Main > V rated working line males in the US? (0 replies)
by eichenluft on 04 April 2008 - 07:34
Oh come on. 300 puppies? I guess you didn't get through the counting part of pre-school. Why don't you continue your research since you are so obsessed with Eagle and my program, and find out how many puppies he's actually produced. Have you ever seen an Eagle pup work? I guess not, because they do VERY well, as anyone who has seen them or have them in their clubs can tell you. As I've said before, I don't CARE if you buy a pup from me or breed to Eagle. I have no interest in selling a pup to someone like you, or offering Eagle to any female you own. I have a waiting list for people who want Eagle pups, some have waited over a year and won't settle for anything else.
He is on this thread because he is a working-line dog in the USA who is V in conformation and 25X Schh3, FH2, KKl-1 for life and an excellent example of a stud dog available in this country who CAN and HAS produced super offspring. Anyone who is interested in him can contact me and get the proof in video, pictures, or contact info of trainers and owners who are working his progeny.
Let's find out what the other stud dogs mentioned have produced IN THIS COUNTRY - titled offspring? V rated dogs? I think not. Yet. And if the poster waits until they have before deciding to use such a dog in their program, it will be too late, the dog will be too old or deceased before the "proof comes".
Get a life, LAWoman. Why don't you tell us about your V-rated Schh3 dog? Or what he or she has produced? How about what you have produced, titled, handled from your program? Let's hear it.