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 Post Posted: Fri Jul 17, 2009 12:34 am 
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I am looking for a male puppy 8 to 13 weeks to purchase or an older male to breed to. I have two females that are full sisters. One is 2 years old and the other is 11 weeks old. I live in Eastern Oregon and I am looking to become a breeder. My husband and I are very knowledgeable dog people as well as avid hunters. We live in cattle country and run trap lines, so I need something gritty. My females come from working hog dog parents and they are GRITTY and very SMART. Their parents have TLGD papers, but I choose not to go that route with mine. So if anyone would like to talk puppies, PLEASE chat with me!

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 Post Posted: Fri Jul 17, 2009 12:52 am 
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Welcome Vanessa! I'm glad to see you guys joined! I just responded to Rob's email.

Who are your females from/what are their lines? Do you use your dogs for a little bit of everything or are you looking for a specialist? I can't think of any male pups exactly that age at the moment, but there are some upcoming litters you might be interested in. And depending on your lines, there might be some people with working studs willing to do AI. East Oregon is a little bit of a drive from Texas ;)

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 Post Posted: Fri Jul 17, 2009 7:14 am 
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Vanessa. Call me if you would like to talk about trapline lacys as that is what i do. I can talk a lot better than i can type. 325-396-3809. Thanks Jim.

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 Post Posted: Fri Jul 17, 2009 1:02 pm 
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Vanessa, hey glad to see you made it over and posted. I enjoyed our conversation on the phone. I wll ask my cousin, the vet about the AI thing cause im still not doin it :))

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 Post Posted: Fri Jul 17, 2009 1:17 pm 
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Jimmy is the man when it comes to Lacys in general, but especially trap line Lacys. Definitely give him a call.

Chad, I'd definitely be interested in seeing more pups from Sage. He has some impressive tracks under his belt. And I'm sure you could find someone unsuspecting vet tech to AI for you ;)

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 Post Posted: Fri Jul 17, 2009 3:12 pm 
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Vanessa,

I can certainly appreciate your position as well as your intentions. However, for your benefit, I think it prudent to point out that in addition to the NLDA'a dedication to the WORKING lacy dog, the accepted physical standard is tighter than any other association AND we actually regulate it actively.

That is to say that TLGDR papers mean nothing to us other than proof of linage and ours mean nothing to them.

Prior to getting too far ahead in planning, I urge you to review the NLDA's mission, performance expectations, breeder code of ethics and especially standard as proof of confirmation is required for NLDA recognition and registration.

Good luck,

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 Post Posted: Sat Jul 18, 2009 1:42 am 
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Thank you all! I am a very detail oriented person and I am looking to breed for the best of the best. I am looking for an organization that will hold to strict guidelines and regs to ensure that the Lacy Dogs have a healthy and secure future. I LOVE these dogs and hope that I can meet the tough standards as both a breeder and trainer. My dogs are both family and working dogs. Ours are hunted with but I also live in cattle country and have experience with herding dogs. I have a couple of orders already from some of the biggest ranches in the area wanting a Lacy for both herding and hunting. My mother runs a guide service in California for both hunting and fishing. She is the one who I got my girls from. She uses all of her dogs on pigs and has done competition in California. She currently has 6 males that are uncut and she just spayed her female that my dogs are out of. I currently only have the paper for the sire of my dogs ( I haven't made copies of the females side yet). The papers read (from left to right) like this:
Nor-Cal LACY'S OZ (Both of my dogs father), Lacy's blue King, Lacy's Blue Silver, King's Blue Duck , King's Echo, Lacy's Blue Strider, Lacy's Blue Diamond, Brook's Smokey, Jim's High Plains Gracy, Rhoades' Buddy, Rhoades' Bell, Rode's Blue, Rode's Trapper, McClellan's Diamond. My mother purchased OZ from Mark Lacy along with his full brother. Her female she had shipped from Texas. See picture of my dogs at http://www.flickr.com/photos/vanessad2009/. :-BD :-BD


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 Post Posted: Sat Jul 18, 2009 8:37 am 
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Welcome Vanessa. Great looking dogs.

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 Post Posted: Sat Jul 18, 2009 11:32 am 
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Welcome Vanessa,

You have some great looking dogs, good luck.

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 Post Posted: Sat Jul 18, 2009 7:42 pm 
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The vet said she can do the AI thing, although she was a little hesitant :-o She said she prefers the other end of the AI business. :)) :)) :))

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 Post Posted: Sat Jul 18, 2009 11:29 pm 
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Chad if you want to do AI please let me know what your stud fee would be!! We would rather do AI instead of another puppy right now. I would love to work with you on this. Let me know!! Thanks a bunch.


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 Post Posted: Sun Jul 19, 2009 10:37 pm 
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Your dogs have some relation to my Rooster.

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 Post Posted: Sun Jul 19, 2009 11:13 pm 
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Is he extremely gritty?? My moms and mine are, especially this new litter. My 11 week old shows some major pig dog potential. :@)


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 Post Posted: Mon Jul 20, 2009 11:04 am 
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Chad,

Don't mean to hijack this thread but funny story! I worked for a rather good looking female vet for three years. Never saw her the same after I had to help hold a male Lab while she manually collected his little soldiers...needless to say, it was an awkward day at the office! :))

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 Post Posted: Mon Jul 20, 2009 1:09 pm 
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I have a male hog dog that I'd like to breed. He's pretty gritty on hogs and has a good nose. Never had him on a trapline, so I don't know about that. PM me if you want to talk more about it. :)

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