Shedding is the bane of dog owners anywhere, and for new dog owners shedding can be shocking and even worrisome. Are you worried about your dog shedding in the autumn and turning into a hairless dog like the Chinese Crested? Fear not. Table of Contents 1. Why do dogs shed? 2. Which dog breeds shed […]
The bloodline of a dog is a tale of its lineage. Like a family tree, it shows what other dogs have come before it and what has contributed to its present genetic make-up. There are two ways of viewing bloodlines to be aware of: one that is formed based on the breeder’s signature of careful standard and the other bloodline is based on detailed traits that a family of animals may contain.
For responsible breeders, looking at the bloodline is important in the breeding process. This is in order to determine if there are any genetic defects, behavior potentials, health concerns or medical history that may be detrimental for the dog and where it came in and how to minimize it. It gives a whole image of the dog and its construction over time. Many breeders and owners look for dogs that have a champion bloodline. This means that it is from a generation that had received the most points for meeting the standards given by International Kennel Clubs. Appearances are not only the way to view dogs, but its lineage can also be considered.
If you really cared about the breed of dog you own, then learn the basics of that breed. Don’t rely on description of how the dog looks but know and understand the bloodline. Since description or colors of dogs don’t ensure that the dog is in fact a Pit Bull to start with and based on the very picture of the fake bloodlines, there is a high probability that they are not. You must understand that A Bloodline is based on traits and based on selective process. Every breeder has its own process and every family has its own as well. So ask them; what are the traits that their bloodline bears? Ask your breeder something that you don’t know.