Througout your post on this subject, you continuely throw in your opinion as if it was fact. You yourself indicate how you are confused and don't know who to believe about the tamaskan dog, yet you post pictures from the internet, throwing in your 2 cents about the breed like you are some expert.
I never claimed anywhere that my opinion was fact or that I was an expert and that was uncalled for to accuse me of that. My whole post was simply what I thought the breed would be like based on the kinds of dogs used to make it. I think it's fair to think that a breed that is a mixed of almost nothing but sled dogs is going to have the same personality as sled dogs.
CaninesRock, You are putting your opinion out there as fact, and you are wrong. During the creation of the breed, the founders of the breed were living in Finland. They later returned to the UK with their dogs. Some of the dogs used in the creation of the breed were Finnish Racing Huskies. I know this to be true, because I know the owners and they have told me this. What is your proof to counter that the breed founders were not in Finland?
Again,they are accusing me of something I didn't do by taking my words the wrong way and twisting them. I never said that the breed was from the UK. I said the founder is from the UK which is true. I also never said that the founder wasn't ever in Finland so I'm not sure why their apprarently challenging me for proof. Which brings the question, if I'm from America,but I live in Italy for 2 years and start creating a breed there,but then move back to the US and continue creating the breed there, does that make it an Italian breed or an American breed? The line is blurry. You could go either way technically anyway.
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These are the types of situations that give any breed a bad name. When people who think they know what they are writing about actualy don't know much if any about the breed, yet post as they are an expert.
Some of my info may have been wrong,but it didn't given anything that would make the breed look bad. How does simply getting a country of origin confused or being confused when photos of different dogs that look signicantly different from each other but are supposed to all be the same breed give the breed a bad name?
I'm further confused by their videos as the dogs in there look like the first 3 dogs I posted so fit what looks like a standard for the breed since they all look the same,but the other two photos look nothing like either the 3 dogs or the dogs in the videos.
Also, some of their previous posts to me in this topic were rude.