TIBETAN MASTIFF INFORMATION, BREEDER, HEALTH, AND PUPPIES

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TIBETAN MASTIFF PUPPIES COLORADO - ABOUT WEST MAGIC TIBETAN MASTIFFS

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HOW WE LEARNED ABOUT THE AKC AND THE SHOW BREEDERS AND WHY WE FEEL YOU ARE NOT GETTING A BETTER PUPPY FORM ONE.

We live in the foothills, approx. 40 minutes southwest of Denver at an elevation of 8700.

We got our first Tibetan Mastiff, tibetan mastiff puppy coloradoHOSS, in 2008 from a very nice man, who lived approx. five miles from us in the mountains SW of Denver and we have been hooked ever since. After our 16 year old German Shorthair/Lab mix passed away we made several attempts to contact Hoss' breeder to get another puppy; only to learn that he had tragically passed away while his bitch was pregnant. The family contacted us through our emails and since we lived close to Walter's house and the family lived "down the hill"; the family asked if we could foster the puppies until homes could be found for them. Prior to us taking on the puppies, several large AKC show breeders in the area that I had never met, had come and taken all the "breeding" stock which were to go back to their breeder in Illinois if they could not be cared for. (This is generally a standard clause in any puppy contract.

Needless to say, we happily cared for the puppies and it wasn't until a midwest Tibetan Mastiffs and another black and tan large breed dog got one of the puppies that things started to "heat up" within the Tibetan Mastiff community. The area breeders never worried about the puppies until this breeder whom they referred to as a 'puppy mill" got one. Thus began my education about the AKC and it's"crazy, mean, nasty" show breeders. Not only have I seen the corruption in the AKC; I have also come to the conclusion that you are probably going to get a poor dog from one of these breeders. My worst experiences with Tibetan Mastiffs came with my ownership of "Shelby" and co-ownership of Moxie. Moxie was bred by a CA breeder and AKC judge. What I have learned is the AKC is only about the registrations, show entries, and money; not the integrity of their registry or the welfare of the dogs. I have also learned that AKC show breeders care only about their "status" and the money. These are the opinions I have formed based on my direct experiences with the people I am speaking about.

I co-owned Moxie with a breeder close by and when I finally figured out that I got a bad deal and bought a beautiful puppy from another breeder who this long time breeder did not like, they breached the contract because I was talking to the breeder of my new puppy. I brought the girl back to him and within one day the dog had run away and they did not notify anyone that she was missing until three days later. When I found out about it, I hung fliers and searched for her. She followed my car to the breeder's home all they did was let me stick my finger through the fence to say good bye to her. Frankly, I don't think they really cared if they got her back or not. All she was to him, in my opinion, was a trophy in the show ring, eventually to be bred. That is what I have learned from all my experiences with these AKC show breeders and the AKC. Moxie died a horrible death at the young age of five. The breeder in custody of Moxie blamed her death on everybody else. I have to wonder about people like that.

tibetan mastiff puppyMeet Nano, Hoss' sister (photo to right). Not really knowing the breeder who breeds Tibetan Mastiffs and a large breed black / tan dog breed in the midwest, I defended them. Nano and Hoss were both bred by WWTMs. I was taking in dogs from the breeder who passed away and made a bad decision to give this person a girl I had kept for ten months until the person showed up to get her. Within a couple of months of having her she was bred by the breeder. To make a long story short, the girl was bred again and then shortly after having the second litter shy of four years old, she died. It was then I decided I would never trust a high volume AKC or show breeder again. Breeding several breeds, several litters a year + co-owned litters and living off poor innocent animals. Why do people support tbreeders like this? I have no idea. If they want to continue to criticize people like myself; they need to look in the mirror. Their silence makes them no better.

The show breeders hate the breeder of my cream girl because they are on to the AKC and it's corruption. They accuse this breeder of breeding too many pups, or breeding unhealthy dogs, when from what I can see, the show breeders breed just as many if not more through their co-owned dogs. What is really puzzling is why they lie and send other people to buy his dogs under very deceptive business practices. One breeder near me has lied to the AKC about an agreement they had; causing the AKC to suspend him. The breeder near me has told many lies and their friends have posted about causing physical harm to people they disagree with. The breeder by me has let their friends post on their Facebook friends about how people need "a bullet" just because they are exposing the truth about the lies they have told in order to get a breeder suspended. I have kept the "public" confession of this breeder which exposes the lies they told to the AKC. This breeder even told several people and I have it in writing how a family member wanted to "put their dogs" to sleep because they were not show quality. Can you imagine that ? Sad commentary on the extent of what people will do competing within this organization. Sadly, two of the dogs have died at fairly young ages.

In other instances with AKC breeders, I have been told of dogs that did not pass their health test and then all of a sudden they somehow pass and get bred. They just know "the ropes". With so much money in dogs, i.e. handlers, travel, show fees, etc.; it seems that shady things happen. Anyway, the AKC is very powerful and will "target" breeders who "don't comply" with fines and threats. I believe that once you register your dog with AKC you are putting them at risk to be stolen and the AKC will not remove them from the registry, even at your request. Cut and paste the following link to view the details of a case of defamation against the AKC. http://asgw2016.com/background/akc-corruption/

I have fostered and found homes for a few after the breeder of Hoss died. I did this because I love dogs and I am not in it for the money. That is why all these AKC show breeders attack me and my friends who do not "conform" to what I believe to be a corrupt organization. Based on all my experiences with them I have come to the conclusion that it is all about the money and not the dogs. The dogs are just a way for them to get attention and make money. These opoinions were formed because of their abusive actions and treatment of myself and other honest people.

I have seen how they "gang up" on people who do not agree with their corrupt system. One minute they are enemies and the next they are best friends; as long as they have a target in their sight. Most of the time the target is someone selling better dogs at a lower price because they don't have the "overhead" of showing. I have found that people who do not show care about the breed and the dogs far more than any show person.