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Old 23-09-2011, 16:18   #1
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Default Approved for Breeding tags

We are still working on the database so bugs will appear from time to time.

"Approved for breeding" is a dog which has breeding rights in the country where the dog lives AND the x-rays.

Nothing else is needed (no bonitation, no special show results, aso).

"Not for breeding" get dogs which:
- are not purebreed
- do not have full pedigree (any ancestors are unknown - NOT LISTED IN THE PEDIGREES) - we count all generations till 1.6.1999.
- have x-rays worser than HD-C
- have no x-rays
- ED worser than 0-0
- have any health problems which can be base on genetic - epilepsy, heart problems, aso...
- are owned by breeders who breed also mixes with CsW pedigrees (breeders who are blacklisted here on Wolfdog)


If any dogs fulfil the requirements to be "approved for breeding" but is listed as "not for breeding" - please contact us ([email protected]) and we will clear it.
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Old 07-10-2011, 02:34   #2
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What happens if a breeder uses a dog "not for breeding"? Just the litter will not be advertised, correct?
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Old 07-10-2011, 02:37   #3
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What happens if a breeder uses a dog "not for breeding"? Just the litter will not be advertised, correct? Will the breeder still be listed on WD though?
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Old 07-10-2011, 09:11   #4
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Thank you Admin everything is up to date for us now (and I am sure for lots of other people) xx
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Old 05-11-2011, 11:05   #5
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Dear Admin,

How's the progress with the database? Are there still bugs in the breeding tags?

A few weeks ago I sent you the HD result (A) of my dog Delan van Hiemrod together with his pedigree and testresults of DM and dwarfism with the request to list him as a breeding stud as he fulfills all necessary requirements to be approved for breeding. I uploaded it all and sent it also by separate mail, but nothing happened since. He has recently been approved as a stud dog in the Netherlands by the official breed club. > See also his inclusion as stud dog on the site of the Dutch chsechoslovakian wolfdog breed club click here .

I don't want to be impatient, but may I ask you to list him as a stud dog on wolfdog ( on his breeding tag info and on the total list of stud dogs), together with his HD result which is still missing?

Thanks in advance!
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Old 07-12-2011, 01:35   #6
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Unfortunately, still nothing happened.....
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Last database update: 04/10/2011 23:12
??????????? April was the last update
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??????????? April was the last update

Day/Month/Year - then October.
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??????????? April was the last update
Very common American mistake.

I would request that American dogs be required to have their CHIC number to be approved for breeding (and of course passing health scores) beginning in 2012.

http://www.caninehealthinfo.org/brdreqs.html?breed=CW

When scores are checked on the OFFA or CHIC database, the dogs name will have a small emblem that says "CHIC"
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I'm in no rush.. Can't wait to get my CERF certs in...
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Very common American mistake.

I would request that American dogs be required to have their CHIC number to be approved for breeding (and of course passing health scores) beginning in 2012.
The rules of Wolfdog.org are that the dogs have a valid pedigree and hips results not less than "C" and good ED results. As well as kennel-club/breed club-specific requirements on registration & breeding.. so in CZ Republic, for example, Bonitation et al.

AKC requirements basically don't exist outside of having a valid pedigree, and the required minimum ages for males and females are so young that it wouldn't be really possible for mating to occur before that anyway..

CHIC is decidedly not an AKC requirement for registration.. it is strictly optional and voluntary, I wonder what will be done?

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Reason of death:109

can someone tell me what this means?

thank you for your help

greetings Judith
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can someone tell me what this means?

thank you for your help

greetings Judith
Can you elaborate on details? Where did you see this?
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Old 11-12-2011, 02:16   #15
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at the health page of one of the dogs database... i am just curious.
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Old 17-12-2011, 19:19   #16
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Dear Admin!

What I understand from what you write here, that every dog has to appear in the database (new litters, breeding male, HD, ED) which has the right for breeding. In Hungary, you only need Hungarian bonitation. For example, HD is not needed.
Because you mentioned me multiple time that without HD filter you won't put our soon nascent puppies on webpage. You should know every country's breeding rules.
I think that you overrule the F.C.I.'s rules.

Steve Varga, Hungary, Neckartal Kennel
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It is always a good idea to try to achieve more than what is needed. It is in everyone's best interest that all dogs' hips are properly checked. I fully support this database requiring more than the minimum..
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Dear Admin!

What I understand from what you write here, that every dog has to appear in the database (new litters, breeding male, HD, ED) which has the right for breeding. In Hungary, you only need Hungarian bonitation. For example, HD is not needed.
Because you mentioned me multiple time that without HD filter you won't put our soon nascent puppies on webpage. You should know every country's breeding rules.
I think that you overrule the F.C.I.'s rules.

Steve Varga, Hungary, Neckartal Kennel
We did (ALL) wote here ones ( I think it was in 2009 )
That HD x-ray was to be done on both parents before one could put up a litter on the planned litter...

So I gues it is officiall HD result + the roles for breeding in every county that is needed to put your litter info on Wolfdog...

But than again Ho wold even breed whitout taken HD x-ray on
there dogs ?????????????????????????????

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if we go by each Kennel Club's requirements, then dogs bred from US need nothing at all, besides to have a pedigree..(sometimes under special cases, not even that!!)
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if we go by each Kennel Club's requirements, then dogs bred from US need nothing at all, besides to have a pedigree..(sometimes under special cases, not even that!!)
In Sweden you only need to do the Mental Dog (test) Nothing more...

But the Vlcak club recomends HD and ED x-ray

AND last but not least, the buyers demands it
( + 151 show results of no value at all, but it is important it say Champion
at the end )

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