by bud1966 on 04 December 2017 - 16:12
by Sunsilver on 04 December 2017 - 17:12
You must be a newcomer to the GSD world. Otherwise, you would say what kind of stud you are looking for, and what your plans are for the puppies, other than just trying to make a quick buck...
by Q Man on 04 December 2017 - 20:12
by bud1966 on 04 December 2017 - 20:12
by susie on 04 December 2017 - 20:12
Instead of "lol" why don't you tell the readers on this board what you are looking for? Bloodlines, phenotype, temperament, health, working abilities?
Ask a profounded question and you will find people willing to help...
by bud1966 on 04 December 2017 - 21:12
by Western Rider on 04 December 2017 - 23:12
He finally made an Ad for the classifieds. Still no information about what you are looking for.
by hexe on 05 December 2017 - 04:12
Before anyone can point you in the direction of 'a nice stud in Ohio'--of which there are a number--we would need information on your female, as well as what you're looking to produce as far as her offspring go [beyond the basic 'puppies']...
Start with your female--what is her pedigree? It would be irresponsible to suggest a stud without knowing something about who your female's parents and grandparents, etc., are...no point in mentioning a stud dog that might be your girl's father or cousin, for example. Is she North American lines, Euro working lines, Euro show lines, something else? How old is your female, by the way?
How about your female's health certifications--does she have any? Hips and elbows certified as being 100% sound? Do you do any activities with her where her performance or appearance is rated by an expert third-party, such as showing, obedience, dock-diving, etc.?
What are you looking for, specifically, in a stud dog, aside from breed and working reproductive organs? Do you want to stay within the same lines, or outcross to a different GSD line?
What are your female's strengths and weaknesses, and what should the dog she's bred to be able to improve upon?
What are your plans for the puppies, if you breed her? Are you looking to produce dogs that are suitable for law enforcement, assistance dogs for handlers with a disability, dogsports activities, etc., or just stable, healthy pets and nothing more?
Answers to these questions will allow folks to have a starting point for making a recommendation...without that info, you might as well just put an ad on Craig's list.
by Hundmutter on 05 December 2017 - 06:12
by bud1966 on 05 December 2017 - 12:12
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