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    Default Dobermann and Donovan Pinscher Silence and Tweek

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9gqIlwU4zjw[/ame]

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qiAGoD361eY[/ame]

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    Default Re: Dobermann and Donovan Pinscher Silence and Tweek

    It's nice to see dogs out there training like this! How old is Tweek? I took pics and vids of my pup today, which I'll be posting later. I wish I had the patience to teach him tracking lol, but it never really interested me.

    btw Tweek's butt swing heel was hilarious at 1:20. I love french commands, they sound much less angry than german commands

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    Default Re: Dobermann and Donovan Pinscher Silence and Tweek

    I know right! I hate German commands, not to mention half of the commands in German sound alike...not to mention the important ones...bite (fass) and heel (fuss) No thanks...

    Gaelic is excellent as well. Silence was just started in French, so to be fair I just kept him in it. I can't watch the video just now, but I will! Believe me, track your dog, it will help with the blind search in Ring in the long run. Your dog may have 3 min to search the blind...but a lot of dogs with no scentwork at all will fail that portion since it is not a routine. Just a suggestion, though!

    Tweek is 16 months old. She is a little rockstar! She is a sweetie, too. Just a little banger on the sleeve as well.

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    Default Re: Dobermann and Donovan Pinscher Silence and Tweek

    Yeah, the french commands are so clear and easy. I jumble German too much lol My trainer uses french as well, so if anything I got it from him. I'd only heard German before that. Have you ever used Czech? I'm not familiar with that one.

    Benny doesn't use his nose too much naturally (unless he is sniffing for food!); he is very much a sight dog. I can throw a tennis ball in tall grass and he won't sniff it out, he will look for it. I don't have too much issue with it though; he doesn't give up the search by any means, he just doesn't find it as fast as he could lol

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    i would like to see this dog in person, i know he does not train far from me and i have spoke to him a little over a year ago, last i knew he wanted to train with my helper/ trainer

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    Default Re: Dobermann and Donovan Pinscher Silence and Tweek

    I am a she and you are talking about my fiance. Who is your helper?

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    i know your a she i was talking about steve G. ronnie weiss is my helper. my friend marla told me she was thinking about going out and working with you guys

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    Default Re: Dobermann and Donovan Pinscher Silence and Tweek

    Ah, cool beans. Anyone is welcome anytime on Sundays 11am.

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    Default Re: Dobermann and Donovan Pinscher Silence and Tweek

    Quote Originally Posted by SilentDobe View Post
    not to mention half of the commands in German sound alike...not to mention the important ones...bite (fass) and heel (fuss)
    ... not to the native speaker ^^

    nice work btw.

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    Default Re: Dobermann and Donovan Pinscher Silence and Tweek

    No, but to the dog they can. Thanks!

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