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Old September 22nd 04, 02:33 PM
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SHOW QUALITY DACHSHUNDS:
The Dachshund had a lively, upbeat pesonality--spunky, curious and
friendly. These traits remain from the Dachshund's original job:
"Dachshund" means "badger dog" in German,and he was created to hunt
down badgers. The Dachshund is a member of the Hound Group and was
first recognized by the AKC in 1885.



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Old September 22nd 04, 05:18 PM
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Anyone looking for well bred dachshunds would do well to learn what
questions to ask the breeder, before contacting the breeder. There are
plenty of breeders who are more interested in their ego, and your money,
than in the health and welfare of the dogs.

Look for dogs of that breeders breeding in the OFA database. Does that
breeder test for PRA? for structural problems? for thyroid problems? Is
that breeder contributing to the knowledge pool by submitting test results
to OFA? Is the breeder open enough about both the good AND the bad to
authorize OFA to publish the results without regard to whether the dog
tests clear?

If you see a non-passing dog in the database it does NOT mean the breeder
has unhealthy dogs. It means the breeder is being open and honest with
regard to that dog. If you see NO dogs in the database then that is a
very bad sign as it means the breeder wither lacks the knowledge or the
concern to both test and to share that information. Learning how to
properly search the database is a very worthwhile investment.

Do you want a healthy dog? Then look for a breeder who uses knowledge and
caring to best improve the chances of a healthy dog.

Don't be impressed by a breeder's claims of "show quality" or "show
prospect." When applied to the puppies is merely means (or should mean)
that there are no obvious disqualifying faults. It does not mean the
puppy is healthy, nor does it mean the parents are healthy.

In selecting that puppy it is very important to know what that "Champion"
really means, and what it does not mean, with regard to the health and
temperament of the "Champion" and its get.
http://dog-play.com/akc.html

For more on looking for a caring responsible breeder see
http://dog-play.com/ethics.html
http://dog-play.com/where.html
http://dog-play.com/checklist.html





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Old September 23rd 04, 02:23 PM
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I just looked at your web page.

I've never heard so much "socialist" hog wash!

The government should regulate dogs? The AKC can't do a good enough
job for you so you want the government to solve all your problems?
Get for real.

Oh, and there are SERIOUS copyright problems with all the plagiarism.
I've contacted the people you are ripping off. Maybe you'll be hearing
from their lawyers?

Are you a memeber of PETA? Are you a party to the big slander suit
pending against them? You want to be? Keep up the misinformation!

Doggie

wrote in message news:
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Anyone looking for well bred dachshunds would do well to learn what
questions to ask the breeder, before contacting the breeder. There are
plenty of breeders who are more interested in their ego, and your money,
than in the health and welfare of the dogs.

Look for dogs of that breeders breeding in the OFA database. Does that
breeder test for PRA? for structural problems? for thyroid problems? Is
that breeder contributing to the knowledge pool by submitting test results
to OFA? Is the breeder open enough about both the good AND the bad to
authorize OFA to publish the results without regard to whether the dog
tests clear?

If you see a non-passing dog in the database it does NOT mean the breeder
has unhealthy dogs. It means the breeder is being open and honest with
regard to that dog. If you see NO dogs in the database then that is a
very bad sign as it means the breeder wither lacks the knowledge or the
concern to both test and to share that information. Learning how to
properly search the database is a very worthwhile investment.

Do you want a healthy dog? Then look for a breeder who uses knowledge and
caring to best improve the chances of a healthy dog.

Don't be impressed by a breeder's claims of "show quality" or "show
prospect." When applied to the puppies is merely means (or should mean)
that there are no obvious disqualifying faults. It does not mean the
puppy is healthy, nor does it mean the parents are healthy.

In selecting that puppy it is very important to know what that "Champion"
really means, and what it does not mean, with regard to the health and
temperament of the "Champion" and its get.
http://dog-play.com/akc.html

For more on looking for a caring responsible breeder see
http://dog-play.com/ethics.html
http://dog-play.com/where.html
http://dog-play.com/checklist.html

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Old September 23rd 04, 05:14 PM
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I just looked at your web page.


I sure hope you learned something from it!

Dianne
 




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