|Yesterday 07:15 PM|
|Warrior K9||my video's? You should be able to copy and paste the URL to your browser|
|Yesterday 10:18 AM|
|Yesterday 10:15 AM|
|lhczth||I wish I could watch the videos.|
|Yesterday 05:56 AM|
|Yesterday 05:52 AM|
|Yesterday 12:59 AM|
|cliffson1||Congrats Warrior, I am not against any titles, because they show a development of the dog. I just trust breeders more than titles for breeding decisions.|
|09-28-2014 10:25 PM|
|09-28-2014 10:22 PM|
|onyx'girl||Congrats to you and your BHOT girl Rue! I'd trust any breeding match you decide upon, you know what is necessary to compliment the pedigrees because you work and trial your dogs. Proof is in the pudding|
|09-28-2014 10:14 PM|
|Warrior K9||And of course, as always, I checked with Cliff LOL|
|09-28-2014 10:11 PM|
Ok how is this...my girl got her PDC yesterday (1st try) after only being shown the bicep and suit for a couple months.
It is not the title that makes her breed worthy it was how easy it was to transition her from IPO (bitebar/forarm sleeve) to PSA (bicep on a suit) that makes her breed worthy IMO.
Or when I introduced my then IPO only dog to a civil bite, she took it without hesitation...
(this was her second session on the hidden sleeve, didn't get the first on video)
Any shmo can train a dog for a title...and flaws can go undiscovered when you don't work a dog. She has her strengths and weaknesses, every dog does...they are not machines. I asked someone about a stud and she said he is perfect (bull****)...she also bought him titled and has rarely worked him. One must become a student of the working dog to know what is truly before you. JMHO
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