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    An example of my breeding

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    My favorite male from my summer litter, from my V rated momma dog. Pics of her to come soon. This is Tux, AKA Aron von Isengard, **btw, 7.5 months old in this pic.



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    How beautiful. How much does a dog like that run?






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    He's very cute!
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    Tux was sold for $1300. Sire is multiple time V1 show rated, mom was VERY high rated at our Sieger show, both parents schutzhund titled, HD clear, lifetime hip guarantee. Thats actually quite a bit below market for this quality but I am a fledgling breeder with no "big name" to back me up. Comparable breeders in my area sell their pups for $1500-$4000. I paid $2500 for my girls.
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    ahhh! i want one! how far is grayslake from chicago?

    i have one girl already hannah 3 years.... shes my baby, and if i get into grad school in chicago (i have a house! with a yard!) i would like to get her a friend for while im gone...

    i think a female would be a good match for her, because i dont want her dominated and i dont think she would react to that well... but a pre-placement meeting would be good too

    would it be alright if we PMed about this?
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    Absolutely, in my experience, the male/female dynamic works better, they don't call em bitches for nothing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PvtWinkiesgirl View Post
    Absolutely, in my experience, the male/female dynamic works better, they don't call em bitches for nothing.
    That is very true. Its usually better if you have 2 dogs that they be of opposite sex.
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    thats a beautiful dog

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