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by emmitt on 26 March 2015 - 18:03

Hi All :)

 

so I have a question......... what defines a czech pedigree?

It seems right now where I live..the Czech pedigree is very in demand.

Although I am by NO way an expert about anything... I am obsessive compulsive and do work from home......

so I spend a fair amount of time looking at pedigrees.... so many people are saying

"WOW!!! this is fantastic Czech pedigree"

but when I look.... at least half the pedigree is something else..... to me (again not expert) mostly German working...

sometimes DDR.....

am I being nit-picky??? what defines Czech? is it being imported from there..regardless of pedigree?

 

just want to know other peoples thoughts....or expectaions....

 

thank you in advance

kathy


by Hutchins on 26 March 2015 - 18:03

When I make reference to a pedigree by saying its a nice Czech pedigree, I mean the dogs in the pedigree are of Czech descendants. Just because a dog is exported or in Czech does not automatically mean the dogs in the pedigree are of Czech Descendants.  I have noticed that many will label a pedigree of a certain type by the majority of the dogs in the pedigree, they fail to realize that if there is even one of another type, that dilutes the pedigree from being pure.  JMO


by joanro on 26 March 2015 - 18:03

They all came from Germany. Even the gsd in Czech. For ever. Even now, there is no such thing as pure Czech. They have east German and west German dogs and Belgium, etc. I have not found a dog listed in pdb which from Czech that doesn't have sv reg dogs within seven generations. They are all German Shepherd Dogs, not Czech shepherd dogs. "Czech dogs, Czech shepherds" , etc, is no more than a sales pitch for a fad.

by Blitzen on 26 March 2015 - 19:03

And guess what, the ASL's and GSL's all came from the same GSD's too. Behold the power of selective breeding.


yogidog

by yogidog on 26 March 2015 - 19:03

power to selective breeding not bad breeding


by Hutchins on 26 March 2015 - 20:03

Blitzen that is exactly what I mean. The power of selective breeding can actually control the final product and can totally change what it was in the beginning.  The ASL dog is considered a line of its own now.  To other lines, ASL is purified and not even considered where it originated from.  The same is capable of being done with the other lines such as Czech, Belgium or WG etc all because the breedings are continually done in that country.  Any line can be considered purified with selective breeding just as the American's have done with the ASL dogs.


by Blitzen on 26 March 2015 - 20:03

We sure can't blame the dogs, can we?


by joanro on 26 March 2015 - 20:03

There's a big ocean between namerca and EU. No borders preventing the transfer of dogs for breeding Czech. There is no such animal as a 'pure' Czech German shepherd.

by vk4gsd on 26 March 2015 - 23:03

the question re czech is how much milk do you add to coffee and still call it coffee.

 

i see mainly czech line breeders adding west dogs  to czech lines and not czech lines added to west dogs.


by emmitt on 27 March 2015 - 01:03

so.... then.... is saying "pure czech" ect just another sales pitch?

 

I will use example of female I own....

 

http://www.pedigreedatabase.com/german_shepherd_dog/dog.html?id=681044-lexi-vom-haus-hillsview

would you say pure czech?

 

I am only using Lexi for example........I am have never used this language myself..... I am just wondering what other peoples views are...






 


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