Kekhor
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In this video, Rick Eichorn explains the function of the kekhor.

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  •  eliteguardianpresa: 
     
    However with that big female he only bred her once. She tried to bite hem while he was breeding her. She got his ear but he was determined. After they got stuck she pulled so hard that she freed herself. He stood paralyzed for several minutes. But he was fine. Two days later i brought him back out. He tried to breed her, but she wasn't having it. She had a litter of 8 of the biggest rotties I had ever produced.
     
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  •  eliteguardianpresa: 
     
    It was common with them that when I dog came into heat they would attempt to mount the one in heat. I kept the male away and didn't send him in until the 2nd week of their heat to breed them. He would breed them at least twice. We never had a litter smaller than 12.
     
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    How does this protect them from other predators. I can understand how this can be used to identify them. But I don't know how it will protect them. I know they might not be able to get bitten on the neck. But it won't prevent them from being bitten on the legs, etc. I has been years but i recall breaking up several of my Rotties in a fight one day. One female was new to us. She went into heat. One of my other females climbed on her like she was trying to mount her. I had just stop by the house while I was at work. It was a good thing I did. I saw it all. If I wasn't there who know how bad it would have gotten.I jump in to break them up. I wasn;t too sure about the new female. She was new to us and she was huge. I pulled one dog off and got her out of the pen. Then the main two dogs I struggled to separate them. But I notice that during the fight when I got one dog off the dog that was free and couldn't get the neck or ear would grab a leg. When there were more than 2 dogs fighting one would grab a leg. It took me a long time to break them up. I didn't have a breaking stick. There was no one around to assist me. I did have the guy that worked for me, but he was afraid of dogs. So he was of no help. I got them separated. After that day I was never able to put them in the same pen again. The other dogs were fine together. But the big female she still wanted fight. I had to keep her in another area in my yard. I attempted to the same thing I had done to get them in the same pen when I first got her but that didn't work. I initially put her in sight. After time passed I moved he closer. I did this over and over and got her close until they all were used to seeing her and no viewed the other as a threat. When I was certain there was no tension I allow them to make contact. Then they accept each other until she came into heat.
     
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  •  Polishtatra: 
     
    Nice !
     
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