Belgian Malinois > LOOKING FOR A GOOD STUD CLOSE TO OHIO (56 replies)
LOOKING FOR A GOOD STUD CLOSE TO OHIO
by PASHAK9 on 05 June 2011 - 13:37
|I HAVE A FEMALE MALINOIS SHE HAS NEVER BEEN BREED. HIPS AND ELBOWS ARE DONE.CKC PAPERS BUT GOING TO BE AKC. SHE IS NOT A HARD FEMALE. I AM LOOKING FOR A GOOD STUD JUST NOT ANY STUD TO BREED HER WITH.SHE IS OUT OF QAIN FONTAINEDOR AND TANYA DE'BONILLA (M) (USA). JUST OVER TWO YEARS OLD.SHE SHOULD BE IN HEAT IN JUNE OR JULY. I HOPE SOME CAN HELP ME OUT. SHE|
by Duderino on 05 June 2011 - 15:15
|What are you trying to add to her other than the fact that she's a little soft? What type of homes are the puppies going to go to? SchH, Ring, K9, (GOD forbid) pet?|
by jamie79 on 06 June 2011 - 20:48
I would use Vulcain very good dog and Rick is a really nice guy
by Duderino on 06 June 2011 - 21:00
|You are kidding right? I won't even get into the Rick is a really nice guy thing part because it shouldn't be an issue of what a butthead the owner is but rather what the dog brings to the table genetically and what you are trying to add to your female and to the breed. So far the OP has not mentioned what attributes he is looking to improve other than his female is a little soft. What features do you think this dog brings that will improve the OP's female? What type of work will be done with these puppies?|
by maliman on 07 June 2011 - 02:33
what kinda dog are you looking to get out of it?
by jamie79 on 07 June 2011 - 23:44
|Duderino do You have any time to train looks like all you do is talk SHIT all day long, having some one easer to deal with makes the hole proses much smother. I know you think you are GOD on hear get a life.|
by Duderino on 08 June 2011 - 04:30
|I thought I was asking intelligent thought provoking questions into what type of dog and with what training attributes the OP was looking for in a male. You on the other hand have not located the spell check feature and as of yet, have contributed very little.|
by Mal07 on 08 June 2011 - 21:23
|Duderino is right! What traits are you looking to add to what the female has to offer. also where are you looking to place these dogs?|
What have any of these studs produced and produced consistantly?
There are plenty of studs out there. People really need to do research not just jump on the first thing they see.
by Don22 on 08 June 2011 - 23:33
|Check out this website to find other Stud dogs, http://searchdogsonline.com/|
by jamie79 on 11 June 2011 - 01:11
|I am British where I am from the spelling is correct.|
He is RING 3 SELECTIFS with a lot of du Boscaille blood in him been used by a few good kennels to produce some hard dogs.
“Vulcain de Royaume d’Heracles” 2009 Selected for the Championship of France in Group 3. 2010 ARF Vice Champion, 2010 Cup of Champions winner
by Duderino on 11 June 2011 - 03:35
having some one easer to deal with makes the hole proses much smother.
Now in my English that would read "having someone easier to deal with makes the whole process much smoother".
by jamie79 on 11 June 2011 - 16:56
|You really are weak still going on about my spelling.|
All you do is bitch about other people it really is pathetic, still get a fucking life
by Duderino on 11 June 2011 - 17:41
|No, I bitch about people who are frauds and liars in the dog world and about people who are about egos and selfishness and not about the dogs. Thanks for contributing to the topic, now go wash your mouth out.|
by Mal07 on 11 June 2011 - 23:29
|Duderino, can you name a few dogs that you would use for either sch or ring? Try to help some people gain knowledge|
by Duderino on 12 June 2011 - 03:23
|I'm still waiting for the OP to respond as far as what it is they are looking for.|
by hunter k-9 on 12 June 2011 - 06:00
Above is the dog that the OP is looking to breed. She is on the bigger side for a bitch. However like the OP said she is soft.
What do the above lines produce? I have seen strong dog out of this line that seem to work just fine. Would it be safe to linebreed her on Jason or outcross? I would hope that she would be getting breed to improve the breed but like the quote of the day "If you breed shit to your Gold you just get shit on your Gold"
by maliman on 12 June 2011 - 14:04
|I love the Quit hunter K-9!!!|
I hear that jason was a crap dog I dont know that my self but its what i hear from alot of people? I do know that the litter tanya is from was not a great one and i know that from the breeder him self! what is the breeding for ? long term (breeding goals)? or just to make money?
by Mal07 on 12 June 2011 - 18:25
|So what's the thought on jason being a "crap dog"? I've not heard this one|
by maliman on 13 June 2011 - 00:30
|They say he is a soft dog was not confident in the bite work?|
by ultramal on 20 June 2011 - 21:11
|amazing...the gossip one hears lol...|
Tom, I would highly recommend Vulcain and my experience as well as others' has been that Rick is stand up guy. You have to look at every breeding combination as 'complementary' as there is no 'perfect' dog...analyze your bitch's strong points, weak points, what you'd like to achieve with each breeding, what you want to strengthen and what you want to lessen, for what program, what type of dogs the stud has produced with which lines and go from there...It's not everything but it's a start. So lots of research and Rick is an encyclopedia of info as he has access to info firsthand.
And my best advice to you is sift through the crap that you find on the internet...As you haven't been all that long into Malis....you will run into gossip and judgments all the time lol....all over a simple question :( Sorry about that. Also you may want to check into ARF (American Ring Federation) in your state. http://www.facebook.com/pages/American-Ringsport-Federation/140412952662383?ref=ts# It's growing by leaps and bounds...