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Old 21-10-2011, 08:04   #1
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To bad I do not understand what they say
But it was nice to see it anyway and maybe someone can tell what it is about

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Old 21-10-2011, 09:12   #2
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Good morning Mikael !

Whaaaoo - I was impressed by that little reportage of "Bayerischer Rundfunk" ! ( Bavarian broadcasting )

Mikael- thank you very much for posting this here!!

Have you already put it into the German forum too ? You should do it, it´s really very good and not negative inspired report!

Ok, of course I can help you with translation - but also of course I can not translate all the words which were spoken in this clip, sure.

So at the moment I only want say that Karel Hartl told about why Czech. army no longer is interested in working with wolfdogs - he said it was mainly because they often have difficulties with changing of masters.
Because in the army ,he told,every two years the master/ trainer of a dog was changed and that was a problem for the dog, they can not accept and work with a new trainer in a short time, like most Gsd. do it.

Pavel Hanushka explained why it is very important to have close contact to the dogs and the neccessarity to be the "chief" of the dog all time.
( But for my opinion that´s nothing specific for wolfdogs !)

At last it was shown that even an agressive Cwd can be "resocialized" by someone who has the knowledge and the time to do so.

VERY GOOD CLIP ! I like it indeed !

Good job, Mikael!

Best greetings to you in Sweden, have a nice weekend!

Bye, Uli alias Silvester from Germany
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Old 21-10-2011, 12:33   #3
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Karel Hartl told about why Czech. army no longer is interested in working with wolfdogs - he said it was mainly because they often have difficulties with changing of masters.
Because in the army ,he told,every two years the master/ trainer of a dog was changed and that was a problem for the dog, they can not accept and work with a new trainer in a short time, like most Gsd. do it.

Pavel Hanushka explained why it is very important to have close contact to the dogs and the neccessarity to be the "chief" of the dog all time.
( But for my opinion that´s nothing specific for wolfdogs !)

Oooo,,, Thanks very much Uli

And yes, please put it on the German forum if they do not already has it there

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Old 21-10-2011, 12:44   #4
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It was in the German forum http://www.wolfdog.org/forum/showthread.php?t=17861 .

Very well done I think.

LG Franziska
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Old 21-10-2011, 15:11   #5
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The four dogs in a small car were our pack and the fat girl was me and my baby...
It's nice to see that our four-head-dragon is sooo famous.
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Old 21-10-2011, 18:23   #6
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The four dogs in a small car were our pack and the fat girl was me and my baby...
Yes and thanks to that I cold see that the video was up to date
As your baby was very very smal when we did meet in Pozna

Grate Video and Good Work !!!

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Old 23-10-2011, 20:23   #7
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Any one can make subtitles to it? Looks very interesting, but don't understand a single thing.
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Old 25-10-2011, 23:45   #8
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And did you recognized Besi the carpathian wolvin? She was walking over the road with the 3-4 other csw.

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Old 27-10-2011, 19:19   #9
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And did you recognized Besi the carpathian wolvin? She was walking over the road with the 3-4 other csw.

Christian
Yepp

And they all were later on i Pozna whit there dogs...
I did love Besi She was so so sweet and relaxed

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Last year 3 CWD played in this short scary movie for children (9 years and up) , its a dutch movie. The movie is just 15 minutes.
It's about a boy who believes in werewolf, and when he is camping with his brother strange things happen

The 3 dogs who play the 2 werewolf are
Chezka (Berta z Vlčí chaloupky)
Yara (Ashwanga Mei Waawanyanka)
Barry (Crying Wolf Bárány)

http://www.uitzendinggemist.net/afle...er_Braker.html

greetings Judith and have fun watching this short movie.
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