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Very nice! :D
 

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And ofcourse she made one of yordi as well,





Robert hier een die wel bijt!!!!!!!! die andere trouwens ook hoor, als je maar zoekt dan vind je ze!!

I told Robert one who does bite so also the other one, they are still there if you search for it :lol:
 

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Elly Elsenaar said:
And ofcourse she made one of yordi as well,


Robert hier een die wel bijt!!!!!!!! die andere trouwens ook hoor, als je maar zoekt dan vind je ze!!

I told Robert one who does bite so also the other one, they are still there if you search for it :lol:
Great photography, next time this photographer comes to Hawaii :wink: :wink: they can do that for my dogs too. Very nice.
There are plenty dogs that can bite, they just have to be trained right. You have a good mix of breeds. Any favourites?
Rob
 

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I like them all, the GSD is to heavy for me, I like him he has a nice character, Its not a dog for a woman, sometimes he has his own rules thats what he think, not in daily life but in training, the dobes are more easy for me, they have a great will to please and always want to work, never run of, my daughter has a mal, its a nice one as well, it was my dog, lot of people found it were time to change to a different breed, but he and I didn't fit together my daugter taken him and is doing IPO training with him, so I stick to the dobermann fits more with me! And I like the dutchie, he is retired now, he is 9 years, his teeth can't hold the grip of the sleeve anymore, but he still wants to work, the last time we took him to training he stripped the whole electricity out of the car, came out of his cage because he wants to do bitework, so you be warnt Mike he is a Vastenow, he was one of the last litters of Jos Grave, before the kennel goes to Johan
 
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