German Shepherd Dog > impressive west/czech male video (14 replies)
impressive west/czech male video
by duke1965 on 08 October 2010 - 17:27
|this dog definately got my attention |
by GSDPACK on 08 October 2010 - 18:12
by Jyl on 08 October 2010 - 21:31
|Here is the direct link...|
by KYLE on 09 October 2010 - 01:19
Nice!! Thank you. I like the power.
by sable59 on 09 October 2010 - 13:10
|kyle,the dog is fixated on the sleeve not the decoy|
by CMills on 09 October 2010 - 22:34
by Preston on 10 October 2010 - 05:18
|A very nice looking WL dog. Probably early in his training. When and if trained properly he could probably be a top competitor in profung and a very nice looking GSD in addition.|
by Kalibeck on 11 October 2010 - 00:46
|I LOVE the first dog....Bongo was nice, too, but the enthusiasm & focus of Akrim was just awesome! What else can any one tell me about that dog? He looked to be a pretty big dog, too. Any one know his stats? Handsome thing, too! (the dog, dude) jackie harris|
by darylehret on 11 October 2010 - 16:20
I disagree with this, the dog clearly enjoys his work, ......the act of performing the exercise. Neither the sleeve nor the decoy are objects of fixated attention.
Besides, when a dog is fixated primarily on the sleeve or primarily on the decoy, that doesn't indicate a true bearing either way on how weak or strong the dog would be in the face of a real threat. A dog that loves the sleeve has equal potential to be a courageous and formidable protector off-field, and it's enthusiasm is much more obvious on the performance field than a so called "serious" dog.
I like Bongo, too. He's the sire of the girl in my avatar, and I see quite a lot of her in his videos.
by KYLE on 11 October 2010 - 16:38
|@Sable 59, I did not see that at all. No bumping the sleeve, no barking at the sleeve. Equipmen fixation is not hard to fix. Dog is square in the blind, nice barking and looking up at the helper.|
by ziegenfarm on 11 October 2010 - 17:04
|folks, this guy is a class act! i first connected with him on youtube and later added him to my contact list on workingdogs. eu. he has great dogs; he breeds great dogs and his training is impeccable. his helperwork is 2nd to none. i am convinced that we will see some very strong contenders coming out of the czech republic and will be largely due to vit's training and breeding programs. i would love to see him in a seminar. if i am not mistaken, he did one in canada earlier this year.|
*** link to his website:
by sable59 on 11 October 2010 - 17:05
|kyle,i was not in anyway taking from the dog as a sport dog.if my dogs left the decoy for the sleeve ,i just lost a sale!!|
by darylehret on 11 October 2010 - 22:19
|Vit Singh (http://interviewswithvit.blogspot.com/ ) was supposed to be meeting Vit Glisnik of kennel Vikar as well as Jiri Novotny of Jinopo in September for interviews. Appearantly that didn't happen, but I think he's going to to be in the Czech republic after departing from Germany this week, so hopefully......|
by BritneyP on 11 October 2010 - 23:44
|Akrim is a fantastic young dog.. I like him a lot. |
However, I haven't seen anything out of Vasco that I DIDN'T like! What an incredible dog.
The Vikar kennel has really come a long way and I absolutely love what they are doing with their training and what their kennel is producing now. Awesome, awesome dogs.
by duke1965 on 12 October 2010 - 04:44
|I was at vikar a while ago and vit showed videos of his helper werk , which is very good , but instead of the helperwork my attention was suddenly drawn to Akrim , and even tough he has to many westblood for my likings Im impressed by him , and could see this dog being useful or people breeding these lines , as I see many westdogs without his enthousiasm ,speed and drives |
funny that people allways look at the father of a dog , not saying vasko is no good producer , but the bitches are hardly ever mentioned