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01-11-2013 01:48 PM
wolfy dog Regarding WD; he is 11 months old, nice stable (no OCD) drive, intact and good with all dogs. He came with a solid foundation at 10 weeks from his breeder. I have managed and worked my butt off to get him through puppy hood without being attacked /scared by dogs or crazy people. And his obedience skills are 100% (clicker training!!!). I don't have words to describe him accurately. Love that big guy.
01-11-2013 12:52 PM
Lauri & The Gang Teaching my girl Neke to pick up and bring me just about anything after the trainer I had been using screwed her up SO bad that she would cringe, cry and pee in fear of the dumbbell and the words 'Take It'. It took almost 6 months but she finally did start to enjoy those words!

Teaching Mauser not to be afraid of gunshots after I screwed him up by forcing him to watch fireworks that were going off right behind our house (and that was during one of his fear periods). He had been to several gun clubs with us prior to the incident and even sat and watch a man demonstrate a black powder gun (VERY loud) and had NO problems. We got lots of compliments on his temperament. After the fireworks incident he became afraid of thunder and lightening and gunshots. I used a combination of his balls and lure coursing to get him over the gunshot and thunder fears. These were both critical because we live next to a shooting range and we get alot of storms. We are still working on the fireworks part.
01-11-2013 01:27 AM
marshies Making it through puppyhood with dog and human both alive and relatively unharmed.
01-11-2013 12:40 AM
harmony If I could ever have something back in life it would be "Rocky", but I am thankful because my children are doing good
01-11-2013 12:33 AM
harmony I say that with a heavy heart sometimes, I hated when I lost him, but I am getting better.
01-11-2013 12:28 AM
harmony I have some really good dogs (hard worker), but I am will never be more prouder then "Rocky", God rest him!!
01-11-2013 12:23 AM
elisabeth_00117 These are all great and I love hearing about them!
01-10-2013 10:58 AM
martemchik I'm most proud of our first place in team obedience at the Wisconsin State Fair this past year. It's a ribbon only 3 other dogs (my teammates) received this year so its really cool. Wish I could've gone with them to nationals (where they won as well) but hopefully next year we get to do that in Philly.
01-10-2013 07:35 AM
Originally Posted by elisabeth_00117 View Post
That is a HUGE accomplishment! Could you attach a photo (or two)?
My favorites from that day.


582400_10151809917335627_1075461951_n by Gator_Dog, on Flickr


185168_10151809918250627_354421348_n by Gator_Dog, on Flickr

578259_10151809918410627_798153137_n by Gator_Dog, on Flickr

During the obedience critique

380289_10151809919270627_1267921697_n by Gator_Dog, on Flickr


547322_10151809928105627_119155191_n by Gator_Dog, on Flickr

527215_10151809928265627_1569457184_n by Gator_Dog, on Flickr

And at the end of it all.

599249_10151809929300627_1627730500_n by Gator_Dog, on Flickr
01-09-2013 09:41 PM
GsdLoverr729 My biggest accomplishment with Koda was when she, after months of working on reactivity, took in an entire litter of puppies and actually protected them from their mother (who was trying to attack/maul them all- that dog was MESSED up in the head from day one). She even followed through and "helped" me nurse them. It was the proudest moment everrr!
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