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The Czechoslovakian Wolfdog

Over the years I've worked with most breeds, from Akitas and Rottweilers through to Chihuahuas and Yorkshire Terriers. Now I can mention another breed - a Czechslovakian Wolfdog.
Meet Kyra, who I'm just beginning to train. As these are early days, the long line is still required to prevent her running off but this is only for short term use until I know with complete confidence that she will respond to the recall.
Talking with Kyra's owner

Not a common sight in the English Countryside
On a different note, Paul was contacted at the start of the week by the Farmers Guardian, asking to use his very powerful photograph from one of my sheep chasing lessons. It features on the "Sheep" page on my website and previously featured in an article on me last year.
The dog featured is a Presa Canario x Rottweiler. And I can honestly say that no sheep was bitten or harmed.

An all too common sight caused by thoughtless owners

But to finish off, let me introduce you to the smallest member of the family - a one week old Cocker Spaniel belonging to Fran.
Her bitch Maddie gave birth to five, though only four have survived. But Mads is proving to be a fabulous mother and I'm also very proud of Fran. Her determination to do things right have meant sleepless nights on the settee and numerous nocturnal visits to check on Mum and the litter.
Well done Fran.
One day he'll be in and out of the bracken ........
...... but for now, it's just eat sleep and be quiet !

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  2. Hello friend: I've been visiting your web and I found "great", with good newspaper articles.

    I would like to share with you and your readers more information about the Czechoslovakian Wolfdog dog breed.

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  3. Hi would like to say that's me with my Czechoslovakian wolfdog I paid Janet Ardley £300 to train my wolfdog and after several visits to her cottage she turn to me and I cannot train your dog , so I went away thought she took my money then said that , I then sent her an email saying I wanted my money back , she was not happy but eventually she gave the money back , just like to say she took my money on the understanding that she said she could train kyra
    Don't not think she a good trainer she kicked my kyra twice with her wellies on witch I was totally wrong and cruel
    And she did not say she was taking a photo of us
    And trying to advertise her capability to been a trainer
    Have a good mind to sue her

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