Discussion in 'The Breeding Ground' started by Saje, May 8, 2008.
I know. And there's something funny about the pic. Like he's been edited. Put in a different background maybe.
Why doesn't he just tie him out in front yard with a sign " Will Breed For $$$ "
Sad. So many people just want to make money off their dogs.
Check out this one...
I have seen them put MANY ads for studding out males. And they are champions?? WEIRD!!!
And a boxer stud. "Guaranteed to get the job done!!"
And these owners are selling APBT puppies with champion bloodlines. I'm no expert, but the dogs look very nice. Not sure why they would be advertising on backpage.
At a year old.
What a shame, such ignorance.
My old vets wanted me to put my male Goldens in their stud book .... but I wouldn't . Word of mouth reference was bad enough !!! Most calls were from people who's females were 6 months old and coming into heat soon ! At least I could educate them !
Whoa, you guys think thats bad heh.
Here we get adds like
"maltipoo/yorkie cross for stud! Champion bloodlines!!!!"
"Pom/Shihtzu/Brussells Griffon for stud!"
It makes me sick, but i guess I am getting used to it. Being a dog groomer here... you see it all.
A regular client of ours is taking his Shiffon (shihtzu, brussell griffon) to breed with a little brown pug mix. He swears he can sell the puppies for $600 each.
Saddest thing is, he's probably right. My Aun's neighbor recently had an oops litter of springer spaniel/poos, and she got $600 each for the puppies. People were literally fighting over them.
SAd -sad -sad !!!!!!
Well, for one, "PR" has nothing to do with Champion dogs in a pedigree like they are trying to state. "PR" means absolutely nothing more than 6 (maybe 7?) generations of dogs in the pedigree have been registered with the UKC. So all it means is that for 6/7 generations of the pup's life, people have been willing to fork over money to a registry to send them "papers" on a dog. That's it. Nothing more.
Those dogs are nothing more than your typcial byb specials with ignorant owners trying to sound edumacated.
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