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 The rest of Panzer's pack.

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Male Join date : 2012-12-06
Location : Seattle, WA

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PostSubject: The rest of Panzer's pack.   The rest of Panzer's pack. EmptySat Dec 08, 2012 3:07 pm

Panzer isn't alone at home, just he youngest, newest, and only husky.

The oldest dog in our pack is more or less a foster. Its a white and black chihuahua mixed with papillion. She is 7, fat, anti-social, and has only recently started learning to be obedient and mind boundaries since her owner left her with us in a foster situation. That situation is almost over.

The rest of Panzer's pack. IMG_20121201_102009_zps1247226a

The next dog in the pack is my housemate Leevon's dog, Locca. Locca is a 4 yr old, brown mix of Boxer and American Staffordshire Terrier. Leevon trained her from 8 weeks old, and while she doesn't know many tricks, her obedience is flawless. She is by far the most controllable dog in the pack.

The rest of Panzer's pack. IMG_20121201_101740_zpsd9435d29

Dayzee is Heather's, my other housemate dog. She's white, with brindle spots and a pitbull mix with husky blue eyes, though we are fairly sure she is not part husky. She is 3 and a half, and was rescued at approx 6 months old. She was trained mostly by Heather with Leevons help, and as such is a bit more independent, stubborn, and altogether difficult than a dog trained by Leevon or myself. She is still good, except that she will try to escape, and that she gets possessive aggressive.

The rest of Panzer's pack. IMG_20121201_101803_zpsb7798da6

Soshanna is my first dog. She is 1yr and 9mo old. One of 10 puppies from a stud Colby American Pitbull Terrier, and a true Australian Semi Domestic Dingo. The only one single dog that came out black like dad and not fawn or hyena looking. For half a year my entire lifes focus was training this dog to be tailored to me, before I took up more outside work, and more dogs. Soshanna has a few puppy energy kinks, but otherwise never disobeys what she's told, knows a ton of tricks, flys through agility obstacles and has a vertical jump that allows her to grab toys from 7ft high.

The rest of Panzer's pack. IMG_20121014_090648_zps134d1c0d

Mixie is my second dog. I got her free as a puppy to avoid her going from a flea infested trailer to a kill shelter. She is 1 yr and 3 mo old, and when I got her I was told she was half black lab and half "rottweiler, or newfoundland lab, or something". She looks like a black lab with maybe rottweiler. She's 70lb, and she basically likes to clumsy around, and swim. She's got classic lab character, which means until she was about 8 months old, I used to seriously question my vet about the possibility that Mixie was retarded, although she has come around now.

My mobile phone has trouble with uploads, so ill just post the photobucket links that were supposed to upload..

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Female Join date : 2012-11-03
Location : San Antonio, TX

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PostSubject: Re: The rest of Panzer's pack.   The rest of Panzer's pack. EmptySat Dec 08, 2012 7:03 pm

That is a houseful of puppies!!! They're all very pretty!!
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