by Steve1972 on 20 January 2024 - 11:01
by Slav74 on 21 January 2024 - 12:01
by Slav74 on 21 January 2024 - 13:01
I personally don't trust the people from JINOPO anymore, I wouldn't even buy a bag of food from them. I don't believe that the parents are clean. My Pitt started having problems with his elbow between 3 and 4 months.
I was directly in JINOPO and a lady was handing over the puppy, when I wanted to see the parents (BRUNA and JAIKA) I was not allowed to, the parents were in another city.
The reason why I bought a puppy from JINOPO was that in the ancestors of my dog I came across 2 dogs that I knew personally. People do not search for this kennel in the Czech Republic, there are better and cheaper kennels with world championship successes, when If anyone is interested, I will send a link to the German Shepherd Club here in the Czech Republic.
I'm going to buy a new puppy, because my dog from JINOPO can't work, so I only go for walks with him, we give medicine for dysplasia.
Here is a big offer of puppies after Chuck Felones (2nd place at the World Championship 2023). The price of a puppy is around 18,000 CZK (792 dollars).
Thank you very much for your message and good luck with your puppy selection.....
Here is the reaction of a lady who bought a puppy from JINOPO:
Apr 25, 2023 (Edited by Moderator)
Hello, Have bought a puppy from Jinopo kennel. Dog must be euthanized due to HD and AD, both heads had severe hip dysplasia and elbow dysplasia. I have contacted the man who spoke to the kennel and said that I will get a new puppy, but he died. His daughter who runs the kennel won't give me the puppy or the money back.
by GSCat on 22 January 2024 - 02:01
FWIW, I've known workingdog to sometimes have outdated info, and if the new owner doesn't update the dog, the old info could be on there for a very long time.
Giordano Bruno Vlci udoli isn't listed at AlpineK9 as a current stud, so I think the info on JINOPO about him being retired or sold is correct. No way to know if actually sold, since both sold and retired are lumped togther.
Not in the market for a puppy at this time, but thank you for the well wishes.
My current dog is all Czech working lines, and she's as perfect as a dog can be.
I trained her for LE work, and after my retirement, retrained her as my medical service dog.
Absolutely no issues at all with her health. Sometimes she doesn't understand the word "retired," so not the best behaved medical service dog, and taking her to a hospital is "problematic" (so I don't) LOL
Hope your puppy grows up happy and pain-free and you have many, many enjoyable years together, even though only as best friends.