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Clubby85

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#1
Ok,

Me and the missus are looking for two puppies. We live in Germany and can't seem to find any around the place.

Mainly looking for retrievers, huskies, labs. But haven't got much of a choice at the moment.

How do we go about finding puppies?

Clubby85
 
#2
Try the local vets.They should be able to give you contact numbers for breeders.
 
#4
I've got a couple of seal pups, very cuddly and loving.

Will be almost a shame to drag them in the street and club them
 
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#6
There used to be a civi British run kennels in the Fallingbostel area. Might be worth a look.
 
#8
As a KC registered breeder I would urge you not to get 2 puppies at the same time. Leave a year or so between.
 
#9
Try your local Tierheim. (animal shelter)

Just look in the phone book.
They are always looking for good homes for pets.
 
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Clubby85

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#10
Hey,

Thanks ladies and germs.

We found lots of breeders around the area thanks.....

We will be getting a Collie (Lassie type, for the missus) and a alsation pup mid march.

Lovin it lovin it.

Cheers,

Clubby
 
#11
try DHD24 very good free ads german website, look in your local area. alternatly you can pick up from Uk and bring staright to germany with no quarantine, just have to get the dog sorted and rabies etc to go back to uk.
 
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minister_doh_nut said:
I've got a couple of seal pups, very cuddly and loving.

Will be almost a shame to drag them in the street and club them
Norway this year then? CLICKY
 
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Wonk_Mog said:
As a KC registered breeder I would urge you not to get 2 puppies at the same time. Leave a year or so between.
Why? I got two bitches from the same litter just before Xmas, now 15 weeks old, they're brilliant together. Twice as destructive, but that's my fault not their's.
 
#15
We are on to the second page of a thread on ARRSE about puppies and no-one has posted a picture of a bird with large t1ts. This along with all the gay banter flying around here is getting me worried.

 
#16
That's because Dolly doesn't call them puppies, she refers to them as her girls.

Ok, Rough Collies are the breed I have been breeding, training and showing for a couple of decades. So if you need any heads up on the breed and their quirks, any grooming issues, health concerns just PM be glad to help out. (make sure however, before you bring the pup home, it has been vetted for collie eye - it's a bad breeding trait that was bred into most lines a few years ago in an attempt by some designer breeders to alter the eye shape. The eye should be a nice almond shape. Also, some lines have developed a severe reaction to ivermectin and if given to the dog, will kill it. So to be safe, do not give the animal any flea/worm treatment that contains ivermectin unless you pay for a screening to determine if your dog has/doesn't have the mutated gene.

Some lines have a beef protein allergy so watch the dog's paws for reddening around the pads or excessive licking on the forelegs. Could be a protein allergy. They also can't tolerate a high level of fat, most lines are intolerant to fat and develop colitis as a result.

Good luck, they are wonderful beasties.
 
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Clubby85

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Cheers,

Some seriously good info, and some seriously messed up people, but hey army's army.

Clubby
 
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niner_domestic said:
Some lines have a beef protein allergy so watch the dog's paws for reddening around the pads or excessive licking on the forelegs. Could be a protein allergy. They also can't tolerate a high level of fat, most lines are intolerant to fat and develop colitis as a result.

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I have an Anatolian Shepherd and from time to time she goes through weeks of licking her forelegs to the point of licking skin off in small patches.
Our vet told us, it's due to anxiety. But I can't see what does she have to be anxious about. Can it be protein allergy?
 
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