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Old 11-25-2012, 09:36 AM
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Can you elaborate on this?
It's just that, I find parent clubs ideal in the writings but in action I find them to be limiting and disallowing of the essential case by case requirements when discussing breeding, for the best of the breed.

My experience stems from working for two breeders, being friends with several. I myself do not belong to one, there may be a chance to be pleasantly surprised out there but disallowances or lack of ranges of numbers is not awe-inspiring for me.
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Old 11-25-2012, 09:29 PM
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It's just that, I find parent clubs ideal in the writings but in action I find them to be limiting and disallowing of the essential case by case requirements when discussing breeding, for the best of the breed.

My experience stems from working for two breeders, being friends with several. I myself do not belong to one, there may be a chance to be pleasantly surprised out there but disallowances or lack of ranges of numbers is not awe-inspiring for me.
Most breed clubs really don't do much to restrict their members breeding practices. There may be a COE that makes such suggestions, but most breed clubs don't enforce them. Some do, but it's generally more hassle than a volunteer organization can handle.
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Old 11-25-2012, 09:49 PM
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For titles I would not except anything less then a working title or service dog certificate.

Service dog certificate? There is no certification in the US.
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