Mikhail Vysotsky
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Субботний тренинг щенка ВЕО

Субботний тренинг щенка ВЕО

Lady com seu cão

Lady com seu cão

A Little Girl and her Dog from Limbach.

A Little Girl and her Dog from Limbach.

Hitching a ride.

Hitching a ride.

Another Victorian Child with her Protector and Loved Pet, a Bully Dog. In Victorian Times the Pit Bulls & Mixes were Considered Nanny Dogs...They Took Care of the Children.

Another Victorian Child with her Protector and Loved Pet, a Bully Dog. In Victorian Times the Pit Bulls & Mixes were Considered Nanny Dogs...They Took Care of the Children.

This is what I was doing at 10 yrs old even though this girl looks a lot younger. I enjoy obedience training. My dog Sasha and I were awarded best in the obedience class and I was the youngest one in there. Oh yea! lol

This is what I was doing at 10 yrs old even though this girl looks a lot younger. I enjoy obedience training. My dog Sasha and I were awarded best in the obedience class and I was the youngest one in there. Oh yea! lol

German Shepards are very loyal, sweet, and they are very protective of their family. Great dogs if you have kids.

German Shepards are very loyal, sweet, and they are very protective of their family. Great dogs if you have kids.

Unconditional Love. There aren't many relationships more special than a service dog and his/her human.

Unconditional Love. There aren't many relationships more special than a service dog and his/her human.

1880 Bull Terrier

1880 Bull Terrier

Parting with their dogs at the end of their tours was often the hardest thing handlers had to face in Vietnam. Some likened it to losing a child. Denis Ferguson (not photographed) trained Marcus in Australia and served with his ‘mate’ during two tours of Vietnam. Ferguson applied through all the appropriate Army channels to take Marcus home with him, even offering to pay all the quarantine costs.The curt refusal he received,no reasons given,caused Ferguson trauma that he still feels…

Parting with their dogs at the end of their tours was often the hardest thing handlers had to face in Vietnam. Some likened it to losing a child. Denis Ferguson (not photographed) trained Marcus in Australia and served with his ‘mate’ during two tours of Vietnam. Ferguson applied through all the appropriate Army channels to take Marcus home with him, even offering to pay all the quarantine costs.The curt refusal he received,no reasons given,caused Ferguson trauma that he still feels…