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    Default For the GSD Folk.. :)

    Her are a few pics of my FIL GSD "Peppi"

    aww he was a sweet loving gentle dog & i still have fond memories of him

    RIP sweet old boy 1986-1999






    Dorte.. remember we were looking through my pics of Peppi.. can you remember the pic of him standing side on & pic showed a gorgeous side view of him etc, i cant seem to find the pic, do you happen to remember where i put the pics ?????, i've search my photo albums & cant find it

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    Aw, lovely Peppi.

    Actually AF, he reminds me a little bit of my heart dog, a bitch called Kelsey, only Peppi is lighter in colour.

    Thanks for the photos. Love them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Aw, lovely Peppi.

    Actually AF, he reminds me a little bit of my heart dog, a bitch called Kelsey, only Peppi is lighter in colour.

    Thanks for the photos. Love them!


    DA...... Peppi didn't have the slanty back etc, i'm guessing that he would be from "old time" bloodlines then ????

    I still do miss him at times.. he was such a sweetie who had a hate passion for my BIL's mates car & bike tyres, the bugga would chew them while they were still on the car or bike ...

    They say that some dogs can sense good & bad people hey..well Peppi sure picked on BIL's mate for valid reason, we found out yrs l8r that the guy was a drug dealer...

    Smart boy Peppi..

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    wow, stunning boy. Just gorgeous

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    Possibly old style, or possible purebred but not pedigree?

    Yep I agree immensely that dogs sense good and bad all right. My heart bitch Kelsey (we're talking 20 years ago) jumped through the window into my house to pin a bloke that was in my kitchen. She never liked him. I married the SOB. He's dead now. Should have listened to my dog. She knew best!!!

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    Ruby and Luca (prev. Boxers) never used to like a guy called Dave. He was married to my Aunt, and they would growl and snarl whenever he was around. It was very unsual behavior for them and later on, when Deana and Dave had split, he was dating the manager for her horse-trekking business. Turns out he was beating her, and had beat Deana aswell. We shoulda listened to the dogs!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Possibly old style, or possible purebred but not pedigree?

    Yep I agree immensely that dogs sense good and bad all right. My heart bitch Kelsey (we're talking 20 years ago) jumped through the window into my house to pin a bloke that was in my kitchen. She never liked him. I married the SOB. He's dead now. Should have listened to my dog. She knew best!!!
    DA.. my FIL got Peppi from he's son-in-law for free, well he actually just took pick of the litter for free. SIL had bred from he's bitch, TBH i don't know if either Bitch or Sire were KC registered etc. Peppi never seem to have any health problems though other than usual vet visits for vaccs etc.. I did noticed that Peppi would run & walk etc as normal & didn't seem to have hip movement problems or show any signs of DH or arthritis etc.

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    Yeah, probably purebred but not pedigreed or registered etc. Made no diff as a family pet.

    The HD scheme is highly misunderstood IMO. Sire and Dam are tested. If their hip and elbow scoring is suitable, along with everything else, then they will and can be bred from. That doesn't mean that every puppy is NEVER going to get HD or ED.
    Contrary to popular belief, I also believe wholeheardedly that HD can also be caused by extenuating factors and is not solely hereditary.

    I'm rambling again. Woopsie. Lovely dog AF!

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    awww your not rambling on DA.. your educating others &me in regards to other breeds etc, health issues etc etc ..

    Big thankies..

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    Awww. Sweet face. Tara wouldn't have anything to do with my dog's massage lady. I'd struggle to get Tara on the table & she'd fight me ... like trying to get an unwilling foal into a horse float ... the whole time she was on the table. This happened every week right from when Tara was 8 weeks old. I just couldn't work it out. ..... And then the lady had a stroke. She didn't work for about a year & when we went back, the lady couldn't talk properly & couldn't use her right hand & arm. The first day we went back there,Tara got herself on the table without any struggle as I lead her up & then licked the lady's face profusely. And she loves the massage lady every week now when we go. There are no dumb animals .....

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