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06-13-2014 07:55 AM
Deno Pups at this age are eager to learn, work and play. There is no such thing as starting training to early.......

These people and their dog have much to be proud of, you can tell the dog is having a blast.

The average dog is only limited by the drive of it's owner, I know a lot of us fall short here.

We are just beginning to scratch the surface of what dogs are capable of.

Check out this video.



There are many more examples on youtube that will amaze you.
06-12-2014 11:40 AM
MaggieRoseLee
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Originally Posted by I_LOVE_MY_MIKKO View Post
MRL - is your puppy learning these things?
I wish!!!
06-12-2014 11:24 AM
Linda1270 I'm amazed! This dog is having a great time and is so bonded with the handler. I know I'm jealous.
06-06-2014 02:49 AM
BePrepared That is the most amazing training i've ever seen in a pup. Wonderfully done. I have just learned some things to work on
06-04-2014 09:43 AM
middleofnowhere Are the Tervs as crazy as their Mal cousins?

As I understand it, YES.
06-04-2014 08:26 AM
LaRen616
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Originally Posted by dawnandjr View Post
Just to clarify, the dog is a Belgian Tervuren. That is why it looks a bit different. Fantastic training and commitment.
Are the Tervs as crazy as their Mal cousins?
06-04-2014 08:18 AM
dawnandjr Just to clarify, the dog is a Belgian Tervuren. That is why it looks a bit different. Fantastic training and commitment.
06-04-2014 07:34 AM
sparra
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Originally Posted by scarfish View Post
let the kid be a kid and teach it what it needs to know, same with puppies.
What is it with all the kid/dog comparisons on this board lately......dogs aren't kids......THEY'RE DOGS.......

What a cracker of a pup ........very impressive.
06-04-2014 02:22 AM
Sarah~ Awesome video, it looked like so much fun, I'm stuck at work and it made me want to go train lol! I don't think I saw that puppy stop wagging his tail once!
06-03-2014 11:55 PM
selzer
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Originally Posted by scarfish View Post
prolly any GSD can do that at 5 months if owned by someone with no job and no life other than turning their dog into a circus monkey or a programmed robot. that person should work at seaworld or ringling bros and let the dog experience being a puppy. i strongly believe in training, but there is a line that when crossed, the training is solely for you to show off your robot on youtube and not in the best interest of the dog. kinda like the parent that forces their kids into spelling bees. let the kid be a kid and teach it what it needs to know, same with puppies.
I started to get the feeling that they were training the dog to do the kinds of stuff Jumpy was doing in his U-tube. Both Jumpy and this dog are having a great time though.

Time with the owner for GSDs anyway (don't have any reference for mals) is better than chopped liver. They love training, if the training is good -- lots of praise, and dogs don't object to treats as well.

I liked that they were not doing jumps in the agility and just training the tunnels and directions, and possibly various footing.

If we know our dog can be a superstar, and our dog hasn't yet had the opportunity to be a superstar, because we haven't gotten off the computer and out there with the dog, I can understand the twinge of guilt along with the bit of jealousy to see a dog that does have a great relationship with their owner, and is a superstar.
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