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 Gracefield
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6/25/2018 9:16:12 PM reply with quote send message to Gracefield Object to Post   

I just looked up my old kennels when I used to play over 10 years ago. My AmStaff champions were at 85 SOP and my Staffie Bulls were at 65 SOP! Now both those breeds are in the 90s!
 gaylanstudio
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6/26/2018 1:02:42 PM reply with quote send message to gaylanstudio Object to Post

Yeah, every once in a while I'll look up some of my old dogs to see how far we've gone - lol.
 gaylanstudio
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6/26/2018 1:14:17 PM reply with quote send message to gaylanstudio Object to Post

Yeah, every once in a while I'll look up some of my old dogs to see how far we've gone - lol.

Like this one:
www.showdog.com/dog.aspx?id=10695798
 Clay Creek Falls
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6/26/2018 5:57:03 PM reply with quote send message to Clay Creek Falls Object to Post

I still have notes in my kennel page from 2010 lol

before the last reset

FH 98.7s!!!!!!!!!
3/24/2010

and then after the reset
FH @ 96.30
3/4/2015

and now BC's are high 99.5's lol


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