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Thank you all for the nice comments on Hunter. He turned eight this year and hasn't slowed down one little bit. He still acts like a puppy. But part of the secret, we believe, is keeping his weight down. Here is a more recent picture of him.
Ah, Hunter is a beauty. Great name for a breed that was bred to hunt. I have a German Shepherd also, love them. I'm a trainer and feel that if you treat a dog with love and respect you will have a dog who'll make you proud for a million reasons. From a trainer's aspect, be thankful your Hunter has a wonderful, mellow disposition. I think it's because, of all the love you give him and not from his genes. Good luck with him for years to come.
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Great dog. German Shepards are very smart.
Enjoy sounds like he is in a great home and he
sure will bring you more love too!
Our little German Shepherd, Bizkit says "hello, Hunter, come see me sometime". She loves everyone also. Would go home with everyone if we let her.
He's everything you say, and it shows! God love and bless him and you. : )
What a loving-looking dog! Wags and licks to you, Hunter!
From Joy (Cantate's Brittany Spaniel)
Well, Hello there Hunter, aren't you handsome. Actually, you are one of my favorite breeds of dogs. You are certainly a little honey and so kissey faced. Love to you precious, wish I could hug you too! ~ Holly in Ga.
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