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Old 07-16-02, 08:35 PM   #8 (permalink)
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If they have bred they can technically be called a breeding pair, if they have produced, then they are proven breeders, if not, then they are just a pair. But often people just assume if its a M/F then they are a breeding pair due to lack of knowledge, or they will jsut label them as such to bring in the sale or charge more. That's why it's important to ask even what seems to be somehwat obvious sometimes just to clear the air
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