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So you want a dobermann puppy huh?

Discussion in 'Doberman Breeders' started by Royalty House, Mar 19, 2009.

  1. hrd2gt

    hrd2gt Well-Known Member

    i am gonna SMOKE that dog in obedience!


    lol
     
  2. DobieLvr

    DobieLvr Novitiate

    The last Doberman puppy I had - god was it that long ago? Not saying how long... would work as good if not better. I taught her to roll over and she would litterally THROW herself on the floor and would roll like a broken tire - over and over again. LOL I have a picture of her with my mother. Misty would work totally off of hand signals. I would flip my hand back and forth and she would come and stop - come - stop - she was just fantastic... my sister ended up with her when I went through a divorce... they had her for the rest of her life. I was the only one she would roll over for... dog could not swim...sank... my ex had to jump in and save her from drowning... lol
     
  3. hrd2gt

    hrd2gt Well-Known Member

    it was good work, but I dont like how it kept jumping up at the owner... that is annoying! and it looks bad! i cant wait to get to the scent discrimination..

    just a FYI... so far karma has learned to do the high step and heel... and now i am learning to walk... yea, i am messing that all up, LOL
     
  4. hall.christopher

    hall.christopher Novitiate

    My boy's are adults now but yor right why have pup dobermanns got a thing for socks?I remeber going to work with holes in every pair that i had,funny now though when i look back at it!
    Now i come home to find them lying in there beds give me a big greeting only to find that they have items of mine under there blankets,i have found such things as a pair of short pants,boxers,keys, my old sneakers,anti persperant and not to forget one my hats!
    They never suprise me no more! I wonder if they have got any money under there saving it for me?:rolleyes:
     
  5. MLR

    MLR Novitiate

    Except for their cute little faces, I don't miss the puppy phase at all. Chloe is going to be three years old in a month and she still gets into trash cans. :mad:
     
  6. Dobiegirl

    Dobiegirl Novitiate

    That little guys was so darn funny....I think he was trained to do all that....the moves were too perfect and to be taped while doing it...makes you wonder....

    The older one, I agree I didn't like when it would jump so close to the handler...Logan does that when we walk off lead too...stays right on me...
     
  7. FredC

    FredC Guest

    haha dont know that he ws trained to be naughty for the camera or not. but i love the theory. thats what im gonna start telling everyone about satans mentor. ;) lol its my story and im sticking to it :D
     

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