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Apr 29, 2009 10:24 as a reply to  @ post 7816071 |  #316

Lol.he is HUGE!!!!
What fantastic looking GSD's.I am glad Macy has alot of shep in her, her gait really mimics the shep, while her coat, well...looks like a retriever:rolleyes: Her body is so long! She is 8 mths now.

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Apr 30, 2009 00:18 |  #317

And here is one of Kobe from tonight..
He's locked down for bed..

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Apr 30, 2009 07:50 as a reply to  @ post 2442328 |  #318

I really dream of having a German Shepherd. I like their built and how they carry themselves. Great dogs!


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May 02, 2009 11:53 |  #319

robbyh wrote in post #7829778 (external link)
And here is one of Kobe from tonight..
He's locked down for bed..

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Look at those eyes! You are such a mean dad! To be locked up like a criminal all night. Arghhhh... ;)

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May 02, 2009 12:00 |  #320

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I really dream of having a German Shepherd. I like their built and how they carry themselves. Great dogs!

They really are cool dogs. But, they require lots of attention! In my opinion they are by far the best dogs out there. They will die to protect you against anything. They will stay by your side through thick and thin and they never get tired of being around you. They are moody too. You need to watch them. Each GSD we have had seems ex-potentially smarter than the last one and they will out smart you at the first chance you give them.

But ya, they are cool dogs.

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May 02, 2009 22:40 |  #321

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Look at those eyes! You are such a mean dad! To be locked up like a criminal all night. Arghhhh... ;)

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Thats cause at night he would become a criminal if left out.. He likes to "toy" with our cats from time to time. And chew on the wife's couch pillows when no one is looking.

Hopefully as he gets a little older we can start leaving him out more and more, till its all the time. Part of the reason I got him was to protect the family when I'm not here..


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May 03, 2009 13:28 |  #322

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Thats cause at night he would become a criminal if left out.. He likes to "toy" with our cats from time to time. And chew on the wife's couch pillows when no one is looking.

Hopefully as he gets a little older we can start leaving him out more and more, till its all the time. Part of the reason I got him was to protect the family when I'm not here..

It'll get better with age. By 18 months'ish you won't even remember the chewing.

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May 03, 2009 23:32 |  #323

Thats good to know.. BTW he's 7 months today and 71lbs.


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May 03, 2009 23:52 |  #324

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Thats good to know.. BTW he's 7 months today and 71lbs.

He's going to be a big boy! The "standard" for a 7 month old male is about 62 pounds.

Here's a copy of our growth spreadsheet. There are tabs for Zeus and Isis with another tab plotting them against the GSD breeding standards.

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May 04, 2009 09:54 |  #325

Funny cause looking at him I would of guessed maybe 50lbs. He is one dense puppy.

Nice charts, I was looking at your events for them, and realized, I have never seen Kobe loose a tooth..
It also reminded me I need to get him into classes.. I've been working with him at home but I need to get some professional trainning


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May 05, 2009 13:08 as a reply to  @ robbyh's post |  #326

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May 05, 2009 13:56 |  #328

Dogs who serve are the best!


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May 05, 2009 19:53 |  #329

i love shepards!




  
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May 06, 2009 15:10 |  #330

robbyh wrote in post #7855198 (external link)
Nice charts, I was looking at your events for them, and realized, I have never seen Kobe loose a tooth..
It also reminded me I need to get him into classes.. I've been working with him at home but I need to get some professional trainning

Thanks. I made the chart up just for the heck of it but over the last year it's become very popular with other GSD owners and a few humane societies on the east coast. Feel free to try it with your dog(s) too.

Good training is a big big deal. The two dogs we have right now are the first to be professionally trained and it's an amazing difference compared to a dog home trained. Of course I'm sure it doesn't hurt that the place we use also trains the K-9's for most of the police and sheriffs departments in the area. We attend classes up to 5 times a week depending on our schedules (we train with them). They are also trained in German, English and by visual signals (mainly hand signals). The hand signals are great too. If the dogs can see us we can control them no matter how far away from us they are. If they hear us but can't see us, the verbal commands work too. They only follow commands given by us as well. The hand signals trip people out too. They can't believe a dog is smart enough to understand "sign language".

I'm sure K9Ziggy can also vouch for the importance of good training. Especially as a LEO where every little detail is critical to stay safe.

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