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post #11 of 67 (permalink) Old 03-20-2012, 11:23 AM
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you'd think if they were going to provide "photographic evidence" they'd at least get a pic of a dog climbing a tree
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you'd think if they were going to provide "photographic evidence" they'd at least get a pic of a dog climbing a tree
My Russian friend has too much time on his hands and sends this in response to your request for evidence! (I'm trying to get him to join this forum so he can defend his honor <VBG> but he says his English isn't good enough.)

Some Russian art about this hot topic:
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That so does NOT count!!!! and explain the bears.... lol


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Some Russian art about this hot topic:
Hmmmm, it must have been tough over in the former USSR; not even enough open ground for a good training area.

Off topic, this painting would look great over my couch...
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That so does NOT count!!!! and explain the bears.... lol

thats very famous painting in Russia. "Shishkin's bears".
people often make fun of it.
this is an example.

sire of my first dog was EES service dog,dam was GSD.
she was very smart,had very solid temperament.

i have few photos somewhere,i'll try to find them.
i miss her.
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Molly is a pretty darn good jumper almost above 6 ft...She must be part Russian.

But is she a perfect jumper? <very big evil grin>


Quote from my Russian friend: "Being perfect jumpers, the EE Shepherd dogs are fond of barriers and obstacles."
If she wanted to to she could. But we don't give her the idea. She will toss her own toy up and the air and jump up and catch it.

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thats very famous painting in Russia. "Shishkin's bears".
people often make fun of it.
this is an example.

sire of my first dog was EES service dog,dam was GSD.
she was very smart,had very solid temperament.

i have few photos somewhere,i'll try to find them.
i miss her.

interesting. I do admit, I would like to have an EES. I had an opportunity to get a puppy from my history teacher in high school but my parents wouldnt have allowed it even though I was working and would have paid for everything. I was researching the breed (as best I could with no knowledge on reading or speaking russian). I've never heard of the painting until now though.


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But is she a perfect jumper? <very big evil grin>

Quote from my Russian friend: "Being perfect jumpers, the EE Shepherd dogs are fond of barriers and obstacles."

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If she wanted to to she could. But we don't give her the idea. She will toss her own toy up and the air and jump up and catch it.

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Wow, she is a perfect jumper and a ninja too!
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Originally Posted by hattifattener

"sire of my first dog was EES service dog,dam was GSD.
she was very smart,had very solid temperament.

i have few photos somewhere,i'll try to find them.
i miss her."


I would very much like to see photos of your first dog. The EES sounds like a wonderful breed.


My friend did send this comparison ("The East European Shepherd is bigger, taller, wider and bulkier than the German Shepherd with a massive body structure.") and a picture he had of one of the dogs he was familiar with:
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Yeah they basically look like heavier shepherds. My history teachers male was a sable looking guy. His female was solid black. they were beautiful. his male i think was 115lbs and nothing but muscle. He brought him into class a couple times.


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