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Schlussdibusti
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Re: Hi from Italy

Post by Schlussdibusti » Tue May 22, 2012 10:21 am

Welcome! Very pretty dogs. Love Rembrandt. No problems with break-ins at your house I assume :whistle:
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alspyce
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Tell us about yourself: I am in New York State. Got my first DS about 14 years ago (more or less as a rescue- lost her in Nov.). After years of GSD's, and a few dogs of other breeds (Rotti/Beauceron/Ger. Shorthaired Pointer/ Yorkie and my current Jack Russell) I now have another DS, 4mo female, no name yet, tho I have a few in mind.
Also have a horse-old quarter horse mare-32.
Can't wait for all the snow to get gone! Spring is coming too slow this year!
Location: Corinth, New York

Re: Hi from Italy

Post by alspyce » Tue May 22, 2012 9:31 pm

Beautiful!
"Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened." Anatole France
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GreatRembrandt
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Tell us about yourself: Hi, I'm elisa, i come from italy, i live with 2 rottweilers, a female Malinois and a dutch shepherd.
I work with them in the IPO program, i will be the first in italy who does IPO with a dutch.

Re: Hi from Italy

Post by GreatRembrandt » Wed May 23, 2012 12:39 am

thank you! Rembrandt thanks u all.. He's like a peacock now thank to your compliments.. He has a very big Ego.
eli with cuba, hispanico, olympia and great rembrandt

Sugars Mom
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Tell us about yourself: I adopted a Dutch Shepherd mix (without knowing what she was) from the SPCA here in Victoria BC and am now trying to learn everything I can about this breed. My husband and I work from home most of the time so I thought it was time to get a puppy! We have his 2 boys here half the time and we wanted a nice family dog.

Sugar looks like a miniature Dutch Shepherd with floppy ears, and has every ounce of DS traits in her little body!

I hope to learn from other DS owners and share doggy experiences.
Location: Victoria BC

Re: Hi from Italy

Post by Sugars Mom » Wed May 23, 2012 3:35 am

:lol: :lol: :lol:
Sue (and Sugar)

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Olie
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Tell us about yourself: I am a 32 y.o. veterinarian working in a food microbiology lab, Olaf is cca 1-1,5 y.o. DS adopted from shelter. We are from Croatia.

Re: Hi from Italy

Post by Olie » Wed May 23, 2012 7:49 am

Tuoi cani sono bellissimi! Complimenti!
Saluti dalla Croazia!
Barbara & Olaf
Croatia, Europe (that`s why my english is bad)
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GreatRembrandt
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Tell us about yourself: Hi, I'm elisa, i come from italy, i live with 2 rottweilers, a female Malinois and a dutch shepherd.
I work with them in the IPO program, i will be the first in italy who does IPO with a dutch.

Re: Hi from Italy

Post by GreatRembrandt » Wed May 23, 2012 6:23 pm

i hope i will come soon in croatia, my trainer is croatian :)
eli with cuba, hispanico, olympia and great rembrandt

GSDNanny
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Tell us about yourself: Dogs are my life, what can I say. GSDs primarily for nearly 50 years til bringing in my first DutchShep about 4 years ago. GSD rescue for 9 yrs, nearly 200 thru my home, rehabbed, adopted out. Been involved in AKC ob, herding, tracking, agility; Schutzhund-DVG; scent detection (HR-water)&narcotics, some patrol work. Mostly herding training at present on my little farm.

Re: Hi from Italy

Post by GSDNanny » Wed May 23, 2012 10:33 pm

Exceptionally nice looking canine crew you have there!! "Through" meant "throw", so see there my English aint so good either!

Denise Gatlin & Zip, Shooter & the K9 crew

Livin' in the deep south - Louisiana

GreatRembrandt
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Tell us about yourself: Hi, I'm elisa, i come from italy, i live with 2 rottweilers, a female Malinois and a dutch shepherd.
I work with them in the IPO program, i will be the first in italy who does IPO with a dutch.

Re: Hi from Italy

Post by GreatRembrandt » Wed May 23, 2012 11:25 pm

:D thank u!! They are beautiful workin'dog i always say..
eli with cuba, hispanico, olympia and great rembrandt

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Re: Hi from Italy

Post by vneerland » Sat May 26, 2012 3:27 pm

Good looking dogs! Tell me more about the FGD part of the bloodline 8-) (trying to determine if I know any of those dogs)
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Marjolein
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Tell us about yourself: I'm a Dutchie myself ;-) but live in Germany with Johan and my two DS's Cobber-Dingo and Knivil (Dingo and Ivil to friends...)
Location: Warbeyen, Germany
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Re: Hi from Italy

Post by Marjolein » Sun Jun 03, 2012 9:52 pm

Welcome!

Judith, I'm pretty sure this is the mom of Great rembrandt:
http://www.working-dog.eu/dogs-details/ ... -de-Gueule
:love:
Dad was Basta-Bazzy van de Pioniershof
If she had used a different male I would have bought a pup for sure!! ;)
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GreatRembrandt
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Tell us about yourself: Hi, I'm elisa, i come from italy, i live with 2 rottweilers, a female Malinois and a dutch shepherd.
I work with them in the IPO program, i will be the first in italy who does IPO with a dutch.

Re: Hi from Italy

Post by GreatRembrandt » Wed Jun 06, 2012 1:10 am

yep, mum is eclipse e'aubade des fonds de gueule, and daddy is basta van de pioniershof... May i ask u why you say "if she used a different male"? U don't like basta? Only to know :)
eli with cuba, hispanico, olympia and great rembrandt

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Re: Hi from Italy

Post by vneerland » Wed Jun 06, 2012 1:11 am

Ah-ha! Yes, if this is his mom, I know some of that family pretty well. :whistle:
I still have Gotha's sister Gotcha. Their dam Yaska, my old girl, died last year, and Mr Nico is still around, enjoying retirement. :stickman:
I cannot answer for Marjolein, but I *think* that she did not want to get a pup out of Pioniershof because she wanted to be sure that the names on the FCI pedigree were, indeed, correct. :oops:
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GreatRembrandt
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Tell us about yourself: Hi, I'm elisa, i come from italy, i live with 2 rottweilers, a female Malinois and a dutch shepherd.
I work with them in the IPO program, i will be the first in italy who does IPO with a dutch.

Re: Hi from Italy

Post by GreatRembrandt » Wed Jun 06, 2012 1:17 am

oh i understand :( unfortunately in italy we only have 14 dutchies (bran+9 brothers), their mum, a female van le dobry and two long haired. Nobody knows them and the race. Fci pedigrees are stil5 unknown for the great part of us....
eli with cuba, hispanico, olympia and great rembrandt

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Re: Hi from Italy

Post by vneerland » Wed Jun 06, 2012 1:28 am

;) Please don't take it as criticism regarding Rembrandt! As a breeder though, Marjolein wants to be sure that she knows who is who, IF that was the reason why she did not want to risk a Pioniershof pup.

Also. We hope you are here to stay and share lots of stories and pictures of our Italian brindle family. 8-)
Can you add a signature in your profile please, so we remember your own name? :oops:
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GreatRembrandt
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Tell us about yourself: Hi, I'm elisa, i come from italy, i live with 2 rottweilers, a female Malinois and a dutch shepherd.
I work with them in the IPO program, i will be the first in italy who does IPO with a dutch.

Re: Hi from Italy

Post by GreatRembrandt » Wed Jun 06, 2012 1:35 am

i promise i will do! I feel very ignorant about living this ipertechnological world of forum :D
..anyway, no criticism at all! :) i'm here to know, to improve, to learn much bout our brindle dogs... Ahh often in italy people stops me and ask... Is he a crossbreed? Is he a brindle mali? :)
eli with cuba, hispanico, olympia and great rembrandt

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Re: Hi from Italy

Post by vneerland » Wed Jun 06, 2012 1:40 am

Don't feel bad Elisa. Even in Holland, most don't know what a Dutch Shepherd is. :shock: Nor do 99% of the people in the USA, unless they are law enforcement or military, then they often get it right.
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Eclipse_Pau
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Tell us about yourself: Hi, my name is Paola! I've a Dutch Shepherd, a German Shepherd and 2 boxer! I'm so proud of being part of dutch world!!

Re: Hi from Italy

Post by Eclipse_Pau » Wed Jun 06, 2012 11:44 am

Hi ...Elisa is my sister!!!!!! :)

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Re: Hi from Italy

Post by Marjolein » Fri Jun 08, 2012 9:54 pm

Sorry, was busy for a while, Judith is correct, I like Rembrandt a lot! Basta is a good dog too, but it's like Judith said, I like to know the parents of the dog are really the parents ;) We now have DNA check, that makes things a bit easier.
And I love Eclipse, in fact, I contacted Alexa right after I read this, because I was hoping she might breed with her again with another male. But I'll have to keep searching, the answer was no ;)
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Re: Hi from Italy

Post by Dutchringgirl » Sat Jun 09, 2012 1:58 am

GreatRembrandt wrote:often in italy people stops me and ask... Is he a crossbreed? Is he a brindle mali? :)
We get that alot here in the states too! And some wolf and Dingo (lol) thrown in.
Lisa, Thalie CGC & Sadie, Cookie the Basset, CT
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Re: Hi from Italy

Post by chimere » Sat Jun 09, 2012 1:47 pm

GreatRembrandt wrote:often in italy people stops me and ask... Is he a crossbreed? Is he a brindle mali? :)
same when I went to the exhibition of TURIN (TORINO) in 2008 .... I think

également quand je suis allé faire l exposition de Turin en 2008 ... je crois
Marie and Dutch Shepherd French kennel Angel of the Moon

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