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RE: the other possibility is....

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Posted by: DMong at Thu Aug 9 17:36:47 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by DMong ]  
   

Yep, I hear ya man. It seems to be how this hobby works now days. So darn many people in it and so many unknown variables as to what they actually breed to what, or THINK they actually have.


Like you said, I guess all that you can do is to closely scrutinize what is produced later on and if you get any odd surprises that seem a bit out of kilter and look more Black rat (probably easier said than done at this point though, but who knows). That normal het pair sure does look as classic Texas as one could get...

I look forward to future updates on those and what they look like later on.


~Doug
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