A new rule has been established after the admins have been discussing the issue of people refusing to answer our inquiries towards their membership or breeding practices.
answer any and all questions that are asked during the submission/membership process. We thoroughly screen all members to make sure that our group is only supporting the highest quality bred pups, and that all dogs come from responsible breeders, or have been raised by responsible owners. If you do not
answer our questions, you will either be kicked out for ignorance, your images declined, or reported if the issue is severe enough.
We will give you a maximum of two days
to respond. It is not our problem if you aren't online all the time. We expect people to respond quickly, and take inactivity as rude or evasive behavior, and on those grounds, we will take action in the way we see fit.
We tend to get a lot of photos taken by people who have bred their dogs and aren't professional breeders, what we call backyard or hobby breeders
, and there is some confusion for people when we decline their photos, so this entry is to clear up all issues regarding the subject.
- We will not
accept a photo of an intact male or female Sibe without a written description
of why your animal is unaltered, the reasons may be along the line of it is a showing/working dog that has to remain intact, but has not
been bred, or if it has
been bred, it had been under the hands of professional and registered breeders.
If you do not own a kennel or breeding license, we will not
accept your photography of any
unaltered male or female or any puppies that you have bred.
- If any image or description idolizes or promotes unhealthy breeding practices or carelessness when it comes to handling pregnancy or insemination, it will be rejected immediately and will not
be open to a debate as to whether or not we will accept it. But if you write in the description of your deviation the reasons you have chosen to leave your animal unaltered, it will be open for debate, but the decision is ultimately ours. We strive to keep this group a place for healthy animals with good owners and a place for those people to show their animals to the people in the world who love the breed in a responsible way, and we reserve the right to decline any image
that we find irresponsible or unprofessional, and if you don't like that, then you have the right to take your images elsewhere.
If you have any questions regarding this, feel free to contact any one of our admins.=echiax