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Angelika 10-08-2008 21:55

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Originally Posted by wildenmorgen (Bericht 152092)
Hebridean Wolfdogs to Shoshone...

...pacino/ukwolfdogs and cry-wolf

Sorry to say but "they mix it all" - CSW with Inuits, CSW with wolf, CSW with SWD, SWD with Inuits. It´s really incredible :twisted:

Mikael 10-08-2008 22:35

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Originally Posted by Angelika (Bericht 152116)
...pacino/ukwolfdogs and cry-wolf

Sorry to say but "they mix it all" - CSW with Inuits, CSW with wolf, CSW with SWD, SWD with Inuits. It´s really incredible :twisted:

Yes thats what it looks like and all fore the money :evil: :evil: :evil:

It also looks like the CsV puppys lives in the barn like cattles. :evil: :evil: :evil:
and thay plan to take new litters but thay still have adult puppies for sale. :evil: :evil: :evil:

/ Mikael

jennyw1 02-09-2008 17:13

How common is Stomac illness and other healt problems?
 
Is there any statistic about Stomac illness or other healt problems how can bring Csw problems for life or put the dog in that situation that we must put the dog to sleep.

Hanka 02-09-2008 18:49

Statistic no exist, only czech breed comission watch some problems, if it is in population.

jennyw1 02-09-2008 19:08

But then i m looking forward too hear about it from Csw dog owners who healty is your dogs?

elf 10-09-2008 11:24

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Originally Posted by elf (Bericht 151543)
I guess the beginning would be the most difficult, then we could maybe have a "snowball" effect. As a start we would need one person for each country who will collect what the national club already gathered. For example, some months ago the Dutch club focuses on heart trouble, how far they went in their investigations ?
And so on ... this would be a good starting point (we could then add DNA profile, statistical studies etc...). Does the "community" is ready for that or should we wait the breed become in a difficult situation ?

Any updates ?

Would be great to have something like that: http://www.vetsci.usyd.edu.au/lida/index.php?Pg=2

Mikael 10-09-2008 14:50

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Originally Posted by elf (Bericht 157508)
Any updates ?

Would be great to have something like that: http://www.vetsci.usyd.edu.au/lida/index.php?Pg=2

Yes something like that :) would be good in a short distance future, I think !!! But can any body tell me which diseases we are to look fore ???
sens I do not intend to wait, I plan to do a DNA test -09, but do not know which diseases that are most common on CsV.

Regards / Mikael


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