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How to determine the generation of a WF??? #438259
12/20/07 03:18 PM
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I was wondering how you determine what generation a WF is? Is there a website that explains it all that I can check out?


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Re: How to determine the generation of a WF??? [Re: Guerita135] #438300
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It is my understanding that each time there are 2 WF parents that is a generation.
For example...
WF + WF = 1st gen joey
1gen WF + 1gen WF = 2nd gen joey
2nd gen WF + 2 gen WF = 3rd gen joey

At least that is how it was explained to me. HTH


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Re: How to determine the generation of a WF??? [Re: krysKritters] #438306
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I Think KrysKritters, that that is the way it works except for the 1st gen..

My wfb joeys are considered first gens and they only have 1 wf parent (wf/lion pairing)

So, to get a first gen wfb, you need to have only 1 wf parent.

If you have 2 first gen wf's it makes a 2nd gen,
2 second gen wf's makes 3 rd gen and so on..

Its so confuuusinggg. LOL

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Re: How to determine the generation of a WF??? [Re: Keyosmama] #438310
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Thanks! smile


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Re: How to determine the generation of a WF??? [Re: Guerita135] #438365
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and then you get even more confusing when you pair up say a 1st gen with a 3rd gen... you would get a 2.5 gen.

a 1st gen with a 9th gen would still only be a 2+ gen.


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Re: How to determine the generation of a WF??? [Re: Dancing] #438370
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ok so I have a 2.5 and a 1.5 whats the joey?


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Re: How to determine the generation of a WF??? [Re: myangelbear77] #438373
12/20/07 07:37 PM
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so a 3rd with a 5th would be a 4th right???


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Re: How to determine the generation of a WF??? [Re: Cora] #438392
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2.5 + 1.5 = 2+
3 + 5 = 4

Don't you love my math? LOL

Re: How to determine the generation of a WF??? [Re: BeckiT] #438410
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yes Becki we love your math!!!!
Thanks for bringing this up Guerita.... smile


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Re: How to determine the generation of a WF??? [Re: Cora] #438412
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That does look pretty funny Becki (but she's completely correct!) grin


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Re: How to determine the generation of a WF??? [Re: sugarlope] #438456
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Ok, I understood the 1+1 equals two, but now ya'll have got me REALLY confused, rofl! I think I'll just stick to lues and if they ever have a WF it'll just be a WF, Haha.

Wowzers, I don't know how they figured all that stuff out. It's making my head spin just THINKING about it!


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Re: How to determine the generation of a WF??? [Re: Guerita135] #438473
12/20/07 10:56 PM
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WF's are actually really easy, lol. The easiest way to think of it is the joey's generation is their lowest parents generation plus one (standards being 0).

So, if you breed:

standard (0) + 1st Gen = 1

1st gen + 4th gen = 2

Re: How to determine the generation of a WF??? [Re: ] #438474
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Wow, that's actually pretty easy, lol. smile


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