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  Topic: 11 mths GWP in urgent need

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PostForum: General Chat   Posted: 06/02/08, 2:44 am   Subject: 11 mths GWP in urgent need
I have not been on the board for quite a whele now but some of you may remember me, not only am I one of the greatest admirer of the breed, but I also work them and rescue them.
Anyway, I have just b ...
  Topic: Looking for a pup in AB

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PostForum: Looking for a puppy!   Posted: 03/08/07, 8:06 pm   Subject: Looking for a pup in AB
To whomever e-mailed me privately, I apologise but I have somehow lost your PM. Can you please resend it to me so that I can reply.
Hope you see my poste!
  Topic: Importing dogs from Europe

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PostForum: General Chat   Posted: 06/02/05, 12:48 am   Subject: Importing dogs from Europe
well, here are the rules:

pup must be 8 weeks old.
If under 3 months, no Rabies vaccine is needed
If over 3 months, Rabies vaccine must be at least 30 days old (which mean the pup cannot be trans ...
  Topic: dental health

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Views: 2724

PostForum: Health Issues   Posted: 06/02/05, 12:40 am   Subject: dental health
Well, havnt' you heard?...
There is on the market a new product called Breatherlizer. Just a few drops in your dog's drinking water and it keeps his teeth clean and his breath nice. It will keep ta ...
  Topic: still having eye problems

Replies: 7
Views: 4761

PostForum: Health Issues   Posted: 06/02/05, 12:34 am   Subject: still having eye problems
Congratulations! We will keep our fingers crossed for a permanent recovery.
Please, don't be so harsh on your vets. Science is by no mean an exact domaine, and food allergies are one of the most di ...
  Topic: It was tough

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PostForum: Health Issues   Posted: 06/02/05, 12:22 am   Subject: It was tough
I am very sorry to hear about the very difficult decision you had to make. Crying a dog is not a sign of weakness but one of strength. Kyser was a very special boy but so will your next dog. Loosin ...
  Topic: Help with rescue dog

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PostForum: Training for field   Posted: 06/02/05, 12:05 am   Subject: Help with rescue dog
Pacing is sometimes a sign of anxiety. He now has a new life and no matter how better it is, it can be dificult to adjust to. Dogs do best when they know what is expected of them. Being now offered ...
  Topic: Wasted resource

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PostForum: General Chat   Posted: 04/20/05, 12:37 pm   Subject: Wasted resource
Welcome to the world of dog training! Not all dogs are the same and not all dogs respond to the same training...
If you purchase your pup from a breeder, don't you have a first option clause in your ...
  Topic: Introducing a new puppy to our GWP

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PostForum: General Chat   Posted: 04/20/05, 12:26 pm   Subject: Introducing a new puppy to our GWP
I tend to agree, the problem is likely to come from the Terrier. Terriers are often dominant and persistant. They are also very active. These are the 3 worse quality to bring to a household where a ...
  Topic: Dry brittle hair

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PostForum: Health Issues   Posted: 04/03/05, 3:47 pm   Subject: Dry brittle hair
I suspect your dog may be suffering from a dry form of seborrhea.
Seborrhea is common in the hunting dogs in particular in Setters and Labs but can affect any dog. It presents itself by either a dry ...
  Topic: still having eye problems

Replies: 7
Views: 4761

PostForum: Health Issues   Posted: 04/03/05, 3:29 pm   Subject: still having eye problems
Eric, at this point I would be wondering about an auto-imune problem.
Did the foirst inflamation come within a few weeks from a vaccin?
Does he licks himself, in particular his wrists, or other arti ...
  Topic: SCHUTZHUND Anyone?

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PostForum: Training for field   Posted: 04/03/05, 2:46 pm   Subject: SCHUTZHUND Anyone?
I have been involved in French Ring but i have never seen a GWP in such a sport. Now I do agree that they probably would have what it takes. But I have to wonder if their bite would be deep enough.. ...
  Topic: Importing Dogs form Germany...

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PostForum: General Chat   Posted: 03/27/05, 5:04 pm   Subject: Importing Dogs form Germany...
Here are all the information you need to register your 2 dogs in the AKC:

Now as far as not wanting to become "a real breeder", I th ...
  Topic: Sheamus' story.....

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PostForum: Rescue Stories   Posted: 03/25/05, 11:42 pm   Subject: Sheamus' story.....
How wonderful to see him so happy. Being on the rescue list, I followed his life a little and was thrilled to hear that you had adopted him. I am sure that he feels that he was at least as lucky to ...
  Topic: Protection or Aggression?

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Views: 4357

PostForum: General Chat   Posted: 03/25/05, 11:27 pm   Subject: Protection or Aggression?
Actually, I would like to offer you a diffentet view point. Barking at dogs while being on the leash, running and barking at cars, bicycles or even joggers... is often a sign of dominance and prey dr ...
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