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Posting training pics of Barry's SAB "Ecko"
Posted by Stano on 1/21/2011, 3:32 pm
Here is some pics of Barry's South African Boerbol, "Ecko" at Personal Protection phase 1 training the other night. Barry was a little unsure of her protective qualites after the intial temperment test, however I knew being from the Mastiff family, some of these (qualities) just come out with a little bit of confidence training and some handler encouragement. Well being as young as she is at 14 months old, and 7 classes into it, she just loves the work and she is progressing very well. Her obedience is excellent even with 2 other dogs in the room as distraction. She lights up right away now, even before I come out, she is hitting the end of her leash on my approach, and going full tilt for the bite, and as you can see, she has a nice full, deep, mouth bite. Also it's getting to the point where I have to change to the hard sleeve as she has a crushing grip and my forearm is starting to feel like it's been hit by a Louisville Slugger!!
Here take a look:
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