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This is one of my rehome dogs Chelsea. Chels was a problem dog living with two elderly owners ( they were the second owners). She came to me so I could rehome her only she never left :roll: Shes 18 mths old now and is one of the most highly strung dogs that I ever saw. Neurotic, nervous, alert to too many noises and sounds but sooooooooo gentle. She has created an enormous amount of work and energy but shes worth it. I just do OB with her and shes learning quite quick and enjoys it.

Here are a few pics with her best Buddy......my son Bas who's 6.







 

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Tim Martens said:
your boy is named after one of my favorite dutchmen. Bas Rutten. hil, don't you have some pics of bas working one of your dogs? i seem to remember seeing some pics of that. he's a handsome boy!

you mean these Tim? If so its the same dog as the above pics.............she adores him and will do anything for him. When hes older he wants to be a decoy :lol: :wink:






 

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he's one of the best mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters the world has seen. he's retired now, but he was a beast back in the day. that's what the dutch are known for. kickazz dogs and kickazz fighters. MMA is my second passion.

here's another one of my favorite dutch fighters. K-1 superstar Remy Bonjasky...



 

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:eek: Saw Remy´s (he´s living in my town by the way) last fight on Eurosport, Dick (my hubbie) has done muy tae for 20 yrs. A lot of K-1 fights on tv here :wink: love to watch to all the great bodies of the fighters :lol: 8)
 
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