why dont responsible breeders breed for hairless?

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Re: why dont responsible breeders breed for hairless?

Post by Athena » Sun Jun 26, 2011 8:56 am

Don't worry folks, these babies will be ok because the breeders sister is a vet..... my sister is a trainee nurse though somehow this hasn't increased my medical knowledge :???:
She has told me to mind my own business, the impression I got is I wasn't the first concerned with her 'plan'
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Re: why dont responsible breeders breed for hairless?

Post by fvp101 » Sun Jun 26, 2011 7:30 pm

Then she is probably setting herself up for a great deal of problems down the line. I am very gratfeul I've had no more crop out bar the first two- because I cannot guarantee how 'well' they will be, and it's a real worry for me.

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