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Author Topic : Where to go to see list of Rare Breeds
 Rossett Spaniels
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6/1/2019 4:08:35 PM reply with quote send message to Rossett Spaniels Object to Post   

Hi,
I tried the search and found nothing.
I know there is one but where?

Thanks
 BeauBlanc
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6/1/2019 7:21:28 PM reply with quote send message to BeauBlanc Object to Post

I know there used to be a list of breeds that were considered "rare breeds" for the rare breed accounts, but I'm not sure that exists anymore. If you go to the breeds link under "information" on the left side you can see the breeds in order of rank, and the ones on the bottom of that list would be those considered rare.
 Emily.Rose
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6/2/2019 1:56:00 PM reply with quote send message to Emily.Rose Object to Post

Is this what you're looking for?
www.showdog.com/breeds/
The lower on the list, the less popular the breed I believe.
 Rossett Spaniels
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6/3/2019 2:17:54 PM reply with quote send message to Rossett Spaniels Object to Post

Thanks. I guess there is no longer a break if one opens a kennel with a “rare” breed.
I checked for active breeders for Welsh Springers and it is just me. sad :(
 Emily.Rose
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6/3/2019 4:50:08 PM reply with quote send message to Emily.Rose Object to Post

www.showdog.com/breeds/dog_breed_directory.aspx?breed=Welsh+Springer+Spaniel
Looks like Residential is semi active in the breed.

 Rossett Spaniels
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6/4/2019 10:53:53 AM reply with quote send message to Rossett Spaniels Object to Post

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www.showdog.com/breeds/dog_breed_directory.aspx?breed=Welsh+Springer+Spaniel
Looks like Residential is semi active in the breed.


I will contact this kennel and ask them to enter shows.
I’m tired of being thr only one, especially for our National. It’s just me sad :(

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