The issue is that most people don't read the instructions, don't learn from someone that knows how to use them or just thinks it is a great toy. But I digress.Put the collar on early but don't turn it on. This gets the pup used to the feel of the collar. Use a command lead or piggin string, short lead with a choke collar or a pinch collar to get the pup started on the basics. I am not going to endorse any one particular approach but I put them in the order I prefer. Once the pup knows the proper behaviour you can use the eCollar at very low settings. I have not used the tone mode but I am seriously considering that with the next pup.If you haven't trained a dog or two with a check cord, don't start with an eCollar and go to a class. There are some great DVDs out there but I think that a live seminar is a good way to start. I have trained under about 4 professionals and they are all different but they are also very much the same.
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ShaeSyncier ShaeSyncier on December 28, 2013 4:33 PM
I would think that you would have to make sure your dogs meet the breed standards. If they don't, don't breed them. Reputable beederrs don't breed for money, they breed to keep the standard of the breed. Breeders also dont really make money either..those cost of medical care for the mother while pregnant and the puppies when born pretty much cancel out what ever you MIGHT get for them.
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Arild Arild on December 29, 2013 4:30 AM
Oh, Cassie, I'm so sorry. I know just how you feel. I had a cat like that, Hobbes, back before we had chrliden. He died of some kind of congenital defect when he was four or so. He's been gone since 1996, and there are still days when I wish I could wake up to his little mmrrff in my ear. We've had cats since then, but none have been the same. He was my shadowcat.I'm so, so sorry you lost your shadow. (((HUGS)))
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Kamren Kamren on April 8, 2013 2:38 AM
It breaks my heart that puppy mills are allowed to exist. I volunteer for a breed rescue, and once in awhile we get a puppy mill dog that is surrenderd. Our group does not believe in buying puppy mill dogs from the mills. The one dog I fostered had a host of problems, starting with the fact that her legs were permanently bowed from her crate being too small to stand up in. She had 8 teeth removed in one day, and had never seen a vet her entire life. It cost quite a bit of money to get her healthy enough to adopt, and her behavior issues continue in her new home. Thank the stars we found some owners with the patience and love to deal with these problems.These people are few and far between in this world, so I unfortunately have to agree with some of the other answers-it is best to have them put down. It is unfair to foist a dog with medical and behavior issues on people, and in addition, it keeps the mills going, and going, and going.In reference to killing horses, the population of horses is very different from the population of unwanted dogs in this country, so not a very good comparison. In some of the southern states, the fines for abuse of a horse are much greater than those for a dog.References : dog rescue volunteer insurance life car insurance rates
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Steffi Steffi on April 11, 2013 5:23 AM
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