Say hello to “aion”

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Aibak
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Say hello to “aion”

Post by Aibak » Mon May 20, 2019 7:54 pm

Aion is a 13 week european dutch shepherd that joined this site 2 dayes ago.
Hes my first pet ever and i love him.
Hes so skinny but got a pretty long legs😂 ofc still needs to grow more.
Please welcome him and benefit us with your knowledge by typing somthing that helps me making him a better pup.
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Tim91118
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Tell us about yourself: Lost a good dog and just replaced him with a nice Dutch Shepherd pup. Looking forward to raising her.

Re: Say hello to “aion”

Post by Tim91118 » Mon May 20, 2019 8:45 pm

First thing you want to teach your dog is his name, and to come to you when you call him to you.
Hopefully he is doing that already.

Brindle Lake Dog
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Tell us about yourself: This is my first Dutchie. I’ve trained field trial labs and a Malinois in IPO. Lost my Mal to cancer at age 11 and wasn’t really looking for a pup yet.
I got a call from my old training director letting me know he had just the pup for me: A Dutchie...
It just sort of happened and now I have a brindle Fur Missile living with me. His name is Jaguar; Jag for short.

Re: Say hello to “aion”

Post by Brindle Lake Dog » Mon May 20, 2019 10:50 pm

Good looking pup ;)

Expose him to a large variety of environments and always try to make the experiences positive. Lots of exercise and when walking him be sure to go different routes and to different areas. The same old walk every day gets boring for them too.

High quality food and LOTS of love :g_wink:

Aibak
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Re: Say hello to “aion”

Post by Aibak » Tue May 21, 2019 2:03 am

Im training him since he was 4-5 weeks , i taught him his name - come-sit -leave it- lay down -touch- bring-bite-and alot more, hes so smart usually he gets it from the first try, and about exposing him to the outside world im taking him to new parks every week , i exercise him 3-4 times daily and sprinting with him for 20 mins each morning. I i i i feed him the best food i found in bucharest with a k9 growth and motion bills.

ladyjubilee
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Tell us about yourself: Apparently I just adopted a Dutch Shepherd. My experience have been with Dalmatians. The shelter listed her as a 3 year old Dutch Shepherd, which truthfully I didn't even know was a breed. I picked her because she is so sweet and energetic. But looking at the forum, I'm wondering if I might have taken on more than I will be able to handle. I did reach out to s DS rescue and they say she does appear to be a DS. But so far she's a joy and though not trained is catching on quickly.

Re: Say hello to “aion”

Post by ladyjubilee » Tue May 21, 2019 11:28 am

He's so handsome.
Pack: Peanuts-terrier mix, 16-18 years old, Bramble-Dutch Shepherd, 3 yrs
Location: NC

sysyphus
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Re: Say hello to “aion”

Post by sysyphus » Wed May 22, 2019 2:28 am

What is a European Dutch Shepherd?

Brindle Lake Dog
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Tell us about yourself: This is my first Dutchie. I’ve trained field trial labs and a Malinois in IPO. Lost my Mal to cancer at age 11 and wasn’t really looking for a pup yet.
I got a call from my old training director letting me know he had just the pup for me: A Dutchie...
It just sort of happened and now I have a brindle Fur Missile living with me. His name is Jaguar; Jag for short.

Re: Say hello to “aion”

Post by Brindle Lake Dog » Wed May 22, 2019 12:09 pm

sysyphus wrote:
Wed May 22, 2019 2:28 am
What is a European Dutch Shepherd?
I suspect he means a Dutch Shepherd of European lineage since he said he lives in Romania.

sysyphus
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Re: Say hello to “aion”

Post by sysyphus » Thu May 23, 2019 3:53 am

Brindle Lake Dog wrote:
Wed May 22, 2019 12:09 pm
sysyphus wrote:
Wed May 22, 2019 2:28 am
What is a European Dutch Shepherd?
I suspect he means a Dutch Shepherd of European lineage since he said he lives in Romania.
Arn't they all European somewhere along the line since the Netherlands are in Europe....

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