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03-22-2014 07:16 AM
Suka She is a VERY pretty Mal!
03-21-2014 03:04 PM
Courtney In this picture she looks so poised and elegant.

She really has a beautiful feminine face and I love the strength you can see in her body.

I have only met one Mal in person. I was at a pet supply store for nail clippers. The Mal and owner were ahead of me in line. Owner was paying for their purchase not paying attention, Mal was in a down. I made eye contact with him and smiled and he didn't want to break his down but he stretched out and licked my toes - I had peep toe heels on. I was laughing so hard- he made my day

03-21-2014 02:57 PM
Nickyb She's such a babe!!!!!
03-18-2014 05:38 PM
brembo Hmmm. So there is a slight stop there, more of a deepening slope. My current female GSD is a small little gal, and is missing the extreme GSD stop. I have been wondering if there might be Mal somewhere in her past(not breeder purchased). Thank you very much for the pics, she is stunning for sure, she looks so so so intelligent. Is she bizarrely sure of herself? Almost dangerously so? My female Mal was, nothing backed her down, granted she could handle almost anything thrown her way. She also had off the charts toy drive, I didn't tap into the food drive, but she ate with gusto. Yer gonna have a ball with her.
03-18-2014 02:06 PM
Wild Wolf She's very beautiful.
03-18-2014 01:55 PM
jessjeric Oh my goodness... What a beauty 😦😍


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03-18-2014 01:23 PM
GatorDog
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Originally Posted by brembo View Post
Two questions:

1: Do you have a pic of her head as a side view? I'm interested in the angle of the stop.

2: What is she like in day to day dog/owner relations? GSD psycho puppy like or fairly mellow? It's difficult to not start the search for another Mal when looking at her.
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In everyday life, she is very, very sweet. Independent, like I said above, but has crazy food drive and toy drive that is easy to use in my favor. She is very social and likes to cuddle on the couch with me. She really hasn't mouthed me like any of my GSD's puppies have in the past. She is much more agile than they are and much more aware of her own structure at this age. I wouldn't call her mellow at all, but she is easy to keep entertained and is good in the crate now.
03-18-2014 11:09 AM
brembo Two questions:

1: Do you have a pic of her head as a side view? I'm interested in the angle of the stop.

2: What is she like in day to day dog/owner relations? GSD psycho puppy like or fairly mellow? It's difficult to not start the search for another Mal when looking at her.
03-18-2014 10:58 AM
RocketDog You are an excellent trainer Alexis. If you can't do it, no one can. She'll get there.

And that face...!!!
03-18-2014 10:41 AM
GatorDog
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She wont lure even with high rate of reinforcement?
Not consistently enough for my liking. She is an independent dog and prefers to make decisions on her own thinking, and luring is not going to be the most effective way of learning for her. I can shape almost every exercise the same way I can teach luring, so it's not an issue for me at this point.

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