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    G'day all, my name is Rene.

    My family & I live around Marion in SA and are the super proud owners of a German Shepherd. Her name is Ruskee, and we got her from Macklin Shepherds in Vic.

    She is roughly 10 weeks old and is a lovely dog. She listens well, except when she gets into "silly mode" which we are working hard on. She also has very active dreams haha.

    I have (still am) been a part of a car forum and have learnt a vast amount of knowledge there especially when I had questions to ask. So I joined up here for those times where I need answers, guidance or just to see what other people have done.

    Cheers.
    Ruskee: our small at the moment old style German Shep.

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    Welcome Kinkdogg

    I think GSD puppies are gorgeous. There is a guy that lives in St Peters had a litter a few months ago. They've kept the mum and one pup who is quite gangly now.

    Somebody did a youtube video where they sat their puppy on the same square of concrete on their verandah each day and took a photo. It's very cute. Will have to try to find it for you. I thought why didn't I do that? And I realised my evil hound was extremely difficult to photograph unless she was asleep or attached to my big toe - and that was usually too painful to photograph.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ld7F-MBNesE

    For puppies (and older dogs) - this link has loads of helpful info.
    Digital Dog Training Textbook | Dog Star Daily

    And there is a German Shepherd Club at Westbeach - which is great for general obedience training and all things GSD.
    The German Shepherd Dog Club of South Australia Inc

    It's handy to the beach too. But I don't see many GSD there off lead because so many people (and some dogs) react so fearfully to them. Sad. People can be strange, they get scared of my dog too, until she crawls towards them and then rolls over. Hard to feel scared of an upside down dog.
    Last edited by Hyacinth; 06-03-2011 at 12:58 PM.

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    Haha, I have seen that video, amazing! We wanted to do it but we will try and do it weekly.

    Thankyou for the info Hyacinth, very helpful, especially the Dog Training part, a bit of reading ahead.
    Ruskee: our small at the moment old style German Shep.

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    Bad photos but you get the idea lol of her cuteness.

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    By kinksta at 2011-06-04
    Ruskee: our small at the moment old style German Shep.

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    awwww so adorable ♥

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