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Old 23-11-2010, 14:47   #1
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Default Typical temperament of CsWs

hmm forgot and few worts about wolfdogs temperament say
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Old 23-11-2010, 15:25   #2
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hmm forgot and few worts about wolfdogs temperament say
I really want to read more about good wolfdog temperament

For me, as beginner, Gisu have many good points in some components of temperament which are lost in the breed and make wolfdog temperament so poor as this is now. No, I don't think that he is perfect but valuable
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For me, as beginner, Gisu have many good points in some components of temperament which are lost in the breed and make wolfdog temperament so poor as this is now.
What do you mean by this?

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Old 23-11-2010, 15:30   #4
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ahhh he is handable, touchable, not agressive and not dominant, stabil , calm and open dog.
He is easy handle male, easy to live together with him .

Never worth caracter !
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Breed standard of Czechoslovakian Wolfdog:

BEHAVIOUR AND TEMPERAMENT:
Lively, very active, persistent, obedient, with quick reactions, fearless and courageous. Mistrustful. Shows tremendous loyalty towards his master. Resistant to weather conditions. Versatile in his uses.
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ahhh he is handable, touchable, not agressive and not dominant, stabil , calm and open dog.
He is easy handle male, easy to live together with him .

Never worth caracter !
... sleeping temperament very typical...
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very typical for what ???????
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... sleeping temperament very typical...
Sorry I don´t know the dog - what was the reason why I asked my former question.
But I can´t see anything in Edits description that is 1. incompatible with the standart charakter-description and 2. that suggest a sleeping temperament (whatever this means).

So maybe it would be possible to explain why the temperament of the dog doesn´t fit the standart?

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there is a mistake again in the thread's name. it must be "fight club"
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BEHAVIOUR AND TEMPERAMENT:
obedient, fearless and courageous. Mistrustful. Versatile in his uses
there are stamp of temperament which are (in my opinion) lost in the breed. There of them Gisu present on high level.
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I realy don't think that Gisu's behaviour doesn't fit the standard...and I'm realy happy that he is not agressive and/or dominant like many other dogs.
He is calm...sometimes too calm .
But for me much more acceptable this kind of behaviour than agressivity....(and I could write examples but I don't want to be personal....)

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there are stamp of temperament which are (in my opinion) lost in the breed. There of them Gisu present on high level.
You can make with Gisu or this type behavior dogs IPO? or not can?

Ina, se moore dogs and compare this dogs in behavior.
yes this is realy new problem- activ and passive temperament. to big problem in working breed.
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IPO? you write this than a lot of csw would have IPO exam????!!!!
Daiva,
There are life out of IPO as well
What is about your dogs ????

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IPO? you write this than a lot of csw would have IPO exam????!!!!
Daiva,
There are life out of IPO as well
What is about your dogs ????

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i not see question about me dogs
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for me the main question is for what? people usually choose dominant dogs for work. and a calm one... eee... for shows? for life as a companion? sorry, i don't have calm wolfdogs, so i can't know it. but it seems we all have forgotten about main purposes of the breed.
we have topic now at russian forum where people say that they heard from some experts that it's normal for csv to be shy etc. sad, very sad.
we all are free to have our own preferences, but then there must be no mention about standard
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I don't want to talk about Gisu but the topic is really interesting at all...

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.and I'm realy happy that he is not agressive and/or dominant like many other dogs.
Why you list dominance as minus? Typical CsW males are pretty dominant - just take a look on any champion class on any bigger club show... It is (almost everytime) full a DOMINANT, self-confident males...

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But for me much more acceptable this kind of behaviour than agressivity....(and I could write examples but I don't want to be personal....)
What you call "agression"? Are dogs trained for protection work "agressive"? Dogs protecting their pack show "agressive" behaviour according to you?

I just want to understand....
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there are stamp of temperament which are (in my opinion) lost in the breed.
Are you sure? Sorry, I've seen very little wolfdogs in my life in fact, but the ones I see here, in Lithuania really have no problems with fears or similar I could say that the thing you quoted are just what is so strong in wolfdogs I saw...
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c'on Margo...you understand very well what I wrote!
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for me the main question is for what? people usually choose dominant dogs for work. and a calm one... eee... for shows? for life as a companion? sorry, i don't have calm wolfdogs, so i can't know it. but it seems we all have forgotten about main purposes of the breed.
Exactly!!! Words "lively", "very active", "with quick reactions", "fearless", "courageous" and "mistrustful" which were put in the standard eliminate very calm and "slow" dogs as not typical for this breed.
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Ina, se moore dogs and compare this dogs in behavior.
yes this is realy new problem- activ and passive temperament. to big problem in working breed.
Daiva, I am quite sure that I have seen at least as many dogs as you have, I simply haven´t seen this dog. And I am into CSW since I think about 13 years.
And no, I haven´t seen any dog too passive to be worked but some dogs too active to work anything else but the short sequences of IPO and too active to be proper family dogs. And being not only a vet but also a professional trainer and behaviourist I see much more problems there. Though not a real problem in general with this breed. To be honest I think the charakter has improved a lot in this time and several officials have told us the same opinion.

Times have changed, dogs are kept differently than in military times, society requests other dog-types and people that work their dogs are not only in IPO any longer.
And I don´t want to start the work/sport - discussion again anyway.
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