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"Chaos" Rush Hill's Runnin' Amuck at Aberland

Hi all...I wanted to post on here and see what you all think about him. I think he is a TRUE Golden and I would do anything to get a puppy from a nice bitch, sired by him. Just wanted to see what you all thought about him as well!

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OOPS! I'm kicking myself for goofing up his name! It's supposed to be Abelard** and Run'n! Sorry!

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I have not had the pleasure of seeing this boy in person. Looks awesome from his pics. He is producing a lot of really lovely puppies. Two of the top showing bitches (Groovy and Sydney) are both his. My only concern which I have about a lot of nice boys is if you buy to breed it can become difficult to get away from PSS (popular sire syndrome). I come from cats originally (which are more inclined to this problem because housing a cat stud is a huge pain) and this can be a difficulty when you look in 5 to 10 years and everyone has the same line.
If you are just looking for a pet, no worries. It does not matter. If you are looking to breed it might be a consideration.
I do love that at his age he went best opposite at the 2011 national specialty. I have a soft spot for veterans that can still run with the young dogs and whip them!


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Saw Chaos at the GRCA 2012 a couple of weeks ago and I really like him. He was BOS, his daughter Sydney BOB and a Chaos son was BOW.
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I really like this dog...my very good friend was a top 20 judge at last year's national and she was happily surprised by how nice of a dog he truly is.
Would love to breed to him but just worry about the longevity in those lines...

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I saw Groovy at the Cheyenne show last September, and she was gorgeous. Kea didn't stand a chance against her

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My only concern would be that he goes back to Rush Hill's Haagen-Dazs, and I'm guessing it would be hard to find a bitch not somehow related if you plan on breeding. I'm a total newbie and still learning myself.

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Longevity in the line

Can I anyone be more specific? You can pm me if that is better. I have a dog who is related. Thanks

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My only concern would be that he goes back to Rush Hill's Haagen-Dazs, and I'm guessing it would be hard to find a bitch not somehow related. I also agree with the concerns about longevity in that line. I'm a total newbie and still learning myself
Can you tell us more? I don't see any concerns in the pedigree. Oddly, though, longevity isn't something I am interested in. I've had a couple of dogs that lived long, not-so-healthy lives.

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bumping this up

just wondering if anyone can respond to the inquiries about longevity in the line. Thanks!

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"Chaos" Rush Hill's Runnin' Amuck at Aberland

If you have questions I would suggest contacting your breeder. They will be most familiar with your dog's pedigree and would be able to answer questions. I would also caution people from posting rumors or speculation on this type of issue, it is not fair to the breeder/owner of the dog that is not here to answer such questions and not a good thing to put out on the Internet based on rumors.


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