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I really like the bi-color GSD. I have seen this dog on other videos, and he would be a good example of dominant. In this video not so much, but in other videos, he barely has his legs on the ground at all, they are always on the decoys leg.



 

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The object guard in that was crazy! I can't believe the decoy walked off with the basket and the dog!

I also thought the dog that wouldn't bite the arms was pretty comical. The decoy was pushing the dog way with his arm but the dog was too focused on the legs to even take an arm! That is just nuts
 

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There are dogs out there that take what you train to heart. This is more of a training problem, ie going tooooooooo slooooooooowwww, than a dog problem. He never quit. That is more important than whether he got esquived.



 

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i dont think the dog should let the decoy get that close on th object guard. i would prefer to teach the dog to bite when the decoy is that close. wich i think the rules state that at 1 meter he can bite.
 
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