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6 years 10 months ago #38341 by Joke_Jan
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How exciting! Have fun with your new puppy, Lisa and Millie!
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6 years 3 months ago #40219 by Poppamies
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Hi! I¨'m Jan Bjorklund from Finland. We have a young schotish girl named Dusty that turned 12 months a week ago. She's our first deerhound although all in all the seventh dog.

jalostus.kennelliitto.fi/...I38301/12&R=164

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6 years 3 months ago - 6 years 3 months ago #40220 by Joerg Yoki
Joerg Yoki replied the topic: Putting a face to a name 2
Hello and welcome Jan and Dusty in the Scottish Deerhound forum.
Thanks for links to the very nice picture and the interesting pedigree..
Great avatar pic also.

Regards
Joerg and Yoki + Lucy
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6 years 3 months ago #40248 by Brodie
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Hi Jan n Dusty, fantastic photo
John, Bird, Blaize + Buheula the deerhounds n Bella the bedlington xx

Wigster n San x

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5 years 10 months ago #41157 by Brydie.fi
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Another deerhound lover from Finland :P

Name is Sarri Alanne and hounds I have many (maybe too many) but deerhounds I own almost three.

More about me and my hounds you find www.saskanpoppoo.com

Now that the winter is coming, I hope to have a better time to sit and read all your stories from here.

xxx
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5 years 10 months ago #41158 by Joerg Yoki
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Hello and a warm welcome Brydie.fi in the Scottish Deerhound forum.

We wish you many fun here.

Regards
Joerg and Yoki + Lucy dh:) dh:)
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5 years 10 months ago #41167 by Brodie
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Welcome Bridie.fi I know someone who looks just like you & lives quite close too xxxx

Wigster n San x
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5 years 10 months ago #41172 by Lisa
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Hi Bridie.fi, it is lovely to see you on here! xx :)
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3 years 2 months ago #43305 by Fuzzball
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Has it really been a couple of years since anyone new turned up?

Hi

We agonise over some decisions and there is nothing bigger than bringing a new life into existence. Ok, I am not about to give birth to a Deerhound but bring one home is tantamount to that for me. Should I do it? The long term owners will always say yes though I think I need some comfort in how others experience the Deerhound experience before I commit.

Two years ago I had a 28" Deerhound cross who I loved. Characterful and had many Deerhound traits including throwing your shoes at you when it was time for a walk. I got him and loved him for it. He did though scare people because of his size and off a lead could have people fearing for their lives even if they were dog owners. Of course you do not engineer this situation but see it unfold and with your dog within five foot, bring him to heel and pass by.

My thoughts are that with a bigger dog this will be exacerbated. Having one on a lead every time you are out is not what I want so am I the wrong kind of owner or do I just have to be as aware as before, plus some?

All experiences good and worthy of improvement through training welcomed.

Thanks
S

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3 years 2 months ago #43306 by Lurch8252
Lurch8252 replied the topic: Putting a face to a name 2
Hi Fuzzball

I know where you are coming from, I get it. My male could be a pest to people and other dog owners and I kept him on the lead if others were around. I went for bitches this time and made it my mission that they would have recall and be sociable around others. I am fortunate to be surrounded by loads of open space, some quite remote, but also a field that has become a dog walking field. From the day they were allowed out at 12 weeks I took them for 20 minutes a day to the dog park where they socialised with lots of other dogs, some liked them, others didn't and gave a growl but I left them to their own devices and they are both sweethearts around other dogs and people and they do not charge up to people or dogs. I also bought a clicker, the best £3 I ever spent. They are both food orientated so loved the clicker and soon learnt that if they came back they got a treat, I hung it up in the kitchen and would click when I felt like it and they came, even the 9 yr old terrier who pretends he is deaf most days!
I do find the bitches just that bit easier, none of that testosterone. Others may disagree, but I know where you were coming from with your Lurcher, I don't have any of that with my girls.

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