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Old 19-04-2010, 21:12   #1
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Post CsW at Work !!!

Hello all, I was thinking that it would be nice to have a topic of CsW at work And with that I mean photos of the work you do whit you CsW, or if you know a good photo of another CsW that works, that you want to show us all

And now I mean ALL kinds of work... Training, pulling and more...

Or just pure work, like this one on Vornja z Peronowki



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Old 19-04-2010, 21:18   #2
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Let me go grab an old computer case, open it up, and let Luna go wild.
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Old 19-04-2010, 21:47   #3
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Default Hronec Tabernakkelin at work


Pull Training


Muching


Muching


Night Trailing


Mushroom Search


Mushroom´s


Fetch Training In Water

I was thinking someting like this

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Does your dog actually do mushroom finding???

That's amazing! Here, Morels go for about $55USD a pound.. but just a little bit north of us, you can go find search for them in the forests if you want..
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Does your dog actually do mushroom finding???
My girl fantastically searches for elm leaves, but then she eats them, so it can be hardly called work . http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Ulmus_glabra.jpg Elm leaves are her favourite treats and work as well as meat during training I was wondering if more CSVs share her "sophisticated" taste?

But coming to work: do your CSV also signal that your mobile is ringing even if it's in another room and you can't hear it or when the sound is off?
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Elm leaves are her favourite treats and work as well as meat during training I was wondering if more CSVs share her "sophisticated" taste?
A vegetarian-friendly CSV.. A dog after my own heart!!
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But coming to work: do your CSV also signal that your mobile is ringing even if it's in another room and you can't hear it or when the sound is off?

My Dogs only respond to tone of the film music "Kill Bill". My dog loves it.

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Does your dog actually do mushroom finding???
Actually Nooooo he does not… But he is trailing wild pig’s and they eat mushrooms, and there fore we can walk in the woods from mushroom place to mushroom place the trails must be atleast 3 weeks old, if not there is no mushroom or just very small ones there.

If he is to hot, the trail is new and I go trail in another wood

Mmmmm, yes I like my new pig trailing dog









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I was wondering if more CSVs share her "sophisticated" taste?
No, not my boy, but he did go crazy as a puppy and always wanted to stop to eat Rosehip = http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rose_hip

Rosehip is known as fox food here in Sweden especially in the winter time, but maybe Wolf´s eat them to ???

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Working photos on a CsW named Akim Slnečný dvor















Nice photos of a happy working CsW from the WD gallery

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Working photos on a CsW named Akim Slnečný dvor















Nice photos of a happy working CsW from the WD gallery

Best regards / Mikael
That is a great picture.
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But he is trailing wild pig’s and they eat mushrooms, and there fore we can walk in the woods from mushroom place to mushroom place



Wow!!!!! What did you find, Mikael? Sorry, what did Hronec find? Seems there are also chantarelles (kantarell)?

Don´t you be afraid of wild pigs?
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.. Elm leaves are her favourite treats and work as well as meat during training I was wondering if more CSVs share her "sophisticated" taste?
I don´t know, Rona, because here are no elm trees. About 30 or 40 years ago most of them died because of a special elm-illness.

But good idea. I will order an elm and then we´ll see
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I don´t know, Rona, because here are no elm trees. About 30 or 40 years ago most of them died because of a special elm-illness.But good idea. I will order an elm and then we´ll see
Not many elms have survived here either, but you're welcome to our park, there are still a few... I'll try to persuade Lorka to try Rosehip so that she'll leave some elm leaves for your CSVs
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Wow!!!!! What did you find, Mikael? Sorry, what did Hronec find? Seems there are also chantarelles (kantarell)?

Don´t you be afraid of wild pigs?
Ha ha, Noooooo I have a CsW that eat wild pig’s (se photo)

Yep, your right, they are all chanterelle´s, the darker one is
The one you call Yellowfoot, winter mushroom, or Funnel Chanterelle in English.

Se wiki info in English here >>> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Craterellus_tubaeformis

In Sweden they are not rear, but not common neither, they cost about 10-15 Euro / kg
and that is about the price on the yellow chantarelle´s to. We call it forest gold

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Hronec eating wild pig
Yum yum, wild pig! We have had deer legs here before for the dogs- big favorite. By the way, eating can be hard work too!!
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Yum yum, wild pig! We have had deer legs here before for the dogs- big favorite. By the way, eating can be hard work too!!
No, that is after work I somtimes have it at the end of a trail

But now I do not give legs no more, as he did eat up 100% of it including the bones and the same night he vomit up all the bones, dry whit no meat or fluid, just dry bones

Just to be sure I now feed him file , heart, liver and bigger cow bones as a reward meal (after work) PS, yes I’m crazy

Here, A`la deer back file as dog food with one egg







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Excellent work, regards / Mikael
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... but you're welcome to our park, there are still a few... I'll try to persuade Lorka to try Rosehip so that she'll leave some elm leaves for your CSVs
Thank you very much, Rona and Lorka
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