[/QUOTE]Originally posted by CharmyPoo@Sep 1 2005, 11:26 PM
Every breeder has nice dogs and some not so nice dogs. Just because you are going to a well known breeder does not guarantee you will get the same quality puppy as someone else.
You have to know what you are looking for and what you want. Let the breeder know and he or she will find the best fit for you. You have to understand and learn about the bloodlines and the breeding programs of the breeders.
Charmypoo, To help us all understand this... what would make a dog "not so nice"? Would it just be things like bite or size? Wouldn't they still be breeding one or two champions to produce the puppy? And since he/she is just for a pet, the most important thing would be breeding from healthy parents rather than champion potential, etc. ????