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  • Wake up, it's Saturday morning. Time for our day 😂🐶😴
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  • Wake up, it's Saturday morning. Time for our day 😂🐶😴
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  • 5,784 92 25 January, 2020
  • Good girl 😍🤩🐶
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    Tag your friends who need to see this cuties 💕

    Don't forget to follow us for a daily dose of Rotties cuteness! 🤗
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  • Karvainen hölmö tänään 11kuukautta ja Sade ens viikolla 7vee 🥰#rottweiler
  • Karvainen hölmö tänään 11kuukautta ja Sade ens viikolla 7vee 🥰 #rottweiler
  • 50 0 9 July, 2019
  • Hier auf Föhr fällt mir wieder auf, wie wichtig es ist, regelmäßig mit dem Hund zu üben, mit vielen Eindrücken ( viele Reize )entspannt und gelassen umgehen zu können.  Wenn in der Stadt Hundebegegnungen sind, verändert sich wieder sein Energieniveau- Rute geht hoch und am liebsten würde er alle kleinen Hunde und Hündinnen begrüßen und abchecken. Große, dominate Rüden starrt er an - er geht hier zwar an allen Hunden vorbei, ohne zu ziehen etc. aber seine Körperspannung verändert sich und er fängt an zu fiepen. Mein Ziel ist und bleibt es, irgendwann mit ihm an allen verschieden Hunden entspannt und gelassen vorbei gehen zu können. Ob ein anderer dominanter Rüde dann eine große Show abzieht oder nicht, hat ihn nicht zu interessieren. Solange ich dabei bin, bin ich Boss und Johnson hat nichts zu sagen. Bei Johnson lernt man wirklich, ein ruhiger und bestimmter Rudelführer zu sein. #dubistderrudelführer #energyiskey #rottweiler #lovemydog #teacher #dog #cesarmillan #dogwhisperer #learningbydoing #dogtraining #rudelführer #hundetraining #rottweilers
  • Hier auf Föhr fällt mir wieder auf, wie wichtig es ist, regelmäßig mit dem Hund zu üben, mit vielen Eindrücken ( viele Reize )entspannt und gelassen umgehen zu können. Wenn in der Stadt Hundebegegnungen sind, verändert sich wieder sein Energieniveau- Rute geht hoch und am liebsten würde er alle kleinen Hunde und Hündinnen begrüßen und abchecken. Große, dominate Rüden starrt er an - er geht hier zwar an allen Hunden vorbei, ohne zu ziehen etc. aber seine Körperspannung verändert sich und er fängt an zu fiepen. Mein Ziel ist und bleibt es, irgendwann mit ihm an allen verschieden Hunden entspannt und gelassen vorbei gehen zu können. Ob ein anderer dominanter Rüde dann eine große Show abzieht oder nicht, hat ihn nicht zu interessieren. Solange ich dabei bin, bin ich Boss und Johnson hat nichts zu sagen. Bei Johnson lernt man wirklich, ein ruhiger und bestimmter Rudelführer zu sein. #dubistderrudelführer #energyiskey #rottweiler #lovemydog #teacher #dog #cesarmillan #dogwhisperer #learningbydoing #dogtraining #rudelführer #hundetraining #rottweilers
  • 23 1 9 July, 2019
  • Got all 4 in a row this shot....Jasmine, Jax, Jada, and Josie...full house! #Rottweiler #Pitbull
  • Got all 4 in a row this shot....Jasmine, Jax, Jada, and Josie...full house! #Rottweiler #Pitbull
  • 13 1 9 July, 2019
  • My boy💙💙
  • My boy💙💙
  • 34 3 9 July, 2019
  • ROTTWEILER PUPPY 5 months old next week. This is not something I usually do with a dog this young. You see people pressuring dogs at a young age and when they can’t handle it, they say the dog is no good...or they are doing super high prey/play stuff and say the dog is for real. That’s like expecting a 5 year old to take pressure and compete against a 25 year old. No matter how “bad ass” that 5 year old is, they can’t be expected to handle the same pressure as an adult.
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We were testing this mainly for fun, to just see where the genetics were geared, and what kind of relationship was building between the handler and the dog (the one getting beat up). Doing it in this fashion, we aren’t really directly pressuring the dog, but teaching him his actions can control a situation. -
The first sequence you see I have to prompt the dog a little, he runs forward with me, checks on dad and then goes after fleeing bad guy. Second sequence he goes after bad guy even after he’s out of sight. Each time you see him happy/proud and is all about the love from me and his dad. This dog won’t really ever be a prey/play oriented dog like the Shepherds. He will be more from a threat perspective...and because of this, you have to be careful not to make it too real too soon or you will create a hair triggered, short fused, aggressive dog that becomes very dangerous as he gets older. This dog is very confident, social, and innocent at this age, but genetically has the ability to be aggressive when the time comes (I am 100% confident it is in there waiting to be turned on)...which is when he has an adult mentality...for now we will continue to build his skills, build his relationship with his handler, build his confidence, and maintain his neutrality/sociability with people.
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This dog’s success with protection work and his functionality (ie safety margin) in the real world will hinge on his relationship with his owner...NOT on building psycho play/prey drive until it is pegged off the charts. Short of being a monster Rottweiler, this dog will be greatly underestimated because he will be calm, cool, collected, and social...until it’s time to do what needs to be done.
  • ROTTWEILER PUPPY 5 months old next week. This is not something I usually do with a dog this young. You see people pressuring dogs at a young age and when they can’t handle it, they say the dog is no good...or they are doing super high prey/play stuff and say the dog is for real. That’s like expecting a 5 year old to take pressure and compete against a 25 year old. No matter how “bad ass” that 5 year old is, they can’t be expected to handle the same pressure as an adult.
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    We were testing this mainly for fun, to just see where the genetics were geared, and what kind of relationship was building between the handler and the dog (the one getting beat up). Doing it in this fashion, we aren’t really directly pressuring the dog, but teaching him his actions can control a situation. -
    The first sequence you see I have to prompt the dog a little, he runs forward with me, checks on dad and then goes after fleeing bad guy. Second sequence he goes after bad guy even after he’s out of sight. Each time you see him happy/proud and is all about the love from me and his dad. This dog won’t really ever be a prey/play oriented dog like the Shepherds. He will be more from a threat perspective...and because of this, you have to be careful not to make it too real too soon or you will create a hair triggered, short fused, aggressive dog that becomes very dangerous as he gets older. This dog is very confident, social, and innocent at this age, but genetically has the ability to be aggressive when the time comes (I am 100% confident it is in there waiting to be turned on)...which is when he has an adult mentality...for now we will continue to build his skills, build his relationship with his handler, build his confidence, and maintain his neutrality/sociability with people.
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    This dog’s success with protection work and his functionality (ie safety margin) in the real world will hinge on his relationship with his owner...NOT on building psycho play/prey drive until it is pegged off the charts. Short of being a monster Rottweiler, this dog will be greatly underestimated because he will be calm, cool, collected, and social...until it’s time to do what needs to be done.
  • 38 9 9 July, 2019