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Grietje, a littermate of Anne, was visiting from the UK:





 

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That new camera of yours took some very nice pictures - great detail. All three are really nice but I especially like the first picture -beautiful dog. In the second picture - Is that the sleeve (for lack of a better word) you use to teach the dog targeting - so the dog learns to bite bicep/underarm area instead of below elbow. What is it made of?
 

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thick rubber floor tile, like the ones you´d use in a autokennel or kennel.
 

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that´s Grietje, the littermate of Anne, who is living in the UK. She and her handler came over to train with us. Anne has the same head :wink:
 

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daughters of your favorite stud :lol:

this is a (cropped) headpic of Anne a few months ago, time for a new one.



and standingpic of Anne (at 14 mo)

 

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thick rubber floor tile, aprox 15 cm wide with leather belt to tie it togheter. In this case 2 above eachoter, normally just 1 at a time :wink:
 

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Dog can´t bite properly on the places where those are placed. He will automatically search for a place he can improves his biting.

So we use to help teaching the dog on the right place on a attack (we start with placing a dog), without any fighting or compulsion. He teaches hisself the best place, a dog will always will search his own advantage :wink:
 
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