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    I guess I will put these back since its the section of it.

    Those who know me know that I'm really into dogs. So here are some pics of my dogs and training I've done.

    Here you go Sid I know you enjoy this stuff

    My boys
    Jomo who I lost about 3 years ago


    Cinque aka Freight Train who I lost last year to cancer. This dog was a complete man stopper.


    My Boys together on a down stay command.


    I loved those two dogs man. Due to time and all the activities I'm involved in I did not get another working dog after my boys passed. I simply don't have the time to invest and compete like I use to, but once I retire I will get heavily involved again.

    Anyway I got a companion dog now he is a big powder puff. He was on the kill list at the shelter so I went and picked him up. I've had him for about a year now and he is a sweet dog and very very smart. I talk to him like he's a 5 year old child, but the difference is he listens.lol This is Biko




    Here are some pics of me in my heyday doing what I love. Decoying


    My buddy Jim and I working his dog Apache


    A show with the Venice Police

    My buddy Jim and I play the bad guys

    American Bull Dogs Protection Work



    Video of the best all around dog I've ever had the pleasure to work with. Lamonts Houston's Porter. RIP



    A nice Dobe that I worked with and I'm featured in the video in a green and gold bite suit.
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    I use to take my first two Shepherds to protection training, did so for about 1 1/2 years, with a guy named Sam/Sparten K9 (years ago). Years later got a really tuff male out of a Schutzhund III male and Schutzhund II female. Now I have a little shit ass house dog that is a great 24/7 companion. Good looking dogs, no better friend then a good dog.

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    Yeah my plan is to compete in French Ring and Mondio Ring upon my retirement. I started out doing Schutzhund and it is very tedious training for dog and handler. I never really liked tracking and I like bite suits over a sleeve. Saying that Schutzhund has a lot of hell of a good trainers and dogs.

    Hey a little shit house dog is cool because like you said they make great companion.
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    I just lost my black Lab (Duke) a few months back so yes i know how one can get attached i am curious Bam if you know a guy by the name of Eckart Salquist? this is his site and his training facility was next to my old place in Chattaroy, Wa http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...51773540,d.cGE
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    Thanks for sharing the pics. I love Shepherds and have had a few over the years, but can't have one now as my wife is allergic to dander. Would love to get another working dog or a long hair. Maybe one day, until then I enjoy the pictures and seeing others with their dogs.
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    Thanks BAM, They are great looking dogs.
    I too am a dog person. I currently have 8 at my house. Thank goodness I live in the country!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 56-210Sedan View Post
    I just lost my black Lab (Duke) a few months back so yes i know how one can get attached i am curious Bam if you know a guy by the name of Eckart Salquist? this is his site and his training facility was next to my old place in Chattaroy, Wa http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...51773540,d.cGE
    Sorry to hear you lost duke. It sucks.
    No I don't know Eckart Salquist but it looks like he is breeding the right way and has a very nice facility.

    Quote Originally Posted by Double Nickel View Post
    Thanks for sharing the pics. I love Shepherds and have had a few over the years, but can't have one now as my wife is allergic to dander. Would love to get another working dog or a long hair. Maybe one day, until then I enjoy the pictures and seeing others with their dogs.
    Yeah man I can't wait to get another Dutch Shepherd but that will be upon my retirement. I don't have the time for a working dog at this time. It would be totally unfair to the dog. So for now the American Staffordshire Terrier is fulfilling my dog need. He is a great companion dog. Loves to ride in the car and I even took him to a couple of meet and greets and people are amazed by how well behaved he is and just show him so much love that he is spoiled.lol
    Quote Originally Posted by warren57 View Post
    Thanks BAM, They are great looking dogs.
    I too am a dog person. I currently have 8 at my house. Thank goodness I live in the country!!!
    8 dogs man you are going through poop and food like crazy.lol

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    thanks for sharing bam, very nice. bet you can't wait for retirement. do it as soon as you can .
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    Glad you put this back up Bam. I now have a new addition to the family her name is Macy. My young'est saved her also,she is 6 month's old and full of energy. Forgot how a young pup was lol a chewing machine lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smooth 56 View Post
    Glad you put this back up Bam. I now have a new addition to the family her name is Macy. My young'est saved her also,she is 6 month's old and full of energy. Forgot how a young pup was lol a chewing machine lol.
    Yeah those puppies are chewing machines.lol My wife made me promise her no more pups only 1 year and up.lol What she does not know is the day I walk out of the work force is the day I'm walking to a breeder and picking up a pup.lol
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