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My dog is KC registered pedigree, not castrated and I bought him from a breeder.

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FarQueue Mon 29-Aug-11 19:53:22

And I'm not going to apologise for it.

ThePathanKhansWoman Mon 29-Aug-11 19:59:07

I bought a Jack Russell from some travellers once (he was a bold boy grin), he once stole the next door neighbours 'resting`' sunday joint shock.

He died years ago, still miss his antics. Enjoy your dog, good luck.

ditavonteesed Mon 29-Aug-11 20:12:58

and the point is?

PacificDogwood Mon 29-Aug-11 20:13:43

Shall we talk about living rooms wink?

NLsupportsawomensrighttochoose Mon 29-Aug-11 20:15:42

The OP is 'poking' the posters on this topic who seem to equate her behaviour with mass slaughter of innocents, global warming etc. I don't think this will end well.

The Pathan - my sister's bonny little dog was also a travellers puppy. Sister saw both the mum and dad and like what she saw. Grand little dog.

CoffeeIsMyFriend Mon 29-Aug-11 20:16:20

so what? There is no need to apologise for it.

If you have just popped on here to stir up emotions and trouble on a Bank Holiday Monday fire away. If you have came here to tell us something interesting about your breed of Dog fair enough.

PersonalClown Mon 29-Aug-11 20:16:57

I second that... point is??

Actually I know what you're on about and I couldn't give a monkeys. I'd like everyone to go for rescue but I'm wise enough to know that it doesn't/can't/won't happen.

As long as your dog is happy, healthy, well cared for and you don't abuse it in anyway... Enjoy.

Each to their own I say.

ditavonteesed Mon 29-Aug-11 20:18:34

I had a jack russel as a kid, they werent even recognised as a pedigree breed back then <too old>

MarshaBrady Mon 29-Aug-11 20:19:42

Is KC registration frowned upon?

CoffeeIsMyFriend Mon 29-Aug-11 20:19:43

well I dont know what OP is on about. I also think OP should explain.
And personally I find it rather rude of them to assume that those of us with a KC reg pedigree dog should apologise for it.

GeeinItLaldy Mon 29-Aug-11 20:21:46

They're still not, dita. Well, they are in so much as most people can identify a Jack Russell and therefore they are a recognisable breed, but they're still not a Kennel Club registered breed.

ditavonteesed Mon 29-Aug-11 20:24:00

I did not know that <maybe not as old as I initially thought> he was the funniest dog ever, although not the brightest spark.

LadyDamerel Mon 29-Aug-11 20:24:48

It's a deliberate attempt to start a ruck.

Poor form, imo.

There's enough discussion of the 'issues' within the Doghouse topic on the two threads in active convos atm.

ThePathanKhansWoman Mon 29-Aug-11 20:25:33

I'd love to get another, he was such a loveable rogue, so smart. Had small dog syndrome, loved a row, with the biggest dog in sight smile.

ditavonteesed Mon 29-Aug-11 20:26:55

mine did too, actually my border terrier does as well, must be a terrier thing, they think they are german shepards that got shrunk or something, terriers are the best small dogs never boring.

ditavonteesed Mon 29-Aug-11 20:27:49

oh and she is a pedigree, kc registered and bought from a breeder, cant say as anybody has ever made me feel the need to apologise for these facts.

QuietTiger Tue 30-Aug-11 11:47:44

What's your point FarQueue?

If you want an uncastrated, pedigree dog bought from a breeder, then that's up to you. In the same way it's up to me to think you a twat for trying to start a "debate" over a "hot topic" issue.

As you were.

DooinMeCleanin Tue 30-Aug-11 14:27:28

I don't get the point either? Buying a KC registered puppy from a reputable breeder is fine.

Lots of people like Pedigree dogs for lots of reasons. They're not my cup of tea, but then niether are Hamsters. I don't judge Hamster owners.

I think you mean to stir up trouble about him not being castrated? Again I don't see what the problem is. Hire him out as a stud to a reputable KC breeder if you wish and can afford the necessary health tests. I have no problems with reputable breeders, only numpties, BYBs and puppy farmers.

As an aside if you do not want to breed from him have a chat to your vet about the health benefits of castration, such as lower risks of cancers etc. It might interest you.

Vallhala Tue 30-Aug-11 18:23:29

Does anyone know what the weather will be like in the South this weekend? I'm taking part in a rescue fundraiser, I do hope that it'll be sunny.

PacificDogwood Tue 30-Aug-11 18:37:34

Ooooh, a conversation about the weather: much better grin.

Sorry, no idea what it's going to be like in the Souf, but it's positively autumnal her angry.


PacificDogwood Tue 30-Aug-11 18:38:19

here. FFS

Vallhala Tue 30-Aug-11 18:52:42

It is here too! Cold, grey and threatening rain! grin

thefirstMrsDeVere Tue 30-Aug-11 18:57:28

A puppy wouldnt be castrated would it?

You have to wait till they are 6mths (I know that is still a puppy but not a puppy puppy).

I bought my first dog two years ago. I always have rescues but I wanted a puppy and I knew I wouldnt qualify for a rescue round here AND I didnt want a terrier/staffie.

I bought a cross breed though cos they are my favs.

And its freezing down south at the moment BTW

ditavonteesed Tue 30-Aug-11 18:59:20

freezing here in the north as well, could turn round bt the weekend though, fingers crossed.

RealityVonCrapp Tue 30-Aug-11 19:03:29

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