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Old 11-25-2013, 03:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello, I'm curious if anyone has run across a good breeder that has DDR sable dogs in or around Utah. I don't need to find one right now, but in the next year or two, but I like to do research and look at what they produce before I do anything (even though I have been screwed in the past researching for a year) Plus I would prefer them in driving distance as I'm not a fan of shipping. If anyone knows of a couple close by please let me know

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Old 12-31-2013, 10:04 PM   #2 (permalink)
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How close is OK to Utah? Look at Austerlitz in OK. She is a great breeder and one to keep in mind when you are looking.
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I'm hoping to not have to fly if at all possible but I will look at anyone And I want another buddy, first, but I do UKC conformation with my dogs, SAR and therapy work. So I pretty much need the complete package lol. I like drive but insane drive is probably not good at the moment because I also have little dogs that tend to egg on my current shepherd but she is easy to call off. She has drive, just not so much that little yipping moving targets aren't hard to call her off of LOL.
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what are you doing to train the little yipping moving targets to not egg her on?
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Old 01-01-2014, 09:54 AM   #6 (permalink)
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what are you doing to train the little yipping moving targets to not egg her on?
Well my moms is the worst and that dog I'm not allowed to touch (cause he is 4# and perfect) lol. My dogs, well, usually I let Briska pop them once and then tell all of them "enough". That stops the whole thing and after being pranced on my little ones leave her alone for a while. Mostly they are playing but forget she is a floppy 8 month old 50# dog and they are only 14# each lol. I don't mind them playing but when GSD are pups, they forget how big they are. They all know however that when I say "enough", they all go to their respective corners for a break lol. But I also have cats and Briska calls off those fairly easily but it's annoys her that she can't chase them so she gets a tug instead lol. They are all well trained and yes I could easily (since drivey dogs are easy to redirect on something most of the time if they find it valuable) train a drivey puppy to be the same as Briska but my lifestyle at the moment isn't the best for a super enthusiastic dog as I work full time.
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Schraderhaus in Washington state, not too terribley far from Utah.
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Schraderhaus in Washington state, not too terribley far from Utah.
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Hello, I'm curious if anyone has run across a good breeder that has DDR sable dogs in or around Utah. I don't need to find one right now, but in the next year or two, but I like to do research and look at what they produce before I do anything (even though I have been screwed in the past researching for a year) Plus I would prefer them in driving distance as I'm not a fan of shipping. If anyone knows of a couple close by please let me know

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