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what is the winning price for winning a dog show?

what is the winning price for winning a dog show?
By chollen · 02 Mar 2011 3:37 pm

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By sandy · 02 Mar 2011 8:47 pm
Depends on breed, do u need a pup or adult ?

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By chollen · 02 Mar 2011 9:06 pm
i need a young pup pug,, but in here i am asking what do we get for winning a dog show
ex labrador
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By sandy · 02 Mar 2011 9:10 pm
so I assume u wanna sell a lab which is a show dog.. ?
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By chollen · 03 Mar 2011 5:25 pm
no my friend
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By Navjot Singh · 05 Mar 2011 6:52 pm
Chollen understand. There is a breeder Mr Smith who owns 2 KCI registered Great Dane pairs. At one show, one of these dogs becomes a champion. Next month, Mr Smith let these pairs mate. The puppies from this pair will also be registered. On a certificate, the puppies pedigree record show one of the parents is a champion, ie a prefix CH attached before the name of Sire of Dam.
The value of these puppies ( belonging to champion line ) will be higher than average puppies ( not belonging to champion line). Therefore, while a Great Dane puppy belonging to a non-champion line will be sold at Rs 15k, Mr Smith's Puppies whose father or mother was the best dog in a show will be sold between 20-30 K.
That's one of the ways of earning more money. Breeders madly take their dogs to dog shows expecting their dogs to win the shows so that the puppies produced from them fetch more money for them.
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By chollen · 05 Mar 2011 9:21 pm
okai ,, gr8 answer,, thanks mate
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By Navjot Singh · 05 Mar 2011 11:39 pm
If you are buying a puppy and are interested in buying a specific breed, consider buying it with papers. The KCI registration will confirm that the puppy's ancestors are of the same breed as that of the puppy. This will rule out the possibility of mixed breed puppies. KCI hands over the papers to a breeder only if the dog meets the breed's standards. So it's a kind of breed's assurance.
A puppy with good pedigree costs more than a puppy with unknown ancestory. It doesn't matter if a puppy belongs to champion line or not as there's no guarantee that puppy will also turn out to be a champ. It's an unnecessary fuss that breeders create to earn more money from this business.

I hope this will silent some of the questions in your mind.
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By abhijeet patel · 27 Jun 2011 4:46 am
I seriously hate the word breeder tell me one thing they don't sale.......nails are to be like this ,,,,,coats is to be like that,..........ears ....tails ....teeth......head.....should er .....everything............... .according to them anything which theri dog have is best in market.......doesn't matter a stray dog will come....and beat him in quality....these people are real suckers......even vets are jumping in this business due to profit......i would suggest only see and learn from internet try to buy puppy of at least three months old......and compare and analyze with the aspect you find on internet that is it and you will be the real judge next is before buying a puppy ask breeder to come to a show to get opinion abt the pup from a kci judge or certifer in show.....
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