• When i have decent internet i Sure gonna watch this... Thx Ruben
  • hope everyone watches this

  • I'm glad this guy wasn't one of my professors.

    There are too many "breeder" that are inbreeding. We also have too many the line breed too long without out crossing some other line back in or waiting too long before the out crossing. Not enough breeders are doing genetic testing. This is especially true for backyard breeders and puppy mills.

    • thats y ur glad he wasn't ur professor lol

      • I would have been bored to death. I don't know how long I would have stayed

        But I agree more people that even think about breeding should know more about genetics before breeding. I just saw an ad on hoobly. Someone is posting an ad for a stud fee. They have a big presa. But the dog it a pet quality dog. This dog will pass on those bad genes to its litter. Apparently this is a proven stud and has at least 2 litters. It has a bad front end and a bad back end. It has too many faults. All dogs have faults, but it makes no sense to pass on these. I don't know the people. I don't have the heart to email them and give them an evaluation of that dog. This is why education about you breed is important. They probably paid a lot of money not knowing they were getting pet quality.

        I had a person contact me about there dog that they got from a well know breeder in Canada. They got a blue presa from them. They purchased the dog with the intent on breeding it in the future. The breeder was aware of this and recommended that dog. Blue is a disqualifying fault. That dog should have been sold as pet quality with a spay/neuter contract. I'm sure it is a great dog and great guardian. But it should be bred because of genetics.

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