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#21 Jamacee

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Posted 24 February 2009 - 08:34 PM

don't mean to sound cady but some of those are some ugly dogs. Maybe I've grown accustomed to seeing AID's. Alot of those poor guys look like alot of the husky mixes that would come into the pound when I worked there a long time ago.

Other than dogbreedinfo there was another one I came across alot but not sure of the name but I gleaned alot of info there. I thik it was the greatdogsite ? it escapes me at this point of typing if I find it I'll post it u

TR is right dogbreedinfo is a google powerhouse I always came across it when researching any breed.

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Posted 25 February 2009 - 08:43 AM

I think there is a story about those two camp dogs. She took them from Kim, and then told him they were dead. Something really bizarre, like that.
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Posted 25 February 2009 - 09:50 AM

Do ya hear me, out there, Girlfriend????????

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I do. And Thanks. How about we change places for a while? I'll play with all your dogs and the new pup, speaking up when I'm good and riled, and you can play the diplomat.

Hey, how is that new one?
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Posted 25 February 2009 - 10:39 AM

I do. And Thanks. How about we change places for a while? I'll play with all your dogs and the new pup, speaking up when I'm good and riled, and you can play the diplomat.

Hey, how is that new one?


Now isn't that a scenario!!?!?!?!?!? I really can behave when I have to!!!! You can most definitely come here and play. We call the little one the stealth midget. She is so fast and so quiet but so small. She's definitely from the new line -- one we have to get used to compared to Willie, Shadow, Joe, Zi and Bleu!!!

Let me know when you'll be here so I can get the dog hair picked up -- at least for the minute you walk in the door!!! Dinner and drinks will be waiting !!!
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Posted 25 February 2009 - 11:20 AM

We call the little one the stealth midget.


:) :lol: :lol: :lol:


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Posted 25 February 2009 - 12:24 PM

So judy what litter is the stealth midget from? Is it from one of the new breeders from the wilderbush?

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Posted 25 February 2009 - 07:19 PM

So judy what litter is the stealth midget from? Is it from one of the new breeders from the wilderbush?


Her mother is Sandy and her father Jay Silverheels. She's quite the character. She misses absolutely nothing. Watches everything and everyone.
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Posted 25 February 2009 - 09:47 PM

Her mother is Sandy and her father Jay Silverheels. She's quite the character. She misses absolutely nothing. Watches everything and everyone.

Hey Judy,
My daughters pup Chief Joseph is from the same litter. This is so cool. Send some pictures if you can. I will send some of Chief when I get a chance.

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Posted 26 February 2009 - 07:07 AM

or post them here for all to see... HA!! :):lol:

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Posted 11 March 2009 - 08:49 AM

Just thought I would give you all an update on Sasha - the rescue dog my best friend, Missi has in North Carolina.

She did contact Kim and they had a great convo on the AI and various other issues. Missi did finally get the lowdown on Sasha - who is a full-blooded Belgian Malinua.

Now the previous owner told Missi that Sasha was neutered ...and then Missi walked out back to see JJ (Missi's 155 lb long haired German Shepherd) and Sasha tied up together in a very "not neutered" position! :-)

So here are Sasha and JJ on the deck of their new home awaiting the arrival of their puppies!

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Posted 11 March 2009 - 09:09 AM

um debi I would be highly surprised if that was a malinois she looks like one of the various types of German Shepherd's dog

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Posted 11 March 2009 - 09:46 AM

Debi I would agree it's not a Mal. Although a pretty girl.
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Posted 11 March 2009 - 10:13 AM

um debi I would be highly surprised if that was a malinois she looks like one of the various types of German Shepherd's dog


She's the one in the front - as far as they know she is Malinois - AKC papers said so! Bwahahaha
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Posted 11 March 2009 - 10:23 AM

She's the one in the front - as far as they know she is Malinois - AKC papers said so! Bwahahaha



Yea I gathered that since you said the long haired GSD was on top :P as far as the AKC papers are concerned and I am going from the pic I have never seen a mal look so much like a GSD. Matter of fact the slight slant towards the nose on the dogs snout screams GSD not to mention the overall coloration. Mals have black masks yse but the body is normally a light brown but I have been wrong before like I was sayin I'm going from the pic. Plus thats would be the biggest mal I have ever seen if it was true.

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Posted 11 March 2009 - 11:20 AM

Yes this has to be a mistake of sorts. Something got switched around somewhere. I will bet there is a Malinois out there being called a GSD at least on paper. Or the paper work is fraudulent.

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Posted 11 March 2009 - 11:56 AM

Hey Judy,
My daughters pup Chief Joseph is from the same litter. This is so cool. Send some pictures if you can. I will send some of Chief when I get a chance.

Grandma Lisa and great uncle Hawk


I'll send the pictures to Allison and ask if she'd be kind enough to post Tsaga's pictures. She was born June 20th and I thought your daughter's pup was older for some reason. She is a pistol though!!!

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Posted 11 March 2009 - 01:55 PM

see debi here this is the breeder I was going to get a 'wolf' or hybrid or whatever they are till I found Kim and y'all

So called 98% wolves for family pets

I spoke w/ the ladies often but they would never give out other owners numbers so I could go meet one, that made me leary (sp?).

If you go throught the site they certainly make owning a wolf sound very attractive and often used the comparison of a wolf is einstein and any dog is like forrest gump.

I wised up of course but there are so many peeps out there doing this and SOO many dogs needlessly dieing b/c of it. At least these folks aren't saying they are NAIDS.

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Posted 11 March 2009 - 04:55 PM

Just thought I would give you all an update on Sasha - the rescue dog my best friend, Missi has in North Carolina.

She did contact Kim and they had a great convo on the AI and various other issues. Missi did finally get the lowdown on Sasha - who is a full-blooded Belgian Malinua.

Now the previous owner told Missi that Sasha was neutered ...and then Missi walked out back to see JJ (Missi's 155 lb long haired German Shepherd) and Sasha tied up together in a very "not neutered" position! :-)

So here are Sasha and JJ on the deck of their new home awaiting the arrival of their puppies!

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Not sure this was the best pic to see Sasha's face - but although Todd and Jason think she might not be - I did some research and found that many Malinois look like Sash...and found out some things about the breed I didn't know! First, didn't know they were a shepherd breed, and then second that they can have about 5 different colors! Found pics of some that are pure black! Bwahahaha

Not sure if her papers are faked or not - just know what we were told and the vet agreed. As Missi won't be "selling" the pups from JJ and Sasha - but donating them for 1. Service work, 2. Canine Companions, and 3. bringing one to my father-in-law! We are glad she is healthy and in a good home!

Thanks for the input!!
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Posted 11 March 2009 - 05:00 PM

see debi here this is the breeder I was going to get a 'wolf' or hybrid or whatever they are till I found Kim and y'all

So called 98% wolves for family pets

I spoke w/ the ladies often but they would never give out other owners numbers so I could go meet one, that made me leary (sp?).

If you go throught the site they certainly make owning a wolf sound very attractive and often used the comparison of a wolf is einstein and any dog is like forrest gump.

I wised up of course but there are so many peeps out there doing this and SOO many dogs needlessly dieing b/c of it. At least these folks aren't saying they are NAIDS.



My rule of thumb? If a dog breeder does not have their own "website" and is hosting on a free server? Steer clear!
I don't think wolf hybrids are "bad" persay - but it takes a special person to own one and be able to handle their personalities. My best friend throughout school (k-12)'s dad owned a hybrid and Bear was not a very social animal. He was great with the family, but he would turn on a dime if Richard was not with him when others came around. I got nipped a few times until I learned from them how to "neck nip" him - and I was around Bear from the time he was a year old! When Richard passed away the family ended up having to put Bear to rest also as he could not be controlled by anyone else.

I joined a very informative hybrid group on Facebook last week and the information they are providing is pretty good. Also looking at getting an informative group blog going on this as soon as everything calms down around here! :P
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Posted 11 March 2009 - 05:35 PM

Not sure this was the best pic to see Sasha's face - but although Todd and Jason think she might not be - I did some research and found that many Malinois look like Sash...and found out some things about the breed I didn't know! First, didn't know they were a shepherd breed, and then second that they can have about 5 different colors! Found pics of some that are pure black! Bwahahaha

Not sure if her papers are faked or not - just know what we were told and the vet agreed. As Missi won't be "selling" the pups from JJ and Sasha - but donating them for 1. Service work, 2. Canine Companions, and 3. bringing one to my father-in-law! We are glad she is healthy and in a good home!

Thanks for the input!!




I'm really sure she is not a Malinois. There is only one Malinois and four types of Belgian Shepherd dogs, Check it out

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Debi I'm not trying to be a butt about this just trying to keep it straight. kind of like someone calling a NAID a AID.

Yes I am glad she is being cared for. she is beautiful and the puppies are going to be great I'm sure. Give her love for me.
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