Re: Concern regarding breeder/broker?
I think you need more information...
Is this person a broker, or is he helping out the owner of the female that he trained, as in being a mentor. For all we know he may have helped the owner find a compatible stud.
People that train and campaign these dogs will have a lot of knowledge of different bloodlines that they see first hand in the field, and at training.
Not uncommon for them to advertise a stud that's available on their kennels website, but they don't own the stud, they did however train and campaign the dog.
If he has been training this breed for years, other breeders should know who he is. If he is good at training this breed, you local vizsla club should have heard of him. They also hear who is bad if he has been doing it a while, Your local vizsla rescues also know who some of the not so good breeders are, as they get dogs in that have problems, or were placed in the wrong homes.
While I wouldn't run because he doesn't own either dog, I would sure find out more before making a decision.
A litter that I just drooled over last year was shown on a trainers/breeders website. Neither the bitch or shire was owned by the kennel, but she was out of one of their dogs.
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