Stud dog owners

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Re: Stud dog owners

Postby Densa44 » Wed Apr 20, 2016 12:04 am

Absolutely, and my source is none other than the Dean of Veterinary medicine at Oregon. It was part of his presentation at last years (2015) speech to the delegates at the NAVHDA annual meeting in Portland. He also said "don't line breed".

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Re: Stud dog owners

Postby hicntry » Wed Apr 20, 2016 8:22 am

I don't push linebreeding at people that don't understand it Densa. If they don't understand it they will screw it up and add another voice to those opposed. Stick with what you understand....just don't believe you are not passing just as many genetic faults along the way. You just can't see them. Curious, what do you think on the vets new stand against docking tails on sporting dogs. Do you think they know what they are talking about in view of all the tail injuries?
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