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Read this on my break. Can you give me some links or places I can read about genetic obedience. My break is almost over but Ill check back at lunch. BTW Thanks for this link .
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Thanks for posting this Carmen! I will definitely be following this blog (and hopefully I get to meet Nickolas!)

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well I hated how this thread started because I wrote a long piece which was like the forewards in a book which would have explained the genetic obedience FIRST then this link.

If a moderator could delete the thread I would like to start over -- it makes much more sense then.

I tried but it wouldn't delete , remove, cancel.

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Thank you for this!! I will be following, as I think it will be a great help to me raising my new pup. Will you post when you update this?

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POST TWO -- raising the pup -- GENETIC obedience on youtubey. Some 30 years ago I demonstrated an entire litter for genetic obedience that was for the benefit of the raisers and selection committee for a guide dog institute. It was put on the film available at the time . I have reels of film that I would watch when my husband borrowed a projector (dinosaur technology for you young guys) from his high school's AV (audio visual) department.

So here it is on camera - with Mike after he only had the dog for one hour.

All Things "Dog": Post 2 - Raising the Ideal K9 Partner and the Perfect Companion

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hi carmen, if ever you make a new thread, please let me know as i am subscribed to this thread.
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in this post I am showing you genetic obedience --- this dog was offering all this behaviour naturally -- demonstrated this to several visitors at my house when he was 6 - 7 weeks , and OFF property doing the exact same thing.
the topic genetic obedience was covered here https://www.germanshepherds.com/forum...obedience.html

there is another blog coming soon which will be compressed into several days worth of excursions -- nothing is edited . This is how I look at my stock to make breeding decisions.

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Great read, that pup is very impressive.

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Hello Carmen,

Great reads I'm going through it and it was interesting on the "natural" obedience part, and the first day spent together. Just wondering is your house a single human? Seems a strange question but when you said the pup laid at your feet while you were blogging (Minus the cat) I'm just wondering if there are other humans around that the Pup would go to for attention.

What your raising this pup to be (And all the pups you raise and train it seems) is exactly what I'm hoping to do with mine. I really want a people neutral dog who is calm secure and attached to our Family pack and everyone else is irrelevant. (Not hostile but not important)
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