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Old 06-11-2008, 06:20 AM   #16 (permalink)
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Some OFRN dogs were bred brother to sister for multi generations. This is seen as a actually being a looser breeding then parent to offspring because of the diversity of genetics given to offspring by each parent. You are almost repeating the breeding of the parents by breeding brother/sister. Of course the genetic recessive defects could come out since they are now both carrying the genes of the parents so in that way it is different.

If you look at pedigrees you will probably note some inbreeding from time to time. One of my inbred females has inbreeding also in the pedigree her grand dam is from a half sibling breeding and her grand sires dam is from a sibling breeding.

I would like to add to correct my previous statement... I frown on most inbreeding(sibling). If a breeder has been in the game for decades, knows what they are doing, has perfect OFA scores, and has a very specific goak in mind then I would find it acceptable. I feel that a NooB. so to speak, has absolutely no business inbreeding. Also, OldBlood, I didn't understand your statement about linebreeding being loose, was that in comparison to inbreds?
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Old 06-11-2008, 06:29 PM   #17 (permalink)
 

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ok i think we are getting off topic, i just wana no if he has a good bloodline, and what kindof apbt he is
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Old 06-11-2008, 09:52 PM   #18 (permalink)
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lol, he actually is one of the smartest dogs that ive owned so have, just because a dog is inbreed doesn't mean he is goin to have any disabilities. It just narrow downs the gene pool by a lot and the percentages are increased for getting a mentally unstable dog.
Inbreeding even when done properly can produce the best of the best within that particular line but also the worst of the worst. As already said it should not be done by someone who just breeds indiscriminately.


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ok i think we are getting off topic, i just wana no if he has a good bloodline, and what kind of apbt he is
I know some of the names in front of a few of the dogs in the ped but not the dogs so I can't comment on if it is good or not LOL and I'm being too lazy to research it. I will add though that I've seen dogs that look great on paper that are not in person as well as dogs with what appear to be poor pedigrees that somehow have come out being great dogs. You can't just look at the papers and know it all.

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