TEMPERAMENT TEST - follow link below to register

Hi folks just a reminder of the Temperament Test being hosted here at Gableridge Kennel on September 11, 2016.

The test will be conducted by Temperament Test Associates.. this test is great fun and is open to all breeds of dogs as well as mixed breeds. Have you ever wondered what you dog would do if approached by an aggressive stranger? well here is your chance to find out. It has been a very long time since a temperament test was held in this area.. please think about taking part.

Feel free to contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  for a description and some details on the test. In order to register online, put your cursor on the training tab above to get the events tab the follow the link. Or Click on the following link  Temperament Test  to go directly to the entry form.  This event is open to all dogs 12 months and over.  

About The German Shepherd Dog

Origin

One of the most versatile and talented breeds in the world today, the German Shepherd Dog has been valued in police work, tracking, guiding the blind, drug and bomb detection, search and rescue, herding, avalanche rescue and so much more. In the 1890s, Captain Max von Stephanitz, a German cavalry officer, envisioned a superb and versatile herding dog and began a breeding program made up of the best German farm dogs available. He succeeded beyond all expectations. The German Shepherd Dog first came to North America in the early 1900s and got a huge boost in popularity here after World War I when Rin Tin Tin’s movie exploits captured the attention of the public.

 

Things to do With Your German Shepherd

The breed is so intelligent and learns so readily that it has been used as a sheepdog, guard, in police work, as a guide for the blind, in search and rescue service and in the military. The German Shepherd also excels many other dog activities including Schutzhund, tracking, obedience, agility, flyball, ring sport and much, much more. His fine nose can sniff out drugs and intruders and alert handlers to the presence of underground mines in time to avoid detonation, or gas leaks in pipes buried 15 feet underground. The German Shepherd is also a popular show dog and family companion.

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