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  Topic: GWP standard
trackindog

Replies: 2
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PostForum: General Chat   Posted: 10/13/11, 7:40 am   Subject: GWP standard
No need to look for it! I found it in an old book on the breed. And yep, not much has changed at all.

thanks!

Ann
  Topic: GWP standard
trackindog

Replies: 2
Views: 764

PostForum: General Chat   Posted: 10/10/11, 12:03 pm   Subject: GWP standard
I'm trying to find the original breed standard written for the GWP way back when this club first started. The only one available at this time appears to be the newest one from 2006 I believe. Where ...
  Topic: Raw food
trackindog

Replies: 14
Views: 5928

PostForum: Health Issues   Posted: 07/21/08, 3:39 pm   Subject: Raw food
Hi Deb - I get my dogs food from the grocery store and from a raw buyers group. The only time I've used the premade raw was when I first started (and then only for a week) and then when we go out of ...
  Topic: Raw food
trackindog

Replies: 14
Views: 5928

PostForum: Health Issues   Posted: 07/19/08, 9:28 am   Subject: Raw food
All those bones only splinter if they are cooked. Uncooked they are soft and the dogs digestive system disposes of them easily and obtains lots of nutrients from them.

I guess what finally allowed ...
  Topic: Raw food
trackindog

Replies: 14
Views: 5928

PostForum: Health Issues   Posted: 07/17/08, 11:49 am   Subject: Raw food
It's OK to feed the weight bearing bones of such animals as chicken, turkey and rabbit. The only ones you want to stay away from are large animals such as beef and then only because they can break te ...
  Topic: Website falls short???
trackindog

Replies: 0
Views: 1336

PostForum: General Chat   Posted: 03/01/08, 10:47 am   Subject: Website falls short???
I wanted to share with a friend online today the backroud and pictures of the GWP. I came to this site assuming that being a breed club site it would have this information readily available. There i ...
  Topic: raw food diet
trackindog

Replies: 4
Views: 2798

PostForum: Health Issues   Posted: 02/29/08, 8:39 am   Subject: raw food diet
For years I have been contemplating switching my dogs over to a raw diet. We have three westies and 2 GWPs and this time I am pretty sure the westies will be switched over at the end of this dog food ...
  Topic: pancreatitis
trackindog

Replies: 5
Views: 4198

PostForum: Health Issues   Posted: 09/18/06, 12:19 pm   Subject: pancreatitis
Pancreatitis is a scary thing to have happen to a dog. Glad you caught it in time!

Ann
  Topic: water test anyone?
trackindog

Replies: 14
Views: 9049

PostForum: Field Events   Posted: 06/16/06, 1:13 pm   Subject: water test anyone?
I also agree that the versatile program needs to be based on what the dog is bred to do not the games we play with them. The AKC has a versatility title that addresses such things as agility, obedien ...
  Topic: Wirehairs vs. Drahthaars clarification
trackindog

Replies: 80
Views: 32857

PostForum: General Chat   Posted: 04/05/06, 12:40 pm   Subject: Wirehairs vs. Drahthaars clarification
Being new to the GWP and DD I can't answer much with any authority but have found it curious for those who appear to be very much against the GWP that they are even joining and posting on this GWPCA s ...
  Topic: Wirehairs vs. Drahthaars clarification
trackindog

Replies: 80
Views: 32857

PostForum: General Chat   Posted: 03/16/06, 10:57 am   Subject: Wirehairs vs. Drahthaars clarification
Thanks for the info DDman - I will go to the website and check it out.
  Topic: need your opinions/male vs female
trackindog

Replies: 3
Views: 4005

PostForum: Training for Performance/Conformation   Posted: 03/15/06, 12:21 pm   Subject: need your opinions/male vs female
Thanks for your input guys!
  Topic: Wirehairs vs. Drahthaars clarification
trackindog

Replies: 80
Views: 32857

PostForum: General Chat   Posted: 03/15/06, 12:19 pm   Subject: Wirehairs vs. Drahthaars clarification
>>>once you register AKC with a DD, you cannot breed in the VDD system. DD kennels are barred from going to GWP bloodstock. So once you dual register a DD, you can no longer breed in the VDD. ...
  Topic: need your opinions/male vs female
trackindog

Replies: 3
Views: 4005

PostForum: Training for Performance/Conformation   Posted: 03/08/06, 1:34 pm   Subject: need your opinions/male vs female
Hubby and I are having a discussion on the benefits of training male dogs versus female dogs. I feel and have always heard that males are easier to train and more biddable so to speak whereas the fem ...
  Topic: At what age do GWP's stop growing?
trackindog

Replies: 2
Views: 2046

PostForum: General Chat   Posted: 10/26/05, 11:51 am   Subject: At what age do GWP's stop growing?
We've always gone by the old rule that seems to work that a dog grows to it's final height by 1 year and then spends the next year filling out. All of our dogs have been pretty close to this.
 
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