[quote="Redrus"][center]Red in forest. Last week.
He just keeps growing more beautiful. We love Red.
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Fearfulness or extreme reaction to the presence of other dogs isn't uncommon (in almost any breed). Generally it will stem from poor early socialization (yes, just being around your GSP in the early stages is "good" but not nearly enough), genetics and sometimes early "events" th...
People are most CERTAINLY a resource for a dog. Think about it... what would you value most in a "new" situation? That thing which most met your needs. And you are currently that thing. Not sure the GSD situation was resource guarding tho. It's certainly possible Shadow found the GSD a thr...
- Wed Nov 25, 2015 8:22 am
- Forum: Community
- Topic: Question about Testicle Torsion
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This sounds very serious and not something you can put off. If it is indeed "rotting" inside him, I'd get it out speedy quick
- Thu Nov 12, 2015 12:33 pm
- Forum: Breeders: Other
- Topic: Aussie from Russia. Moscow Region
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Excellent shots! You're very good behind the camera, and Red is a GREAT subject! I like the one where he's looking for his Poodle friend. Because my dogs would do this too "where is my friend??"
Oh, and there's also being quiet! I know that there are plenty of Aussies that are quiet as mice... My most driven boy is LOUD AS THUNDER and barks at any excitement. Not a good thing in a duck blind.
Boy, My Aussies is the TERMITE of dogs and rips up anything he can get his mouth on. He'd make a HORRIBLE hunting dog (got the drive, but not the soft mouth). How's your dog on holding/not biting things? I'd begin by working on this. Last thing you want is some duck returned to you with half the bod...
Yes, check out different view points and make a choice. Really you can't go wrong either way. In agility we try to hold back as long as possible due to sex hormones contributing to growth sometimes to a great degree. And mostly if you're doing sports, you want your dog powerful and "natural&quo...
MY GOSH your pup is cute! soooo cute! If you want to see what real size she'll end up, I would recommend holding off on her spay until she's at least 12 months old. Often early neutering can cause extra growth (in studies I've read). Also, use a good high quality dog food that's meant for all ages. ...