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Old 12-09-2007, 08:02 PM
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This isn't for me

Zoom, I have looked at Pincie Creek, it's only about 40 minutes away from me. But they don't health test their females from what I saw, only the males? lol

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Old 12-10-2007, 12:43 AM
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What isn't for you? An Aussie?

Have you emailed Pincie and asked them about their females? I just might do it myself, because I'm curious now.
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Old 12-10-2007, 01:44 AM
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Pincie Creek has many tested females. The way you know is you check the database http://www.offa.org/results.html?all=pincie&x=0&y=0
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Old 12-10-2007, 06:39 PM
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Zoom, the aussie breeder isn't for me, a friend.

Thats really strange Showpug, lol! I never saw ONE female that said anything about health testing yet all the males had that on their page. Thanks!
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You might try this breeder she is the VP of my kennel club and is just simply amazing
http://ryancreekaussies.com
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Zoom, the aussie breeder isn't for me, a friend.

Thats really strange Showpug, lol! I never saw ONE female that said anything about health testing yet all the males had that on their page. Thanks!
Possibly because they are at stud and people would want to know what tests a prospective stud would have had ... ?
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If you're wanting a show dog, she might be good, but it doesn't sound like she's concentrating much at all on herding ability and if I read Lizmo's OP correctly, her friend is looking for a working Aussie.
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Yes, the reason I recommend working over showing is because of price. They don't have thousands to spend on a pet for their son. They definitely have the means to care for the dog and it will get the best darn socializing possible.
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On that Aussieboard, there are a handful of people who either have or know of a couple of show/working cross litters...might also be a place to consider.
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Yes, the reason I recommend working over showing is because of price. They don't have thousands to spend on a pet for their son. They definitely have the means to care for the dog and it will get the best darn socializing possible.
Hmmm...if they are just looking for a pet for their son, is a working line Aussie going to be happy in that environment? Won't the dog be too drivey? I would think show line Aussies would accept "pethood" better? lol!

By the way, not all show breeders sell pets for thousands of dollars. Most larger breed pet quality puppies are about $1000 from show lines...
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