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I've seen these 2 words a few times and I'm not sure what they mean. I believe they are acronyms and I think the posts had something to do with pedigrees or breeding. Thanks in advance for the knowledge.

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Get of sire, produce of dam

And while I'm at it....OUT OF a dam. Out of should never be used when referring to a sire. I don't know why even otherwise intelligent people can't 'get' this. A puppy comes OUT OF a dam--think about that. It can't possibly come "out of" a sire, the correct term is BY a sire. When I see "he's out of so and so" (referring to a sire) I think ignorance.
 

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It's like fingernails on a black board!! :evil: And it is so simple, by a sire out of a dam.

Sorry for the pet peeve regards,

Andy
 
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