Re: BYB, registered dogs and Champion breeders(long)
Well, cryptorchidism is fairly common - and unless someone were actually using a cryptorchid male for breeding (which you say is not the case), then I can see no basis for calling them irresponsible.
This is an inherited condition, certainly. But it is NOT a simple dominant mode of inheritance. Meaning that a stud with both testicles normally descended is fully capable of producing cryptorchid offspring (and unless - or even if -the three bitches in question are extremely closely related, I'd put more money on the defect having come from the stud since he's the common denominator).
That being the case, unless the dog or one of the bitches were producing an abnormally high number of cryptorchid puppies, there isn't a reason to remove that animal from a breeding program. It's not as if we're talking about a serious disease, after all, particularly as compared to other things that boxers are prone to. Sure, cryptorchid pups need to be neutered - but then, so should any pet be. The only real "disadvantage" of a cryptorchid pup is that the neuter may be more involved and slightly more expensive than is normally the case.
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