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post #26 of 28 (permalink) Old 12-20-2012, 05:27 AM
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E.g. no matter what a person does can one raise a lion to be a bomb proof service animal
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...E.g. no matter what a person does can one raise a lion to be a bomb proof service animal
Well, for the most part, you can.

But you never really solve that pesky problem of them losing their concentration when a gazelle gets into the elevator with you.

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The Dobe gene pool is pretty small and they are all pretty much related one way or another. I have 2 now, a male born in 2008 and a female born earlier this year and they are both from the same basic lines as my very first Doberman, that I got in 1968!
This is amazing to me.
And very neat that members here could help find specific lines.
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