Thursday, April 13, 2006

Weimaraner


If you'd like to have a dog like this, my friends the Bonniers have 11 (eleven!) puppies to find homes for.

Braque Weimar Weimaraner

2 comments:

deborah said...

Not so easy to go off on holiday when one has a dog....!
I used to like dogs but since living in Bordeaux where there is too much dog pooh (ok shit)in my street and every other street around here I now bemoan the fact that there are too many dog owners!
is this grammatical/correct grammar?

Dogex99 said...

Excellent blog and thanks for the opportunity to share my thoughts here. I also love dogs and I decided to put together a website dedicated to dog training. However, I am actually trying to offer both some general tips for training your dog and some breed-specific training techniques. I believe each dog breed is slightly different and thus requires an adaptation of the standard dog training methods, to suit the breed’s behavioral patterns and genetic predispositions.

This is why I believe there is quite a bit of difference between Weimaraner training and Tatra Shepherd dog training. Or between Sabueso Espanol training and Rhodesian Ridgeback training. Each breed has its own distinct personality, and an independent breed like the husky will be different when it comes to obedience training than a bulldog or a ridgeback.

There are hundreds of dog breeds I wish to cover and I am only half way through, but I hope to turn my site in the best dog training resource on the Internet quite soon.

An excellent day to everyone reading this!

Michael R.
Webmaster – expert dog training advice at www.expert-dog-training.com