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  • in reply to: Overexcited gsd needs walking buddies Walsall Area #89194
    rubyjo
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    Hi I tried there but he just disrupted the classes and the trainers unfortunately wern’t very patient with him, as all he want to do is play and each time i visited saw a different trainer and they had totally different ways of dealing with him, thanks anyway, i might be wrong but i think i might remember you from there, last feb/march time, if i’m right you had the most adorable little one and she put Zion in his place well and proper lol, you were one of the few people who actually spoke to me, as Zion was very disruptive on that paticular day  

    in reply to: Dog Walking Club Cannock Chase or West Midlands area #89057
    rubyjo
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    Hi would love to bring Zion along to meet up sorry haven’t checked in for a while as didn’t have any replies initially, let me know whereabouts on the Chase you go and a day and I’ll come along, I’m off work now until 11th Jan so anytime would suit me, thanks for your reply, I have the same problem with Zion but he’s got no aggression in him at all just excitement and frustration at not being let off for a run and tumble, hopefully we could sort them out by letting them walk together, look forward to hearing from you regards Jo

    in reply to: Overexcited gsd needs walking buddies Walsall Area #89191
    rubyjo
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    If those are your 3 you must be real proud of them they are stunning!!!
    Here’s another one of my boy Zion only able to do one at a time not very good with technical stuff, dogs are more my thing lol


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    in reply to: Weekly walk at Sutton #89114
    rubyjo
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    Hi I’ve got an approx 2 year old rescued gsd who really needs doggy company, he;s a real softy but does initially over react with excitement when he sees another dog (rearing up and barking) this can be quite off putting for anyone with another dog facing him but all he wants to do is play, we have been to doggy training but his excitement overrides his need to learn and the trainers just don’t appreciate his need to play, he tends to lick other dogs to the point of drowning once he has calmed down, if your still walking could you let me know please, regards Jo

    in reply to: Dog Walking Club Cannock Chase or West Midlands area #89055
    rubyjo
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    Hi I’ve got a rescued german shepherd who desperatly needs doggy company, he acts up on first introduction (rearing up and barking) but is a real softy, we’ve had him around 9 months and tried several training groups but all he wants to do is play and tumble round with the others and unfortunately the trainers are just not patient enough to deal with his behaviour, do you yhink your dogs would be able to cope with such a big personality I wouldn’t want anyone to get upset, regards Jo

    in reply to: dog walking cannock chase #89185
    rubyjo
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    Hi I’ve got a german shepherd too who desperatly needs another shepherd to walk with, the only thing is he gets over excited when he sees another dog and some people mistake this as aggression (rearing up and barking etc), when he is a real softy, he’s a rescue dog and very sociable but can be very off putting when he acts up, once he calms down he’s brilliant its just the initial meeting, would your dog be up to such a dog I would hate to upset anyone, Zion is around 2 years old (don’t know exactly) and has been pushed from pillar to post in his short life we have had him around 9 months and tried several training groups but he just wants to play and hasn’t quite got the attention span to keep the trainers happy, if you don’t think your dog could cope with him that’s fine I’ll keep looking. Regards Jo

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