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Ok, so it has been a little over 2 months since Astro passed and my boyfriend and I been in search fo a new puppy.  We found a breeder in Lousiana that has
 

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What made you select this particular breeder?  German are notorious for having bad backs hence why its important to make sure the dog is fully health tested and clear.   Do you know the lines of the pedigree for the German?
 

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HannaBanana\";p=\"113456 said:
...Do you know the lines of the pedigree for the German?
The German is the grandson to Ch. Telstar's Claim Jumper and great grandson to Ch. Telstar's Good Time Charlie, also Ch. Telstar's Starlight Serenade.
 

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Telstar is not German lined.   So maybe bred to a german to make him 1/2?   Regardless just be careful.  Make sure they health test, and do things right.   To me from the pic looks like two people breeding pets but at the end of the days its *your* decision and not mine.  Not being breeder police but just making sure people get healthy dogs from legit people  :wink:    Good Luck in your decision.
 

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hmmm... i need better pics but from those two pics, i would have to go w/ boxer #1
 

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I vote for Boxer #1 also, simply because I see he has quite a pronounced little point to his head. But the pictures from the side might be a bit easier if we saw them.
I had the pleasure of working with Jennifer from Telstar Boxers when I bred my first bitch out in California, and if memory serves me..I do not recall the german issue what so ever. The Telstar line has been fairly well kept in check, so if you get her dogs lineage in the breeding pool mix, you should end up with a good looking dog. Her males especially are fantastic specimines of the boxer breed. I am not sure how far out the Telstar line is for your pups, but like Heather stated, I don't see her dogs too much in the male you have shown ( her males are quite tall, and do not usually go upwards of 90 lbs ).
 

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Nice looking puppies,I would pick the #1,I like his head better.But which ever YOU pick,I am sure you will love him :)
 

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I just wanted to update everyone.
 

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Glad you decided to look else where.  Is important to find someone who breed with the responsibility that you value.  A dogs is only as good as the kennel that produces it.   Also I do know you mention that you were thinking of breeding but did not due to a failed heath test so IMO if you still have that in mind, even more reasons to run from this breeder!!!

I know about 6 pups - health tested parents true beauties that need homes.  Just people are not patient enought to wait, or people fall victum to cute picture and puppy breath  :roll: !!!  Good Luck and cannot wait to see your new addition.
 
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