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    11-29-2010, 01:57 PM
  #51
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I raised Yorkies for some time. When one of my females whelped a pup with a genetic liver problem....her breeding days were done immediately and she was retired to a pet home where she was very happy. Even though all of her other pups were absolutely adorable and perfect. Seems like common sense to not want to breed known sick animals or potentially sick animals! Jmo
     
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    11-29-2010, 02:05 PM
  #52
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Originally Posted by Piaffe    
I raised Yorkies for some time. When one of my females whelped a pup with a genetic liver problem....her breeding days were done immediately and she was retired to a pet home where she was very happy. Even though all of her other pups were absolutely adorable and perfect. Seems like common sense to not want to breed known sick animals or potentially sick animals! Jmo
Key words here "seems like common sense" all too often common sense isn't all that common.
     
    11-29-2010, 02:23 PM
  #53
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Originally Posted by Poco1220    
DreamHorse.com Horse ID: 1612626 - UNIQUELY DESTINED

"Unique" is up on dreamhorse... tons of info on her color but interestingly enough the owner says NOTHING on there about the PSSM??? Imagine that.

And (like we will be at all surprised) according to Predestined's facebook page he is still up for stud and still a stallion but oddly enough there's no mention on there of him having PSSM either.....
Bolding mine.

They must have edited the ad since you posted the link.
This is copy and pasted from the ad:
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Unique has tested n/P1 for PSSM but has been non-symptomatic.
     
    11-29-2010, 02:24 PM
  #54
Weanling
Just because a horse's PSSM status is not included in an advertisement, does not mean it is being hidden or anyone is being mislead. Its not necessarily wrong to consider an ad as just the "intro" -- once someone inquires, then the details are shared. From what the owner has posted here, as well as from what I know of her dealings with others, she is NOT hiding the PSSM whatsoever, but is telling anyone who inquires about the filly OR the stallion. Since the stallion was only recently tested, she said she has gone back and alerted owners of the stallion's get (even get sired prior to her being involved with the stallion) of the PSSM potential as well.

ETA-- I see the ad has been updated with the filly's test results.
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    11-29-2010, 02:31 PM
  #55
Weanling
>>>> Laura...in my experience, PSSM goes back to one of the Appaloosa's most famous stallions....if so, we will have thousands effected with PSSM. A friend of mine had her mare tested...not a Predestined offspring...another "cousin"....unexpectedly came back positive....oops...
Yes, I am sure that PSSM could go back to this particular stallion-- he has a fair amount of AQHA lines behind his pedigree as well, right?

My response was to clarify-- a previous post-er said PSSM was especially well known in Appaloosas, which is not really accurate. The research on PSSM1 all points to a QH origin, and becuase Appaloosas (and Paints and etc.) often have QH lines, PSSM1 is also found in these other breeds. Just our bad luck that a currently popular Appaloosa bloodline could be affected.
     
    11-29-2010, 02:34 PM
  #56
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Originally Posted by Alwaysbehind    
Bolding mine.

They must have edited the ad since you posted the link.
This is copy and pasted from the ad:
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Lol imagine that. I post it on here, the owner makes a post after me and then the ad is changed.
     
    11-29-2010, 06:13 PM
  #57
Weanling
>>>> Lol imagine that. I post it on here, the owner makes a post after me and then the ad is changed.

I notice you stand a Paint stallion to the public. I don't see any mention of PSSM test results on your website-- Have you had him tested?
     
    11-29-2010, 06:30 PM
  #58
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Originally Posted by Eastowest    
>>>> Lol imagine that. I post it on here, the owner makes a post after me and then the ad is changed.

I notice you stand a Paint stallion to the public. I don't see any mention of PSSM test results on your website-- Have you had him tested?
yes at the same time he was tested for hypp
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    11-30-2010, 03:13 AM
  #59
Foal
She is GORGEOUS I own a national champion paint gelding and if he was a stallion I think I would breed to her if she has nice movement conformation ect...
     
    11-30-2010, 07:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Poco1220    
Lol imagine that. I post it on here, the owner makes a post after me and then the ad is changed.
I have no dog in this fight. And I agree the breeders first post here does show them in a good light. But come on...... How is it bad that they actually did edit the advertisement to include the information that they missed?
     

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