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Pictures of Blaze from Saturday’s Obedience

Discussion in 'Doberman Pictures and Videos' started by Doberman Gang, Jun 29, 2020.

  1. Doberman Gang

    Doberman Gang Hot Topics Subscriber

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  2. LifeofRubie

    LifeofRubie Active Member

    Looking good out there!
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  3. Ddski5

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    @Doberman Gang

    Don’t you or didn’t you have an older Doberman? Red?

    Did they do this type of training- as strenuous as what Blaze and Prada does?

    Question that follows your answer:
    Is there an age that you start kinda thinking- okay, time to start shutting things down to be more of a preventative measure as not to cause an injury?

    What’s the oldest age dog that you have seen “get after it” during these kind of training sessions?
  4. AnnV

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    Blaze looks like 'Dynamite' lol, so powerful. That's one killer A-frame.
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  5. Doberman Gang

    Doberman Gang Hot Topics Subscriber

    Yes, Redman is 11years old here he is at the 2012 Doberman Nationals
    Yes all of my Doberman’s have competed. We retired Redman at around 6 but it was more about him mentally not physically able. He doesn’t like other dogs and did not have fun at competitions. He still goes to training with me and gets to play and have fun just no pressure.
    Zeke ruptured a disc in his back 3 weeks before a trial that I was going to retire him after. We ended up having to put him down, he was almost 8. Every dog is different, usually prime competition age is from 4 to about 6 or 7 years old. After that you can see a noticeable drop in jumping ability and speed. I have seen some Dogs that still are competitive at 10-11 years old but usually those are Mal’s and phenoms.
    A girl with a cattle dog that trained with me retired her dog at 6, he had two IPO-3 titles and she felt there was nothing to prove with him and she didn’t want to have him break down from the continued training. Here he is on the cover of DVG Magazine.
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  6. Ravenbird

    Ravenbird Notable member

    wow on the cattle dog too. I live in cowboy country, and you never ever try to pet someones cattle dog. Dobe in disguise!
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  7. jazzies mum

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    Great to see Blaze is fully recovered! I was wondering how he was getting on. Looking superb as usual, and those jumps!
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  8. Kaiser2016

    Kaiser2016 Active Member

    Blaze is looking great as always!
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  9. strykerdobe

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    Looking awesome!!!!!!!
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  10. Maja Rocks

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    Wow what an athlete!
    So nice to see a doberman working & doing what they were bred for.
    Thanks for posting I always enjoy & learn from your posts.
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