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The day before yesterday we bought this dog,Wibo, he is 15 mo. old and was to difficult for his old handler. The ones who are intrested in dutch KNPV bloodlines, can imagine why if you take a look in his bloodline:

www.bloedlijnen.nl/stamboom.php?ID=10713

He is a Van Leeuwen´s Rocky grandson




 

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Very nice! Not that looks are any indication but the dog's sire (Aron) looks like a monster :eek: . Fantastic looking dog!
Hw long do you spend getting to know a new dog before you start serious work with it?
 

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depends...it is dick´s new dog, he is to strong & difficult for me..to bad :cry: . Tomorrow is the first time he´ll do some ob work (easy on), the last days is for making friends(with some saugage), walking etc.
 

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Andres Martin said:
Selena...

You have nice dogs over there...

...but we have nice beaches!!!

So there! :evil:
and much better weather...but i ain´t jealous.... :mrgreen:
 

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Robert, Yes...you do. :lol: :lol: :lol:

But then again, I have nicer dogs than you do! :lol: :lol: :lol: :wink:

...I think.

Selena,

but i ain´t jealous....
...that's only because you've never trained dogs in a bikini. 8)
 

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Andres Martin said:
Robert, Yes...you do. :lol: :lol: :lol:

But then again, I have nicer dogs than you do! :lol: :lol: :lol: :wink:

...I think.

Selena,

but i ain´t jealous....
...that's only because you've never trained dogs in a bikini. 8)

Andrew, back it up and show us a picture :p :p
Bear (my male GSD) is happy to discuss this with you.. :evil: :wink:
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Mike Russell said:
I see he also goes back to your breedings on the bottom half as well.
that´s right, his apearance is a lot like is grandfather. Just compare for yourself:



the first is rocky in his younger years (aprox 20 mo), the second his grandson Wibo.
 

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Andrew, back it up and show us a picture
Bear (my male GSD) is happy to discuss this with you..
Rob
I hope you're referring to the part where I wrote I have nicer dogs than you...because that is what I intend to back up with pictures...

NOT the training in a bikini part! :lol: :lol: :lol:





Robert...if you can beat the first one, I'll give you an honorary award! :lol:
 

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Andres Martin said:
Andrew, back it up and show us a picture
Bear (my male GSD) is happy to discuss this with you..
Rob
I hope you're referring to the part where I wrote I have nicer dogs than you...because that is what I intend to back up with pictures...

NOT the training in a bikini part! :lol: :lol: :lol:

Robert...if you can beat the first one, I'll give you an honorary award! :lol:

I concede, that's an unfair advantage :wink: How can you argue with that. Bear is all jealous now :(
Rob
 

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Selena in what way is this dog too difficult for you? Handler aggression? Or needs corrections harder than you're physically able to give? Just curious why someone gave up a nice dog like that :) Congratulations!
 

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handleragressive, to strong in combination with dutchie hardheadness...the handler, an older man, became afraid of him. Could not correct him, is bitten.
Wibo is starting to mature and gets more dominant every day, is a pusher. although i would like to handle him, it isn´t an option...i can´t cope with him fysically...i´m not easily scared, but if you know he´ll win from you..i wont try it...even if you´re not scared...a real bite hurts badly :wink:
 
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Selena van Leeuwen said:
handleragressive, to strong in combination with dutchie hardheadness...the handler, an older man, became afraid of him. Could not correct him, is bitten.
Wibo is starting to mature and gets more dominant every day, is a pusher. although i would like to handle him, it isn´t an option...i can´t cope with him fysically...i´m not easily scared, but if you know he´ll win from you..i wont try it...even if you´re not scared...a real bite hurts badly :wink:

My type of dogs. When handled and worked properly, becomes the most amiable and dependable of dogs...

Best regards and good luck...
 

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Andres Martin said:
Robert...if you can beat the first one, I'll give you an honorary award! :lol:
Forget about teh dog: the little girl is a DOLL! Look at those big brown eyes awwwwwwwwww!!!!!

Okay...so the dogs in this thread are nice looking, too....
 
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