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02-14-2014 04:18 PM
Blitzkrieg1
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Originally Posted by lhczth View Post
Totally agree, Cliff. Sounds like a person with an agenda.
Havent checked back for a while. There was an agenda incidentally, prospective buyer wanted a vid to see how he handled pressure.
02-06-2014 09:32 AM
lhczth Totally agree, Cliff. Sounds like a person with an agenda.
02-06-2014 09:07 AM
carmspack Cliff , totally agree. People look for angry dogs , mistaking it for strength .
02-06-2014 07:44 AM
cliffson1 Not to derail the thread, but that is incredibly asinine helper work for a 16 month old dog....just sayin. That tells me nothing about the dog, only the helper.
02-05-2014 11:34 PM
Blitzkrieg1 He is being used quite a bit. The one pup I did see from him would make a decent sport dog, social and has decent drive, 16 month old male. However, he did come off the sleeve when being pressured for the first time. (Helper drove him very strongly, screaming in his face) Didnt shut down but he did come off.
Still he is only half the pedigree and it was just the one pup.
02-05-2014 08:08 AM
cliffson1 If a dog would not be suitable for breeding to a majority of females, that would indicate imbalance,....still that individual dog could be a fabulous working dog themself.
02-04-2014 09:53 AM
carmspack maybe , maybe not.
balance --- even in character --- remember what is gained at one end is sacrificed at the other .
02-04-2014 08:45 AM
cliffson1 Looks like the pedigree of a potential awesome working dog, especially patrol/police work. As for breeding this dog, I think you would be very limited in the females you could find that have the nerve makeup to compliment this dog.
02-03-2014 06:48 AM
Blitzkrieg1
What would you expect from this tight breeding?

So I came across the pedigree of this male, he is actually being used for breeding in my local area. I had no idea he was this tightly bred until I looked up the pedigree.
I have not seen him work as he is just being used for breeding but I am told he is a very hard strong dog.

Ilko De Lupus Saevus

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