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  1. This is a dead horse. It wouldn't be in the ABCA's best interest, so it doesn't make good business sense to put the money behind it.
  2. Well in the gazillion discussions on this, it comes down to that the ABCA will not cut the apron strings in not allowing dual registration. $$$ talks.
  3. I thought that way for a long time. Fact is, there will always be good working breeders breeding good working dogs, and there will always be people breeding black and white imitations that prance around the ring with a little string around their fluffy neck with their handlers in flats, nude nylons, black skirts and pastel blouses at their side. The dogs are not even the same breed, and neither are the people.
  4. I second Nancy's sentiments. I recently registered a litter and was very pleased with the efficiency of the process.
  5. MossyOak, what paygrade is chene in? I missed that part of the post.
  6. What is she being accused of? She's been a joke for a long time. OLD POST
  7. Look at all the fancy colors. I'd bet their pedigrees look like a who's who of local puppymills.
  8. jdarling


    Kristine, I'm so sorry to hear of Speedy's passing. My condolences. Jodi
  9. Also ... if folks would do their research and not buy from puppymills, and puppymills had no one to sell their pups to, they wouldn't breed as many. But it's clear that people don't have a clue what Border Collies are, as evidenced by that ridiculous Facebook group someone posted the link to ... Fact or Fiction something or other. The "breeders" they praise on there and the reason they're praised will make your head spin.
  10. So when you report the video, what happens? YouTube just takes it down, right? Too bad that won't stop the problem.
  11. Looks like I forgot how to embed a video ... but here's the link: BORDER COLLIE / KELPIE PUPS
  12. Here's an article I just found: Odds still against Clarks Hill collie breeder It seems as though Thurman “Randy” Sanders, border collie breeder of Clarks Hill, is facing the hard truth that his kennel of more than 50 years may close. But he apparently has not yet given up. The kennel, at 10112 S. County Road 700 East, was the focus of much attention during fall 2012 after a fellow border collie breeder and interested buyer stopped by the farm a few months prior. Kenny Shuck, of southern Indiana, and a friend filed a complaint. Possible violations — and claims that Sanders’ pro
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