by BlackMalinois on 20 October 2020 - 13:10
For those GSD people I think a interesting stud dog
A proven pedigree
by Pirschgang on 20 October 2020 - 14:10
by jettasmom on 20 October 2020 - 18:10
by Pirschgang on 21 October 2020 - 17:10
Ah yes, the post that's been posted 10 million times before. Thanks for the info!
by Baerenfangs Erbe on 23 October 2020 - 14:10
by Hired Dog on 23 October 2020 - 15:10
by BlackMalinois on 23 October 2020 - 21:10
Welllll Wellllll here comes the cliches what everybody knows ,,,nobody have to tell me about how important females are.... I,m talking now about a stud dog, a female alone can,t produce pups duhhh
The fact is a proven bloodline with proven more than average offspring in pedigree ,have change better to produce better quality than a very average bloodline what I see a lot...and yes it depends the quality from the individual dog also. we all know that too....
A starting stud dog have to start somewhere....duhhhhh.....
I have my opinion and other people have their own vision thats ok we will see in future what it brings...
Nobody in the world can say how a starting combination will produce all rockstars .Knowledge experience and vision will help, some people have better vision and knowledge than others thats why some breeders have produce better litters over the years than other breeders because they know what they doing and the others MANY OF THEM !!!! .... NOT......
by Koots on 24 October 2020 - 00:10
BM - have you seen his dam Chiva in person, or other pups from her? I see that she was bred to a couple of well-known dogs, just wondering what she produced.
For those just starting out in their pedigree research or people who have not seen/heard of dogs in Ivar's pedigree, what can you say about the genetics of this dog? Which dogs make his pedigree a 'proven' one? And what do you see that is special about Ivar himself?
by duke1965 on 24 October 2020 - 01:10
many or even most dogs with strong and/or proven pedigree are nothing like what their pedigree "promises "
working dog website has a nice tool on there that states the percentage of ancester loss coefficent, and thats between 90 and 100 % for most dogs these days, meaning that chances of pups being anything like any dog on their pedigree are pretty slim
by Baerenfangs Erbe on 24 October 2020 - 02:10