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 Post subject: Re: Random key in rear bumper?
Posted: Sat Oct 20, 2012 9:22 pm 
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I have a kelpie X who understands commands in German..


nice do you speak it / trained it to ?
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Posted: Sat Oct 20, 2012 9:24 pm 
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No s**t story either as I have papers for proof. He said he advertised the dog for sale but got sick of the people he was dealing with and just put it out there for free to find someone he liked. Him and his Mrs use to have to at least change if they went anywhere near the dog and he hung onto the dog till the kid was 6 months old.
He gave me some commands, but I didn't remember them. All I know is the dog respects me and would die for my family, and for that Id do the same for him. That kind of trust you don't get from a light or a camera.
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Posted: Sat Oct 20, 2012 9:27 pm 
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No s**t story either as I have papers for proof. He said he advertised the dog for sale but got sick of the people he was dealing with and just put it out there for free to find someone he liked. Him and his Mrs use to have to at least change if they went anywhere near the dog and he hung onto the dog till the kid was 6 months old.
He gave me some commands, but I didn't remember them. All I know is the dog respects me and would die for my family, and for that Id do the same for him. That kind of trust you don't get from a light or a camera.


speaking of scary dogs i need one to attack my neighbor he came begging to borrow my spare EA steering wheel which was under my bed i need your dogs to attack

its genuine 110K km with a steering wheel cover on it its whole life :(
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Posted: Sat Oct 20, 2012 9:30 pm 
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EF_wanabe wrote:
Esteven8 wrote:
I have a kelpie X who understands commands in German..


nice do you speak it / trained it to ?

I've trained him that way. Using hand signals helps too.. Point to the ground for 'Down', hand up for 'Stay', hand level then down for 'Sit'. He's pretty switched on.

 

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Posted: Sat Oct 20, 2012 9:35 pm 
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Esteven8 wrote:
EF_wanabe wrote:
Esteven8 wrote:
I have a kelpie X who understands commands in German..


nice do you speak it / trained it to ?

I've trained him that way. Using hand signals helps too.. Point to the ground for 'Down', hand up for 'Stay', hand level then down for 'Sit'. He's pretty switched on.


dam you guys are making me jealous i don't got a big enough back yard for a "med to big" dog all ive got is a small puppy named Bella which is like a weird Maltese / jack russel
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Posted: Sat Oct 20, 2012 9:43 pm 
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EF_wanabe wrote:
Esteven8 wrote:
EF_wanabe wrote:
Esteven8 wrote:
I have a kelpie X who understands commands in German..


nice do you speak it / trained it to ?

I've trained him that way. Using hand signals helps too.. Point to the ground for 'Down', hand up for 'Stay', hand level then down for 'Sit'. He's pretty switched on.


dam you guys are making me jealous i don't got a big enough back yard for a "med to big" dog all ive got is a small puppy named Bella which is like a weird Maltese / jack russel

Staffy are small, but dont get one. It will eat your house, literally
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Posted: Sat Oct 20, 2012 9:46 pm 
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79raven wrote:
EF_wanabe wrote:
Esteven8 wrote:
EF_wanabe wrote:
Esteven8 wrote:
I have a kelpie X who understands commands in German..


nice do you speak it / trained it to ?

I've trained him that way. Using hand signals helps too.. Point to the ground for 'Down', hand up for 'Stay', hand level then down for 'Sit'. He's pretty switched on.


dam you guys are making me jealous i don't got a big enough back yard for a "med to big" dog all ive got is a small puppy named Bella which is like a weird Maltese / jack russel

Staffy are small, but dont get one. It will eat your house, literally


ya they are so disrespectful etc its just like why bother
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Posted: Sat Oct 20, 2012 9:57 pm 
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Its all about security. When I was a kid we slept with the doors open, times have changed.
I use to be in pest control and was surprised how many weapons I saw near beds in customers houses. It really sucks that we cant trust the decency in humans now days and good people are out there, but there are plenty that are not. That's just the way of the modern world.
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