Discussion in 'The Bob Marshall Wilderness' started by Barnaby Jones, Sep 1, 2012.
Well with all that fur can you blame him?
3 months old.
My pal, "Hunther," getting ready to put the hurt on a pretend "bad guy:"
You train dogs for profession or sport?
I train them in the sport of Schutzhund (now called IPO; some German initials for the same thing). To pass the tests, they have to track, do obedience exercises, and, then they do protection work. Now that I'm retired, I might make it an avocation. I've bred two litters of GSD's, and have trained three puppies from zero up to Schutzhund III.
In those pictures, the "helper" runs at the dog, who is sitting by my side. The judge signals the release, then the dog must engage the helper as a test of courage and fighting spirit. Hunther's semi-retired now (he's 8.5 years old), but in his prime he'd cover 80 yards in five seconds and throw himself in midair at the helper. On one event, they used a radar gun; he would get up to 28-30 mph on the hit.
Here's another one. This helper is 6 ft. 5 in. tall. Hunther's already all the way off the ground about 8 feet from him.
My pet chimp. One of these days, I'll teach her to walk upright.
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Where does your pup stand on the kneegrow and j00ish question?
Oh my goodness........
Love the marking on his nose pad.
She's too young to form a opinion yet. We're working on her and where her racial loyalties lie.
We ended up giving him to a friend. The wife brought him home, much to my delight.
You gave him away? I could never give up my Digger, he's part of the family now.
Heidi, 18 weeks.
Unless you live on a farm or in the country, having a pet is a sign of western decadence.
Disagree, however children shouldn't be replaced by dogs either.
Prima needs to poast more pics, training advice.