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2013-03-04 01:16:14 AM
how would you even train a dog to do that?
 
2013-03-04 06:22:21 AM
people that tease animals are real jerkoffs.
 
2013-03-04 06:24:16 AM

KrispyKritter: people that tease animals are real jerkoffs.


Lighten up, Francis.
 
2013-03-04 06:55:07 AM
Such purdy teefers!!! German Shepherds are SO smart.  Such an amazing and beautiful breed...even IF I'd run away from those pearly whites faster than you can say "spit".  lol
 
2013-03-04 07:10:41 AM

no clever name here just move along: how would you even train a dog to do that?


My dog snarls (playfully) when I bring out his tug toy and settles down when I hold my finger up. I haven't tried doing them in a row like that video, but I imagine it's doable.
 
2013-03-04 07:20:20 AM

SomeTexan: KrispyKritter: people that tease animals are real jerkoffs.

Lighten up, Francis.


Exactly.  He's trained to show his teeth and vocalize.  Look in his eyes, there's no malice there, he's having fun with his owners.
 
2013-03-04 07:39:18 AM
I've never met a German shepherd I didn't like.  They're incredibly cool dogs.
 
2013-03-04 08:11:03 AM

xanadian: I've never met a German shepherd I didn't like.  They're incredibly cool dogs.


You know who else liked using German shepherds?

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2013-03-04 09:13:40 AM
German Shepherds are just awesome. My parents have one, and she's been the best dog I've ever known. She's quite elderly now, and I'm fairly sure my parents, particularly my father, are going to fall apart when she dies.
 
2013-03-04 10:36:11 AM
I have a German Shepard/Chow mix. The only people he doesn't bark at when they knock are the pizza delivery guys. He just stands there and drools until I open the door.
 
2013-03-04 11:14:34 AM
Puppy dog was pulling back his lip, but his eyes didn't look mean.
Just playin....
 
2013-03-04 12:41:45 PM
Well. That was............something.
 
2013-03-04 12:56:51 PM
older lady down the street has a HUGE shepherd that is getting up in the years.  She walks him, 2-3 times a week up to the local school after or before students time.  One day, i stopped to talk with her and she was nervous about my reaction.  i told her "He's a beautiful beast" and proceed to introduce myself, hands out, let him sniff, wait a few moments...etc.

The big boy now will see me coming down my front steps and starts barking and dragging the old lady up the road to get to me.  I have to run out and get to him as fast as I can so that the old lady isn't ripped to the ground.  If he see's me in my car, he starts barking like mad and heading for my driveway, even if it's in the opposite direction of where they were going.

Once he I pet him and nuzzle him a few minutes, i say "good boy, go enjoy your walk" and he calmly lets her take him back on their walk.

/csb
// when he barks, it shakes the neighborhood, he's that big
 
2013-03-04 10:18:11 PM
www.centenary.edu

Had 2 growing up from infancy. Mom then her daughter. Awesome!

/miss my 4 dogs
 
2013-03-04 10:22:37 PM

KrispyKritter: people that tease animals are real jerkoffs.



Protip: He's not teasing it.
He's trained it to show its teeth/snarl on command. To have the dog obey him like that he probably treats that animal very well, and clearly has a good rapport with it.
 
2013-03-04 11:22:13 PM

mongbiohazard: KrispyKritter: people that tease animals are real jerkoffs.


Protip: He's not teasing it.
He's trained it to show its teeth/snarl on command. To have the dog obey him like that he probably treats that animal very well, and clearly has a good rapport with it.


Also the dog's ears aren't laid back against his head. That dog isn't upset in the least.
 
2013-03-04 11:42:07 PM

no clever name here just move along: how would you even train a dog to do that?


Seriously.  It must be a tough trick to get them to understand.
My first dog was a guard dog Doberman my father bought from a store owner, and it would "smile" on command, just like that Shepard.  Only she would snort instead of growl.  Such an awesome trick.

/My uncle still has a picture of Trixie "smiling" on his shop wall.
//R.I.P. you awesome Dobie
 
2013-03-05 01:42:44 AM
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2013-03-05 08:46:19 PM

Earguy: SomeTexan: KrispyKritter: people that tease animals are real jerkoffs.

Lighten up, Francis.

Exactly.  He's trained to show his teeth and vocalize.  Look in his eyes, there's no malice there, he's having fun with his owners.


Yep.  Mine will actually try to smile at me if I have something he wants.  Not a toothy grin, but actually tries to pull his cheeks back like a smirk.  It's just a sign that they actually get interacted with...the more you interact with them, the more they will try to mimic you.
 
2013-03-05 09:38:54 PM
Back when the Budweiser frogs were popular (early/mid 90s--Bud--Wise--Errrr) I trained my collie/shepherd mix to say "Errrr" after g/f at the time said "Bud" followed by me saying "Wise".
 
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