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06-07-2014 10:21 AM
pets4life I always saw sporty dogs mostly interested in the sleeve, too much prey not enough defense. Lacking balance. IF the decoy is naked just say a sporty dog would not really be interested till he put the sleeve on. JMHO

There is not always such black and white though some dogs can do the sleeve game then take the sleeve off they have no problem going after and biting the helper with no equipment.
05-20-2014 11:35 AM
lhczth Mike D is a GSD man, but as an LEO, he also brings in and works with other breeds.

I have been in IN training dogs for the last 3 days so am a bit behind.

The dog in the kennel is afraid. He wants the person in front of the kennel to go away. You can see the avoidance, the fear. This video actually turned me off of a dog that I thought looked really super in the other videos I have seen of him.
05-20-2014 11:28 AM
hunterisgreat
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Yes, Mals and Duchies do it all of the time.

Still don't want my GSD to be a Mal.
+1 There are many ways to solve the need of a working dog. Mals/Dutchies are one. GSDs (traditional) are another
05-20-2014 11:26 AM
lhczth
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can the prey crazy dog work well , reliably, in highly stimulating environments without being distracted.
Yes, Mals and Duchies do it all of the time.

Still don't want my GSD to be a Mal.
05-19-2014 07:20 PM
gsdsar
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Diehl is a GSD man

Yeah. That's why I was confuddled with all the dutchie talk!!!


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05-19-2014 06:43 PM
hunterisgreat
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Ok thanks. The only Mike I could think of was Diehl. I will look him up.


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Diehl is a GSD man
05-19-2014 06:39 PM
gsdsar
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Mike Suttle. He is a well known and respected guy, deals primarily to LE with dutchies and mals I believe

Ok thanks. The only Mike I could think of was Diehl. I will look him up.


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05-19-2014 06:34 PM
hunterisgreat
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Maybe I missed it, but Mike who???? Never been good with knowing and understanding an important "name drop". Plus, newbie to IPO, so some names go right over my head.


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Mike Suttle. He is a well known and respected guy, deals primarily to LE with dutchies and mals I believe
05-19-2014 06:30 PM
gsdsar Maybe I missed it, but Mike who???? Never been good with knowing and understanding an important "name drop". Plus, newbie to IPO, so some names go right over my head.


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05-19-2014 06:11 PM
Blitzkrieg1 Funny you mention Gerben. He was at Mike's for a seminar not to far back. They also do or did alot of business together. I believe he was the one to send him Arco Kikert.
Apparently he does a real good suit work seminar.

KNPV IS a sport. Points have little to do with how they judge the quality of a dog in KNPV. The best dogs are often sold before they even trial for PH1. Its a small country they know who has quality and who doesnt usually before any trials. Buyers like the Dutch Police, security and brokers are not buying dogs based on points.. Ask the Van Leuwens, Mike or Gerben Kamphaus they are on that other forum that shall remain nameless. Very interesting info they have frequently posted for those interested in KNPV and Dutchies, they also answer pms.
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