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Old 04-17-2012, 05:57 PM   #11
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I already know that he is an aggressive alert and not passive. My friend said that one of her neighbors called her one day and told her to come and get him because Hoot had her teenage son cornered up and wouldnt let him move. Come to find out, he had a bag of weed in his pocket. Lol
Thanks neighbor that will be $50 glad I could help you out
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Thanks neighbor that will be $50 glad I could help you out
Lol,really.. I wonder what mom had to say after that?
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Great new addition, you can't go wrong with a police trained K9.

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Great new addition, you can't go wrong with a police trained K9.
Nope, especially when you already know how to use him. :-)
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Nice-looking doggie. I don't think he would go well with my cats.

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Nice-looking doggie. I don't think he would go well with my cats.
Well thats a work in progress, i have inside cats too. He hasnt tried to eat one yet but right now its sketchy. He would try and chase them when i first brought him in the house, but ive already got him where he isnt as interested in them. That is where his discipline training comes in, he does exactly what i say,when i say it. When i say "fewy" meaning NO! He stops instantly. After a week or so it will be alright.
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Lucky you. Congratulations.

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I already know that he is an aggressive alert and not passive. My friend said that one of her neighbors called her one day and told her to come and get him because Hoot had her teenage son cornered up and wouldnt let him move. Come to find out, he had a bag of weed in his pocket. Lol
lol, sounds like a good dog. Congrats.
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Well thats a work in progress, i have inside cats too. He hasnt tried to eat one yet but right now its sketchy. He would try and chase them when i first brought him in the house, but ive already got him where he isnt as interested in them. That is where his discipline training comes in, he does exactly what i say,when i say it. When i say "fewy" meaning NO! He stops instantly. After a week or so it will be alright.
So, just for future reference, that is "fewy" for stop/No. [making note]

Could you train him to sneeze when you say "gezundheit"? As in "yep, he's 100% German Shepherd; watch this: "gezundheit" cue sneezes".
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So, just for future reference, that is "fewy" for stop/No. [making note]

Could you train him to sneeze when you say "gezundheit"? As in "yep, he's 100% German Shepherd; watch this: "gezundheit" cue sneezes".
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