Identifying Drives in Dogs.

Drive is an innate desire linked to survival and self preservation. Through time and selective breeding we have been able to manipulate these...
By Stefan · Sep 9, 2016 · Updated Sep 10, 2016 ·
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    IDENTIFYING DRIVES IN DOGS.

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    I will like to ask if the dog in the picture is a full breed GSD?
     
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    Yes! That's Drago vom patriot IPO3. He's a Bicolour German Shepherd Dog.
     
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    Yes I completely agree the IPO title has no guarantee for soundness again.
    I actually put up his full name with title for easy references.
    I have my eyes for these working lines specifically cos as ruined as this breed has turned, you still find something good in such lines.
     
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    The best way to get a good dog nowadays is to get it through a working line, hence, the need to follow the activities.
     
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