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Why Dobermans are Different

Discussion in 'Schutzhund and Ring Sports' started by Penkeepe, Sep 6, 2010.

  1. Penkeepe

    Penkeepe Member

    The recent question by doberdiva about training her Dobermanns with a mainly GSD club reminded me of this article. When you have time to read it I think it will help. Wouldn't hurt if you printed it out for your club helpers :) I know I printed it out for our helper and he said it really helped him with training our breed.

    why dobermans are different

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  2. Apollo

    Apollo Novitiate

    i might have to print that out to and give it to my Trainer :)
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  3. Lord

    Lord Jr Member

    And of course he trials with Malinois.
  4. FredC

    FredC Guest

    Wow great article, and very thought provoking.. Thanks Nellie.. Great insight!
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  5. Lord

    Lord Jr Member

    Penkeepe there is big difference in the bite itself. Not just the drives. And the bite is genetic.
  6. von Cosack

    von Cosack Novitiate

    The dude is long winded to say the least, and doesn't say much. I'm sure he'd be a captivating speaker but I'd rather see him on the field. I have never heard anything negative about this young man in regards to training so that is a huge plus considering the field he's in. Most sport trainers are the biggests blow hards in training. hahahahja!!! and I'm not the only one who realizes that. Von
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  7. Dobs4ever

    Dobs4ever Hot Topics Subscriber

    John is the National trainer for UDC and I have had the pleasure of attending two of his seminars. He is very very knowledgeable on the Doberman - Thanks for sharing!!!
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