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can you guys recommend any good breeding books ? i would like one that outlines the pro's and con"s of line breeding and normale breeding. i have found some books on this on the internet but would like to hear from you guys any books you recommend. thanks
 

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they are not "breeding" books per say but willis's "genetics of the dog" and padgett's "control of canine genetic disease" are two of the best i have read to date
 

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attitude said:
they are not "breeding" books per say but willis's "genetics of the dog" and padgett's "control of canine genetic disease" are two of the best i have read to date
you got what i meant thanks man.
 

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GOT14U........

You scare me with your aspirations.
 

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You scare me with your aspirations.
good........i would like to research alot before i do anything....what's so scary ? i have surrounded my self with some knowledgeable people here in phoenix(az american bull dog club) i am learning things i didn't know. i thought this forum was also a place to ask questions and learn. yes i would like to breed my own working dogs. when the time is right. right now i will just work on getting my male ready for some working titles. don't you have aspirations ?????????? or did you just wake up one day and know everything about dogs and how to train them. did you not start some where.

atleast i'm not just throwing litters out there and trying to train my dogs my self on bite work. you are always so negative with everyone that has questions . like everyone should be a proffessional BEFORE they get a dog. :notworthy: IMO i am taking the right steps. asking people i know here and seeing what people on here have to say. maybe this board is for pre-madonna's.. :blah5: sorry for the rant dood but [email protected] ease up
 

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GOT14U said:
PeterC said:
You scare me with your aspirations.
good........i would like to research alot before i do anything....what's so scary ? i have surrounded my self with some knowledgeable people here in phoenix(az american bull dog club) i am learning things i didn't know. i thought this forum was also a place to ask questions and learn. yes i would like to breed my own working dogs. when the time is right. right now i will just work on getting my male ready for some working titles. don't you have aspirations ?????????? or did you just wake up one day and know everything about dogs and how to train them. did you not start some where.

atleast i'm not just throwing litters out there and trying to train my dogs my self on bite work. you are always so negative with everyone that has questions . like everyone should be a proffessional BEFORE they get a dog. :notworthy: IMO i am taking the right steps. asking people i know here and seeing what people on here have to say. maybe this board is for pre-madonna's.. :blah5: sorry for the rant dood but [email protected] ease up
Don't worry about it. There's always someone who wants to chew you up and spit you out on here. Thats why I don't bother asking questions anymore!
 

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LegendsMami said:
GOT14U said:
PeterC said:
You scare me with your aspirations.
good........i would like to research alot before i do anything....what's so scary ? i have surrounded my self with some knowledgeable people here in phoenix(az american bull dog club) i am learning things i didn't know. i thought this forum was also a place to ask questions and learn. yes i would like to breed my own working dogs. when the time is right. right now i will just work on getting my male ready for some working titles. don't you have aspirations ?????????? or did you just wake up one day and know everything about dogs and how to train them. did you not start some where.

atleast i'm not just throwing litters out there and trying to train my dogs my self on bite work. you are always so negative with everyone that has questions . like everyone should be a proffessional BEFORE they get a dog. :notworthy: IMO i am taking the right steps. asking people i know here and seeing what people on here have to say. maybe this board is for pre-madonna's.. :blah5: sorry for the rant dood but [email protected] ease up
Don't worry about it. There's always someone who wants to chew you up and spit you out on here. Thats why I don't bother asking questions anymore!
i'm not worried.
 

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GOT14U, at least you are trying to learn about what it is you plan to do b4 you do it. not doing it first and educating after like so many others. take your time, do your research and hopefully your dogs will turn out to be good breeding prospects. if they end up not fitting the bill, well, hopefully you will be able to see that too. with breeding and genetics you need to look back in the lines as well. know as much as you can about your dogs AND the dogs in it's pedigree. it can be fascinating researching but i can also be very disappointing sometimes.
 

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I'm with Willis has some very good books out there about breeding! He has written several books about genetics and breeding.
 

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True_Pits said:
I'm with Willis has some very good books out there about breeding! He has written several books about genetics and breeding.
i order the dog genetics yesterday. should make for some good reading.
 
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