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Doggles for military working dog

by Sleddoggin Staff March 20, 2012

Check out these working dog images: Doggles for military working dog Image by The U.S. Army A military working dog wears Doggles to protect his eyes as a Chinook helicopter takes off, kicking up dust and debris, during an air assault operation by U.S. soldiers assigned to Alpha Troop, 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment, 86th [...]

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Sergeant Rex: The Unbreakable Bond Between a Marine and His Military Working Dog

by Sleddoggin Staff March 20, 2012

Sergeant Rex: The Unbreakable Bond Between a Marine and His Military Working Dog “In Iraq we put our lives in each other’s hands (and paws) day after day. We took care of each other no matter what. Rex and I have a bond that will last for the rest of our born days. If ever [...]

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Midwest Working Dogs “Bruce Lee” #2

by Sleddoggin Staff March 19, 2012

It’s hard to show how good he really is because you can only show 10 min. of video…. This 10 min is at the end of an hour session of “Bruce Lee” hanging on the rope. This dog is a beast!!! This Pure Bred, ADBA Registered, DNA Certified APBT is now up for stud! “Bruce [...]

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Nebraska Working Dog Ranch

by Sleddoggin Staff March 17, 2012

If dogs are man’s best friend, then working dogs are best friends who help out on farms and ranches. John Holman has a unique occupation: he trains dogs to “work” cattle, sheep, and goats by developing their herding skills. It’s an amazing mix of subtle commands, verbal rewards, and canine enthusiasm. Video Rating: 5 / [...]

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Beckett 1st Working Dog at Crufts 2012

by Sleddoggin Staff March 14, 2012

Aurichalcum Lord Beckett of Castlepoint …. happy show boy, very like his mother – Ch/Ir Ch Aurichalcum The Avenger JW.

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When comparing a working dog to a pet dog, do you think their temperaments differ, why and how?

by Sleddoggin Staff March 13, 2012

Question by ███████ Fiónnabhair ███████: When comparing a working dog to a pet dog, do you think their temperaments differ, why and how? Do you think the owner/handler expectations and demands have led to a divide in temperament? Why are some behaviours deemed permissible in a pet dog that wouldn’t be accepted in a working [...]

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Merrick Working Dog Stew Dog Food 13.2 oz (12 Count Case)

by Sleddoggin Staff March 13, 2012

Merrick Working Dog Stew Dog Food 13.2 oz (12 Count Case) Number 1 ingrediedient is real meat Human Grade Ingredients Fresh Vegtables and Fruit No Animal Fats Whole Grains A grain-free diet with a low-glycemic index – ideal for diabetic, obese, or grain-sensitive pets. Case of 12 – 13.2oz cans perfect for a single large [...]

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Working Dogs

by Sleddoggin Staff March 12, 2012

Man’s best friend loves to play hard, but dogs are also hard workers. See how these pooches pull a nine to five!

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Honoring military working dogs

by Sleddoggin Staff March 11, 2012

Check out these working dog images: Honoring military working dogs Image by The U.S. Army U.S. and coalition servicemembers, civilians, military working dog handlers and their dogs met together in a ceremony Oct. 16 to unveil the war dog memorial built at the KAF boardwalk in honor of military working dogs killed here in the [...]

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Cool Working Dog images

by Sleddoggin Staff March 10, 2012

Check out these working dog images: Military working dog handler Image by The U.S. Army Sgt. Henry Rabs, a Mendon, Mass., native and a military working dog handler, and Capka, a military working dog, demonstrate how the dogs can sniff out narcotics during a demonstration at Forward Operating Base Warrior in Kirkuk, Iraq Aug. 1. [...]

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Looking After Working Dogs

by Sleddoggin Staff March 1, 2012

Article by Chris Redhead The majority of dog owners treasure their dogs primarily for the fun and companionship they provide. However, some owners need their dogs to actually perform important work like rounding up sheep or pulling sleds. These working dogs need more looking after than most, because their lifestyle demands such a high level [...]

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A Working Dog – Training

by Sleddoggin Staff August 5, 2011

Apart from the breed, another way to classify dogs is through their jobs. You could say that a working dog is a canine that simply does more than just hang around, play tricks and be cute and cuddly all day. Some dogs have 9 – 5 jobs just like humans do. Types: There are many [...]

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Working Dogs

by Sleddoggin Staff July 26, 2011

Dogs are mans best friend in many ways. Either in a social or working situation dogs want to please and be part of the pack to which they belong; and despite the influx of technology, when it comes to certain jobs there is no one better to help than our canine counterparts. Types of working [...]

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Big Dogs – Are Working Dogs Good With Children?

by Sleddoggin Staff April 7, 2011

Article by Jeanne Stuemke The first time you see a real big dog like the Great Dane or the St. Bernard you might wonder if it’s really a dog. lt’s so big that you might mistake it for a little pony. If you saw the dog in some European countries, you would surely think it [...]

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