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Arthur the GSD turned 6 months old on February 7th. I wish I could say he was completely cured. He is doing so much better but he relapses once in awhile. He is still afraid of kids. In the kitchen … Continue reading
Dom the German shepherd completed his second week at Boot Camp by visiting the Winter Classic dog show in Novi. The fearful pup greeted people and dogs with a barrage of fierce barking when we arrived, but he quickly saw … Continue reading
Now that Dom has learned to trust me a little, and has gained some confidence, he should be able to concentrate on learning how to come when he is called. This will have to be taught in steps, starting with … Continue reading
German shepherds have been bred to execute a full-mouth bite. They have rows of big white teeth. Gator face. When taking treats it’s natural for them to hit your hand hard and swallow whatever comes out of it. So today … Continue reading
Since Dom the German shepherd puppy has exhibited nervousness about riding in the car, one of the Boot Camp goals is to take him for car rides as much as possible. Since I had to do other errands today, I … Continue reading
Dom the five-month-old German shepherd pup ate breakfast, as my friend Mary Beth would say, “Like he’s going to the chair.” For a pup with a queasy tummy and no appetite, this is pretty good. As I explained yesterday, he … Continue reading
“Those who believe a dog has no soul, have never looked in the eyes of a German shepherd.” I first heard that quote from Rosemary Risner, who bred one of my first German shepherds, Reva. I acquired Reva in Colorado … Continue reading
My friend Penny raised German shepherds for over thirty years. She bred dogs from traditional German bloodlines; with generations of titles in Schutzhund. Her dogs were beautiful, athletic and smart. Penny donated entire litters to Leader Dogs for the Blind, … Continue reading
Here is a colored pencil drawing of Cajun and Scorch, which is the illustration for Chapter 1 of my new book, “Clifford’s Bay.” This will be Book 3 of my Clifford Horse Stories.
Here’s a sable German shepherd in pastel, approximately 9 x 12″. This was a Christmas commission.
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