Everyone keeps asking me why i’m not correcting him for biting… first of all, i would never correct a baby. manic is 9.5 weeks old. i’ve had 3 people ask me why i’m not using a prong collar to fix this already, and 2 others that suggested it to me like… they were offering advice to someone who didn’t know how to stop a puppy from biting. i clearly know how to stop puppies and adult dogs from play biting, i do so easily every day, with every client. however, those are pets, family pets. manic is a working dog. it’s not the same and neither is his training. he will be doing extensive sport and protection work for the rest of his life. which requires: biting. the last thing i’d ever want to do, is deter him from biting, when his future training relies on it. that is why i wouldn’t correct him for biting. however, i do not allow him to actually chew on or destroy anything. i also walk around with a toy in my pocket, that i can give him to redirect his demon teeth on instead. this is not what i would do with a client’s family dog, because they simply do not and will not need that type of training later on. what they need, is a dog that does not bite. so… you teach the dog not to bite from the earliest age. so don’t worry about manic, or my jeans… feet… legs… ankles….. we’re all going to be just fine 🙃 #manicmonday •••
For years we've wanted to attend the u.s. canine biathlon but it has always conflicted with other dates. this year miguel decided he wanted to try this for his birthday. we enjoyed some awesome camping and the most incredible bonding experience (for my dog and son) ever!! this course was over 40 very challenging obstacles over the course of 4 miles. it challenged us and our dogs physically, mentally and environmentally. i was beyond pleased with my son's determination and raw heart. i was impressed that minion led @slfolwell77 to success through her first biathlon. little bulldog handled the heat and every obstacle in true bulldog fashion, all or nothing!! jitz did as expected, as gritty as ever! (she is saying cheese in her shots) >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> our team excelled and pushed themselves we all put it all on the line and went hard!! 2 of these amazing ladies ran the course twice!! insanity!!!! the pictures don't do the course justice (ill be posting those as i get them) and their is way more mud on us than the photos exhibit. i couldnt be more pleased with our team and the experience. thanks for the amazing time and so glad to have ran it with such tough girls! #teamgrit cant wait for 2019
Sweet heart ❤️ brindle wolf ohitekah ❤️ last litter / dernière portée ❤️ current litter: 7 weeks old ❤️ some girls and boys are available (we are currently waiting for some answers) (upd 5.14.18) ❤️ brindle wolf kennel (france)
long hair dutch shepherds
13 puppies were born on march 21st 2018, available on may 16th 2018 from:
jch pallaton van ‘t noorder erf, import netherlands (hertog halewijn van de rozeborgh & on y parle’s questa vannila)
dm n/n - vwd1 n/n - d-locus n/n - hd a - ed 0 - ocd clear - spondylose clear - patella clear - kbrky - emem - parentage dna - tgaa 2016-2017 ok - junior luxembourg champion - french character test - cotation 2 &
multich sr ladyhayley du bois des mûres, import belgium (varlo du hameau des trois fontaines x oma’s pearl van ‘t eigen land)
dm n/n - vwd1 n/n - d-locus n/n - hd a - ed 0 - pra 0 - gd 0 - cat 0 - ppm 0 - kbrkbr - nem - parentage dna - tgaa 2015-2016-2017 ok - luxembourg champion - international champion - national french champion - cant - csau - french character test - cotation 4
our dogs are part of our family, live in the house and are crate trained.
we practice(d) truffle hunting, hiking, canicross, canivtt, obedience, agility, bitework and dogshows.
we feed our dogs and puppies by raw/b.a.r.f. but you can choose to feed by kibble.