airwalk wrote:So the cat is out of the bag, so to speak.....
SisMorphine wrote:airwalk wrote:So the cat is out of the bag, so to speak.....
That it is. For those who aren't a member of my FB or a million other forums on which it's been known for a while: Teeny is currently 51 days into a purposeful breeding and doing fantastic!
furever_pit wrote:So what was the purpose of this breeding? What would you like to see come out of the litter?
Oh, and I for one love puppy webcams. Gets me in trouble at work tho.
airwalk wrote:I won't go back and post the numerous times Alyssa, that you have pounded on others about breeding untitled dogs because everyone here has already seen them.
SisMorphine wrote:I have changed my stance on breeding within the past year or two, and I have no problem admitting that. As anyone cane see from my posts, the more I learn, the more I change my opinion. I guess that's what you would call "education."
SisMorphine wrote:This litter is a rather important litter for the breed. It is one of the basis litters for a new line. We are expecting some pretty intense working dogs from this litter, high prey drive especially. Both dogs have been tested for protection ability. Not only are both working in personal protection, but Bandit has earned PP awards (no not titles). Teeny has earned her CGC, and is the first Alapaha to be registered with CPE from what I gather. The plan was to have her titled in agility prior to breeding, but she came into heat a month early. I was not going to waste 2 years (as I thought I'd be accepted into school in the meant time . . . obviously no longer an issue) just waiting on a title for a dog that had been tested to have the ability to work. I chose to breed her to one of the top Alapahas out there.
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