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Old 19-03-2011, 22:22   #1
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Hello I just want to tell you all how bad Hronec is as a guardian dog

Today I was expecting a puppy visitor from Denmark...
When he did get to my house I was not at home yet, but I tolled him that the door was open and he could go in if Hronec did let him

He did call me back 5 minute later, than he was inside playing whit Hronec togheter whit he´s wife + 2 kids

Rasty was just happy to, and did let them say hello to Zazan there new puppy...

30 minute later I got home and Hronec was very very happy like... "Hay look what I fund, a hole new family, can I keep them ? "

I´m now thinking about looking the door when I go away to Stockholm,
Even if Hronec and Rasty is inside (guarding) the house

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Old 20-03-2011, 22:08   #2
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30 minute later I got home and Hronec was very very happy like... "Hay look what I fund, a hole new family, can I keep them ? "
Did you let him keep them? Or doesn't he have at least a little familly for himself? A couple and two kids seems like a good number of excited adorers for a wolfdog. Not really enought, but still better than only part of Mikael or similar
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Old 20-03-2011, 22:40   #3
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Did you let him keep them?
Nop, but I did let the family keep litle Zazan (He is in Denmark now)

Now there is only Me, Hronec, Rasty + two female puppy´s left
And one of them (Zilja) I will keep :0)

But is it not funny how BAD Hronec and Rasty guards the house / Puppy´s
They even let kids in

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Old 20-03-2011, 23:32   #4
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Well, it is just that your dogs interpret the word "guarding" as making sure all guests enjoy a warm welcome and hospitality...
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Old 21-03-2011, 07:47   #5
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He did call me back 5 minute later, than he was inside playing whit Hronec togheter whit he´s wife + 2 kids

Rasty was just happy to, and did let them say hello to Zazan there new puppy...l
What a great ad for your kennel! "Wolfdogs of Hospitality"

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I´m now thinking about looking the door when I go away to Stockholm,
Even if Hronec and Rasty is inside (guarding) the house
Well, I wouldn't advise anyone with bad intentions to enter a place guarded by vcaks!
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Old 21-03-2011, 19:00   #6
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Well, I wouldn't advise anyone with bad intentions to enter a place guarded by vcaks!
Yes, and I think they can smell the diferance in the air to...

And the hole family did meet Hronec and Rasty ones before, as I demand all owners to visite before I / we deside if a Vlcak is for them...
And I make no exception for people living as close as Denmark

So both Hronec and Rasty did meet them when the puppy´s was 4,5v old,
and now they was 8,5v old... So the family was not TOTAL strangers

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Old 21-03-2011, 19:02   #7
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Well, it is just that your dogs interpret the word "guarding" as making sure all guests enjoy a warm welcome and hospitality...
Aaaaa... that might be it

Oooorrrrr, Cs Vlcak´s is not the best guarding dogs

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