Female Tosa Inu

Discussion in 'Tosa Inu' started by BaileyB, Aug 30, 2014.

  1. BaileyB

    BaileyB New Member

    We have a female Tosa Inu (Unpapered) and seeking a male stud in the San Diego, CA area... Please help us find a male stud (tosa inu) she is brindle and so sweet!
  2. musicdeb

    musicdeb New Member

    Welcome aboard~ Let the games begin...
  3. BlackShadowCaneCorso

    BlackShadowCaneCorso Super Moderator Staff Member

    Welcome to the board! We don't have a lot of Tosa owners on here but can you us what makes your un-papered female worth breeding? Why is she un-papered?
  4. glen

    glen Super Moderator Staff Member

  5. QY10

    QY10 Active Member


    This ought to be good.
  6. Oscar'sMom

    Oscar'sMom Active Member

    I'm sure the OP won't respond...as per usual. Ridiculous.
  7. TosaKen

    TosaKen New Member

    without papers goodluck mate
  8. BaileyB

    BaileyB New Member

    Sorry don't live on the internet. Guess I came to the wrong forum. I was looking for a nice group of people to ask some information but come to find out its a bunch of breeder dorks who think they are keyboard commandos. EAD
  9. BlackShadowCaneCorso

    BlackShadowCaneCorso Super Moderator Staff Member

    Not keyboard commandos but you have an un-papered dog that you wish to breed with little to know understanding of what that means. As I asked based on your breeds' standard how does your girl measure up? Does she have correct Tosa temperament and do you know what that is? What health testing have you done on your girl? Why is she un-papered? What do you think she has to offer the breed that makes her a good candiate for breeding? Do you have homes lined up or screening material to ensure these puppies do not go to the wrong homes. You see there are some of us breeders on here yes but there are just as many on here that work with rescues and take in these dogs when people breed without truly understanding the scope of what that means for our breed. Sorry but when you come on a board like this that is truly passionate about our breeds then we tend to not worry about hurt feels and focus on what is best for the dogs.
  10. TosaKen

    TosaKen New Member

    WELL said.

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