^^^ This....there are going to be people now breeding these left, right and center I forsee lots of matted mongrels on the way and not many will be used for agiltiy I will bet
I am not sure how you suddenly come up with..... lets cross a crested with a bichon and whatever else went in to make an agility dog lots of breeds would fit that description without creating a new one, I would hazard a guess the rest of the litter never all went to working homes, the hair makes a huge difference to how the dog looks I would suspect shaved down the dog looks a little weird and definately massivley under shot by the looks of it.
Sorry Im still not getting it
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08-05-12, 08:43 PM #21
Re: BGT, Ashleigh & Pudsey, designer x breeds - opinions?155
08-05-12, 08:58 PM #22
Re: BGT, Ashleigh & Pudsey, designer x breeds - opinions?
i agree- i bet there is an influx now of cross breed 'pudseys' which is no good thing
cayla, youd be surprised, of course i dont know them so im only guessing, but similar litters ive known bred from successful agility dogs have all been pre-booked, that said, Ive no idea if Pudseys parents were known or successful at the time or if that only came with Pudsey.
i dont know anything about wee dogs so ive no idea about the logic of the cross Im afraid, only that its popular to cross a BC with something smaller.Some people also are desperate to get really small BC's that will measure into medium..
..now thats entertainment !!
08-05-12, 11:58 PM #23
09-05-12, 01:04 AM #24
09-05-12, 09:48 AM #25
Re: BGT, Ashleigh & Pudsey, designer x breeds - opinions?Proud owner of Weim Chloe, Vizsla Ronnie and their son Reggie...Bengal and Burmese cat...And 17hh Grey Trakehner on FLVTB :-)