Belgian Shepherd Dog (Groenendael)
Discussion in 'Belgian Shepherd Dog (Groenendael)' started by Discussion Thread, Apr 28, 2004.
This is what a Belgian looks like when the batteries run out
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awwwwww dog tired!
Are you sure or is he/she contemplating the next attack on your sanity I know mine are
My lovely Indy is a bit of a dumb blonde, so not nearly clever enough for that sort of thinking
She has her brightest moments doing agility, someone from my club sent me these pics just now:
Lovely photos. I am in love with Indy
She asks if she can come for a holiday at your place... she has always wanted to have a go at playing with sheep
Most definitely - although you may never get her home again!! ;-)
if you want something to run around and look pretty, she's for you. But I am not sure she would actually WORK
She'd be like: but it's raining
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My Malinois is SUPER high drive. now 6.5 weve had her from 6wks old, she came from the seafield rescue in Edinburgh. She's very bold and has one hell of an attack when asked but mostly its a case of sleep, cuddles and the couch ;-)
Excellent with other animals and kids etc, only possible complaint I could have is the whining and yelping when 1st out the door for a walk etc,
She was easy to train despite the hyper activity and mostly taught herself as it were. She knows a few tricks and has been kept busy with different types of exercises over the years to use up all that energy she has.
But if its raining she'd rather wait than walk out the door to pee, lol.
Some great pics so far
A new member in my family: Roms
This is how cute that little gremlin is:
...and when demanding a bone from Jackey-Russel, he is like gremlin after getting wet...
Third generation of my own breeding and back to old lines again! :smt001
Hi I'm new to this forum and I have a Belgian a Groenendael and she is a great dog and extremely smart, she has a canine good citizen award and I take her everywhere I go to get her accustomed to people and kids as I would like to have her as a therapy dog for children to read to her in our library. but I have a real problem that I hope I can get resolved, the past several months she has become increasingly skittish of skateboarders to the point of taking flight. she has never been hurt by them it's something she just acquired, just hearing the skate boards makes her want to flee are there any methods that can be done to get her used to these things? has anyone here had similar problems ?