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Old 01-22-2013, 10:50 PM   #11 (permalink)
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If you like GSD's that do KNPV : Watch for the solid black GSD...he is a PH2, this is from the 2010 Championships. I think he was third. (Dodge Kiradesja)

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My friend in France just bred to him, and coincidentally, the puppies are being born, as we speak.
Dodge is owned by Ma Ming. My dog's mother's breeder just bred to him as well. Dodge is a son of Inox v.h. Ming who is 3/4 brother to my dog's grand father Kobalt v.h. Ming. I promise you that these dogs are solid as a rock. Zero nerve issues. Great examples of what the breed should be in my opinion.
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Old 01-23-2013, 06:00 AM   #12 (permalink)
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There's a whole world out there in tactical uses of the dog in protection work. Often when you introduce environmental challenges, heights, water, fire, enclosed surfaces, planes,trains,buses,and extreme rubble, you would be surprised at how the dog reacts and the amount of dogs that either shut down or function so tepidly as to not be effective. A strong PPD I think should be introduced to as much of the routine world as possible for exposure.
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There's a whole world out there in tactical uses of the dog in protection work. Often when you introduce environmental challenges, heights, water, fire, enclosed surfaces, planes,trains,buses,and extreme rubble, you would be surprised at how the dog reacts and the amount of dogs that either shut down or function so tepidly as to not be effective. A strong PPD I think should be introduced to as much of the routine world as possible for exposure.
I agree.

Additionally, if the dog cannot be stable out in public, what good is it as a protection dog if it is locked up at home and not out with you?
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Dodge is owned by Ma Ming. My dog's mother's breeder just bred to him as well. Dodge is a son of Inox v.h. Ming who is 3/4 brother to my dog's grand father Kobalt v.h. Ming. I promise you that these dogs are solid as a rock. Zero nerve issues. Great examples of what the breed should be in my opinion.
Yes, I am interested in seeing pups from these breedings.
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Tim that is why a few of us have been placed on a police k9 committee FoR the USCA. We are designing a new title as WPO/DPO was eliminated. We are designing something that us not an arbitrary routine and puts real pressure on the dog in order to hopefully be a decent test of breed worthiness. Wish us luck.....
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I agree.

Additionally, if the dog cannot be stable out in public, what good is it as a protection dog if it is locked up at home and not out with you?
Seldom would a PPD be available to protect when necessary anyway. We can't just take our dogs anywhere and everywhere. I feel the most vulnerable in a parking lot going in and out of stores. My dog isn't allowed in those places, so no way could I be protected.
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I can't wait!! Good luck
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excellent dog , that Dodge . Just goes to show you how split the breed is - in body and "soul" -- (conformation and temperament).
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we on the comittee have some innovative ideas. we'll see
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"Additionally, if the dog cannot be stable out in public, what good is it as a protection dog if it is locked up at home and not out with you?"

absolutely important - can not say this enough times.
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Tim that is why a few of us have been placed on a police k9 committee FoR the USCA. We are designing a new title as WPO/DPO was eliminated. We are designing something that us not an arbitrary routine and puts real pressure on the dog in order to hopefully be a decent test of breed worthiness. Wish us luck.....
Excellent. I look forward to seeing what you guys come up with and I hope it is well supported!!
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