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Well,not being funny but there could be 101 reasons for that mate 😉

You only have to flick through the ads on these dog selling websites to see people are exploiting these breeds to top up their dole money.....the structure of any dog isnt going to improve when its so

Why can't folk just be happy with a Staffy, just a silly status symbol that looks shite. 

6 minutes ago, MH1 said:

On the subject of breeding, don't know what it is but every dalmatian I've bumped into recently has been a cnut

there are mate , we had one when i was 18, the thing bitten my younger brother , there fookin brain dead  worst breed i come across , them and Afghan hounds   there as bad  need  686 in  the head .! 

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27 minutes ago, MH1 said:

On the subject of breeding, don't know what it is but every dalmatian I've bumped into recently has been a cnut

 

16 minutes ago, bird said:

there are mate , we had one when i was 18, the thing bitten my younger brother , there fookin brain dead  worst breed i come across , them and Afghan hounds   there as bad  need  686 in  the head .! 

Funnily enough, or not, I've only been near  three dalmations in my life, an old schoolmate had the 1st one I seen, about 1974ish, and all three were well aggressive

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44 minutes ago, MH1 said:

On the subject of breeding, don't know what it is but every dalmatian I've bumped into recently has been a cnut

Well,not being funny but there could be 101 reasons for that mate 😉

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20 hours ago, gnasher16 said:

You only have to flick through the ads on these dog selling websites to see people are exploiting these breeds to top up their dole money.....the structure of any dog isnt going to improve when its sole reason for being bred is a wide screen tv.

Mr Taxman is also looking at these adds,he's also following a good few of them up and is wanting his 40% of the sale price per puppy,so i 'd say a few of them widescreens will be going back when the tax bills start hitting the door mats..

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1 hour ago, oddser said:

The breeding has got that bad with some pedigree dogs  folk should only buy pups off parents that are gold or silver health tested

The folk i know who are puppy farmers do a lot of home work into what they are buying in as either brood bitches or stud dogs and iv'e known them to travel to Liverpool,Portsmouth and other not on the door step places to buy in fault free dogs(they are in Norfolk).They have been going for so long a lot of their customers are second or third time buyers as such and curs they may all be but breed fault free as best you can results in less vets bills  and a happy owner will return to replace when they have to and that's just what they do.

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17 hours ago, MH1 said:

On the subject of breeding, don't know what it is but every dalmatian I've bumped into recently has been a cnut

First dog that got me into hunting was a Dalmatian cross deerhound some 50 years ago was some dog

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On 30/05/2020 at 08:56, fireman said:

Mr Taxman is also looking at these adds,he's also following a good few of them up and is wanting his 40% of the sale price per puppy,so i 'd say a few of them widescreens will be going back when the tax bills start hitting the door mats..

Disgusting way to make a few quid ive more respect for a bloke walking in and holding up a post office !....theres something uncannily sly and devious about prostituting dogs like that,desperate c**ts.

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Mother in law, was given a labradoddle from a breeder, apparently it was too big lol... Turned into a lovely companion for her... Only problem was the poor thing spent most its life at the vets... Thankfully she had insurance.... Had her put to sleep at Xmas 8 Yr old... Worked out it had cost over 18 k in meds over its lifetime😔... Who the f**k gets off breeding dogs with so many faults? I find these folks that breed dogs for a living scummy cnuts,even my  old mates and my own brother, don't agree with it myself 👍 

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Just now, Daniel cain said:

Mother in law, was given a labradoddle from a breeder, apparently it was too big lol... Turned into a lovely companion for her... Only problem was the poor thing spent most its life at the vets... Thankfully she had insurance.... Had her put to sleep at Xmas 8 Yr old... Worked out it had cost over 18 k in meds over its lifetime😔... Who the f**k gets off breeding dogs with so many faults? I find these folks that breed dogs for a living scummy cnuts,even my  old mates and my own brother, don't agree with it myself 👍 

Wasn't from the place that shut down near Caldicot, wentwood? 

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I read somewhere recently that the bloke who "invented" the labradoodle says it was the worst thing he ever did. 

I did quite a lot of research recently into different breeds as I was toying with getting something different for my next dog and I was astounded by the prices. Every breed I looked at was over a grand! I was mortified at paying about £500 for a pure registered kelpie. Ironically, the cheapest dogs are invariably working sheepdogs.

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