Re: Filing teeth down?
I figured it was natural wear, but .... you can't argue, right?
Initially this person said that he was getting a "SAR dog" and wanted to know where he needed to go to do searches. Well when a K-9 officer informed him of certifications and such, that topic was ended.
The person came on yesterday with the subject, "My German Sheperd has issues." (Yes, I spelled it that way because they did). Apparently he had left the 6 y/o GSD in his house when he went outside shooting, and the dog went ballistic. It tore apart his house, etc. So he brought the dog outside (*brilliant*). He said when he shot down at the target...the dog chased after the bullet and lunged at the target. When he had a friend hold him next to him when he shot, the dog was trying to bite at the gun and had to be told, "release" a time or two when he latched onto the gun (*nice*). The guy said the dog "really likes to work" and when he gets into the truck knows it's "time to work." He went onto explain other events before I asked, "wait...is this the "SAR" dog?"
He said, "yeah. I got the dog from a guy who said his dad owned the dog and trained it in Russian. The dad passed away, and the son's insurance company wouldn't let him keep the dog so he gave it to me because I've always wanted a German Shepherd. I went to the local Police Dept. who told me the dog was probably a SAR dog due to him liking everyone/being friendly to people because 'if it was a true police K-9, then the dog would be aggressive to everyone and everything.'"
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