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Collars and my boy!!

Thank you for posting your update and writing about the collars.  He looks great wearing it.  Normally because of where we live our dogs don't usually have collars on.  When they have to be leashed then we use Fur saver Collar by Herm. Sprenger. We do have some very nice hand-made leather collars also.

Breed or Train for a job

Actually Jess. It is a bit different with dogs.  You see for the most part our current crop of dogs are bred to do something.. they herd, retrieve, guard, hunt varmints, protect property and flock, and provide companionship.  So my point is that if the need is for a dog to hunt varmints .. get a terrier.. that is what they were bred and developed to do.. need a dog to go in the bush and fetch your bird- get a retriever. Need a dog to protect you and  your stuff... get a guardian.. so the closer you get to the desired traits that you want you can better modify the behavior with training. For instance, if I wanted a dog to retrieve my birds I would not use a chihuahua or a Neapolitan Mastiff.  Can you train them to do that - yes - but that is not what they were bred for and if the Chi gets eaten by a snake and the Neo eats your bird .. you can't blame them..

Soldier Got a big fat Ground Hog

Nice. Gotta love it when your dog does the job.  Mine routinely gets Racoons - and have cornered some snakes for me to dispatch.

Why "Overgrowing" Large Breed Puppy is Dangerous

http://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2012/04/09/slow-growth-diets-for-giant-breed-puppy.aspx 

I saw this today:

Why "Overgrowing" Your Large Breed Puppy is Dangerous (puppy food and large dogs)

What's everyone's opinion in this?

Mongolian Dogs

In this article on Mongolia today magazine website, the author lays out the history and future of the Mongolian Dogs and takes a look at their future. It is a good read. Check it out at this http://www.mongoliatoday.com/issue/8/dog_intro.html

Walking Three Caucasians

This is me walking the three Caucasians we had at the time in Virginia. From your left to right is Caesar, Shagi and Cleopatra.  Julius stayed home because him and Caesar were constantly fighting.

Bully Kutta

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If you are not opposed to going to the country of origin we do have a few breeders here. look up shaw

What Mastiff a'm I

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Will be curious to see what if any is crossed within him! Please make sure to post results. 

bulldog attacks owner

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hey guys, so this video has been floating around the internet. the supposed back story is this man attempts to feed the mans dog, man gets angry and hits the man, the man then beats up the guy, the guy getting beat up then gets attacked by his own dog.

 

My thoughts are that the man in the red shirt is not the owner of the dog, most likely watching it or something. The dog is also built pretty damn big, I would guess theres an outcross in that EBD somewhere. 

 

wanted to see what you guys thought about it

 

http://www.worldstarhiphop.com/videos/video.php?v=wshhlAdefY46o7kb3jWS

 

 

foxtail in nose

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When we lived in italy our dogs used to get things up their nose and in their ears. The stuff in the nose usually work its way out in a couple days.  Don't rub the snout as you may be pushing the "thing" further into the tissue.  Let it work it way out.  If you see signs of infection then you MUST take the do to a vet to get it looked at.

 

Flirt pole bait

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Cool video.  I think what is used on the flirt pole is totally up to the owner and what the dog responds to.  Couple consideration is the durability of the bait and its ability to withstand the dog's bite and weight without causing harm. Though unusual this works.

I typically don't let my dogs play with anything that is mine for use. No shoes, shirts, pants, slippers, gloves etc.. consequently I leave items outside and the dogs to not touch them. :) 

Can we see your dog on the flirt pole?

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Will be curious to see what if any is crossed within him! Please make sure to post results. 
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