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- Green Dog
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- Joined: Fri Nov 23, 2018 4:00 am
- 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.
One of the items recommended for the canine first aid kit is a muzzle. I have a fabric muzzle, which was fine for the geriatric pack. What kind of muzzle is best for a Dutch Shepherd? (Given she can bite right through a pillow, I don't think the fabric will work.) It would need to be compact enough for us to carry in a small bag.
Pack: Peanuts-terrier mix, 16-18 years old, Bramble-Dutch Shepherd, 3 yrs
- Green Dog
- Posts: 177
- Joined: Sun Nov 02, 2014 10:43 pm
- Tell us about yourself: dogs, cats, fish, birds, horses, llamas... I've worked with them all :)
- Location: Orlando, FL
I love my Baskerville... not sure if you'd consider it compact thou
Tareena and Shylah and Shota - Orlando, FL