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- Fri Oct 12, 2018 4:38 pm
- Forum: Breeding
- Topic: Up and coming breeders discussion
- Replies: 51
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I'm so glad this post is a thing! I always feel like when I mention wanting to breed in the future people are judging me because I'm new to the breed. It's nice to have a place to talk to like-minded people!
We can't compete in local AKC rally, agility, or nose work competitions until she is spayed and enters as a canine partner status. I've seen some people compete in Team online titles! It's an online 'competition' founded by Fenzi. There are no breed requirements and it's done via video so there's n...
Hello! I'm interested in not just how many people compete with their Tams, but also how many are titled? I know some titles (expressly in the US) are hard to get for dogs that aren't AKC registered, so I'd say if your dog could pass the test for it, it counts. I'm interested in all titles, all dogs,...
For those of you who have had Tamaskans before, whether you are a breeder, owner, handler, trainer, what have you; if you could tell prospective and/or new Tamaskan handlers ONE thing that you think every Tam owner should know, what would it be.
- Wed Jul 25, 2018 12:43 am
- Forum: Training
- Topic: Tamaskan as an Assistance Dog, Thoughts?
- Replies: 4
- Views: 1130
I can think of at least one Tamaskan Service/Assistance dog team off the top of my head. Whether a Tamaskan would be the correct choice depends on the individuals needs, the line of dogs used, and the dog itself. For mobility I believe a Tam would do well. I'm not sure how in tune with their handler...
Greetings from Vermont! My name is Castiel, but feel free to call me Cas. I live in North Eastern Vermont with my three dogs and a cat. And my family of course :lol: . I've been looking at the Tamaskan breed for a few years now and I feel like they're the perfect breed for me in the future, so I'm t...