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  • How to Add a Breeding to the Database

    First click Play, then click the Wheel and adjust Quality > to HD 1080. Then click the bottom-right corner of the video to expand to full-size.



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    1. Officially Retired's Avatar
      Officially Retired -
      Really take the time to watch this full tutorial.

      Our system is much more highly-involved than any other system. Our breedings are entered separately from dogs, which is the proper way in which to order things.

      By entering in each pup separately (on the Dog Database), and then hooking each pup to the proper breeding that produced it (on the Breeding Database), you as the breeder are able to show how many pups are in each litter and what each pup looks like. No one else can do this. Not the ADBA, no one.

      As a customer, all you get from the ADBA are "papers."

      Papers essentially turning nothing. You have no way to tell what the parents look like, what each pup looks like, nor as to whether or not there is the expected uniformity in a letter, etc.

      The way we do things, if the breeder is on point and has his shit together, he demonstrates what each parent looks like, what each pup looks like, the number of pups in the letter, etc.

      When meticulous breeders register their dog/breedings here, on our system, no one can come along 5 years down the road and say, "I have 'a pup' from X breeding."


      There are a lot of features you won't know about unless you watch the whole thing

      Jack
    1. DUKE_CITY's Avatar
      DUKE_CITY -
      I understand now.
    1. Officially Retired's Avatar
      Officially Retired -