It’s accurate. I think she may have tapped on another dog someplace(I do it ALL the time). Personally it doesn’t bother me as I looked back multiple generations and found no evidence- I am new to this, but I think I did it correctly. I guess we will see if I’m wrong🤷🏼♀️Thanks for pointing this out! I am most definitely still learning, but it seems that the Sire's Sire had 0/0 elbows. My understanding is that that's a clear, but is that not accurate? Thanks!
Thanks very much for confirming re:elbow clearance in the pedigree. The Sire's side of the family do seem generally long-lived. And agreed that they are beautiful Goldens.Might I add- this pedigree is GORGEOUS and man would I kill for a puppy!!(not really as I already have a handful🤣)
Where’d you find that(the rub picture part)?! 2/5of my childhood lighter goldens growing up had reddish pink fur around their elbows and mouths and later we just found out it was from callous/slobber that could be washed out with tear stain removal😆Failed elbows is a no go for me.
If you look at the clearance history behind this dog, looks like his mom also failed elbows. Or was not tested - which is the same thing as failed. That's possibly what Tangerine meant?
looking at the pics - find it pretty interesting in one of them that the dog has a big red patch (like a rub spot or callus) on the failed elbow.
Actually - if you glance through offspring, the impression you come away with is this breeder does not really take elbow dysplasia seriously. At all.Omg you’re right 😂 I was tired last night and was looking at the offspring. One of the offspring has a grand dam with failed elbows.