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  1. Thai Ridgeback AMstaff American Bulldog Dogo Argentino Dobermann Bordau dog Bull Terrier Huskey Bangkaew Samojeed best regards Edwin
  2. J.Kent ALL BREED Benefit Show Hosted by The Canadian Molosser Association To raise money for the Jynnie Kent Fund OPEN TO ALL BREEDS 2 ALL BREED Conformation Shows (Each dog will receive a written critique) JR Handling Sanctioned Weight Pull CMA Canine Good Citizen (CGC) Therapy Dog International (TDI) JANUARY 17 2004 Markham Fair Grounds 10801 Mc Cowan Road Markham, Ontario, Canada Jr Handling will begin at 9 am. Conformation will begin at10am Weight Pull will begin after 2nd conformation Show CGC TDI will be evaluated throughout the day to accommodate. Judges Conformation-Ana Eugenia Vazquez from Salvador FCI all breed judge Peter Van Montfoort. From Holland FCI all breed judge Altered class -to be announced Jr. Handling- Lisa Avery CKC Ontario Canada Weight Pull- John Bonello CGC - Jeanine Depalma TDI - Becky Iaonne For show info and Show Premium Contact Linda Young Roberts 905-649-6363 [email][email protected][/email] or Mary Ann Nemisz 613-547-8198 [email][email protected][/email] Or visit the CMA website [url]http://cma52.tripod.com/[/url] or the J Kent Fund website [url]http://hostingprod.com/@jynniekentfund.com/index.html[/url] PRE-ENTRIES CLOSE: January 9th at midnight (conformation day of show entries will close at 9am Jan 17th)
  3. [quote name='Deez'][quote name='Rowie-the-Pooh'][quote]mom is a [b]single mother[/b][/quote] Didn't it say in both articles that her father was Clark Kent? :o How can her mother be single? Divorce? Just wondering.... Poor girl, she must be scarred-emotionally-for life. :( I agree with the face that it was NOT the dogs fualt! Her grandmother should have been with her, she should have known not to seperate two fighting dogs, ESPECIALLY since her grandmother is a breeder, and had dogs! :-? Actually, it wasn't the dogs fualt OR the girls fualt...but who got hurt in the end because of one person's iressponsiblity? Both. :( Poor Souls.[/quote] i think the grand mother don't have a great life any more all that guilt she must be feeling pretty shitty it's her grand daughter and every time she see her there will be pain. greets Edwin I agree with Rowie! First off, they never said anything about her mother, it's always about her mother.. :-? That's plain old confusing... Second of all, the grandmother should be more responsible about having her granddaughter unsupervised! I mean, if there are dogs there should always be protection... And I don't understand, shouldn't she know better than to try to stop to dogs fighting? Although maybe she wasn't really thinking at the spur of the moment.. See how she ended up? This goes to everyone.. It should teach you a lesson... :cry: :cry:[/quote]
  4. [quote name='nadooshkinz']But shouldnt the girl know not to interfere between two bickering dogs??! :-?[/quote] that story that girl can only tell greets Edwin from the Netherlands
  5. [quote name='Rowie-the-Pooh'][quote]mom is a [b]single mother[/b][/quote] Didn't it say in both articles that her father was Clark Kent? :o How can her mother be single? Divorce? Just wondering.... Poor girl, she must be scarred-emotionally-for life. :( I agree with the face that it was NOT the dogs fualt! Her grandmother should have been with her, she should have known not to seperate two fighting dogs, ESPECIALLY since her grandmother is a breeder, and had dogs! :-? Actually, it wasn't the dogs fualt OR the girls fualt...but who got hurt in the end because of one person's iressponsiblity? Both. :( Poor Souls.[/quote] i agree greets Edwin from the Netherlands
  6. [quote name='pwrpufgirlz']"Jynnie Kent was mauled on Sunday by two Dogue de Bordeaux when she tried to separate them from fighting" dog attack? dog ATTACK? the kid intentionally got in the middle of a dog fight and they try to say she was attacked? sounds to me like she put herself in danger through no fault of the dogs. I am pretty d*** sure that any of the kids that I know that are that age would NOT try to seperate fighting dogs, especially dogs of that size. Perhaps I am suffering from the same kind of ignorance the grandmother was. grr. I don't normally respond to stuff like this, but honestly.[/quote] i think this is a great accident and i hope much people will learn from it greets from the Netherlands Edwin
  7. it could happen to every one its true i hope it wasn't true this is another black page for dog's i hope people learn from it kids & dogs could be danger greets Edwin
  8. [color=blue]Hello Everyone, On Sunday there was a terrible tragedy a little girl in Uxbridge was mauled by 2 Dogue de Bordeaux. She was visiting her Grandmother and opened a pen and two males began to fight and she was caught up in the dogfight. The injuries on this 11 year old girl are horrific. She may lose her right leg and pieces of her flesh are missing. She has been on a respirator and has undergone 8 hours of surgery yesterday to remove a vein from her left leg to put in her right leg. They have had to cut open her legs so the muscles can allow blood flow and she is going to be taken into surgery again as I am writing this. They are concerned that her kidneys may fail. This poor child is going to need months of surgeries. I think we need to pray for this little girl and her family. I would like to set up a trust fund to help with this family as the mom is a single mother. Maybe some of the upcoming shows could take a collection to help? I was thinking of organizing a funmatch as a benefit for Jynnie Kent. Anyone who would like to help can contact me at [email][email protected][/email] Further details regarding the trust fund and show will be sent out as soon as they are confirmed. Mary Ann Linda Young Baby Blue Kennels [email][email protected][/email] Mary Ann Nemisz Urban Legends Kennel [email][email protected][/email] i recieve this message on my website community [url]www.thai-ridgeback.tk[/url] greets Edwin Hendriks[/color] :(
  9. thanks i love this breed greets Edwin all collors are nice
  10. [quote name='Angelboddy']:D [size=7][color=red][u][b]Congrats on the second place.[/b][/u][/color][/size] :D[/quote] damm is that you damm thats great mybe i wanna try that if my dog likes the frisbee greets Edwin keep on doing that its cool
  11. [color=blue]last sunday we had a Thai Ridgeback Day in the Netherlands . It was a verry good day to travel to the place was verry bad there was lot of fog on the highway so it was verry dangerus to travel on the other highway there was a terible crash of a Trailer som motors 1 guy get killed by that crash we get lucky to have the other highway. when we arrived we sa that this day would be big there where 21 dogs thats a lot for a rare breed there are onley 80 dogs in the Netherlands. there wher lots of people who i could talk to to exchance some things about this breed there where breedres owners and futere owners my dog dit well on the show i became second place whith Kena. so i was verry pleased look at my site for the 150 pictures i had taken at the show greets from the netherlands Edwin Hendriks [url]www.thai-ridgeback.tk[/url] for more than 500 pictures [url=http://www.phpbb.com/][img]http://groups.msn.com/isapi/fetch.dll?action=MyPhotos_GetPubPhoto&PhotoID=nJgAAAHYKQ6QoDVwdPiYPEgtYLZ4DdjzPrrxOBrGqJBJQBON9jwg6KeYgGM74SXBJDl7w73kGsNA[/img][/url][/color]
  12. thats what happend to me also falling in love whith this breed greets Edwin
  13. Thanks its a greath breed greets from the netherlands
  14. Is the Thai Ridgeback a dog for YOU? I want to start by saying all dogs are individuals, there are no two exactly alike, but I am going to try to point out some general qualities for the breed that I have discovered through my own dogs, and through talking with other owners. When considering a Thai Ridgeback, or any other breed for that matter, it is very important to look into the temperment and personality as well as the physical beauty, grace, and elegance that is so appealing about the Thai Ridgeback. All breeds were bred for an original function, and although today most dogs are mainly pets, they will still maintain many of the same insticts for the purpose in which they were originally bred. When talking about the temperment of the Thai Ridgeback it must be remembered that the TRD has been used for centuries as a hunter, a guard, and a companion. They were often expected to provide for themselves and hunt on their own for food giving them a strong survival instinct and a very high level of intelligence. In general, the TRD is a fun-loving dog with a "get up and go" attitude that seems to have a great joy for life. They are affectionate with their owners and seem to relish in the comforts of their homes. They are not high-strung, but do require their regular periods of exercise, but also seem to cherish the warmest and sunniest spot in the house, especially if it is your sofa or bed. If this is undesirable, it must be strictly enforced at a young age. With their short hair, they do not make good outside or kennel dogs. Their use as a hunting dog seems to have contributed a great amount to their personalities. They are alert and aware of their surroundings, and love the thrill of the chase. They are quick, agile, and possess great jumping abilities. They need a fenced yard to prevent them from wandering in the pursuit of their "prey". If they are to live with small animals, proper introductions should be made, preferably at a young age. They then can live in harmony with their fellow housemates. They were also expected to accompany their masters on hunting trips into the wilderness. In Asia, the wild boar was a predator that was highly feared by man. The TRD would accompany them on their hunting trips in packs of 5 or so dogs. If a wild boar was encountered, the owner would face the boar head on, the natural instinct of the dogs to protect their masters would be set off, and the Thai Ridgeback would move in for the kill. Today they still exhibit a natural instinct to protect their owners and family against harm. The TRD is affectionate and playful with their owners, when they want it, they are often "very busy". Their attitude towards strangers can range from shy to aloof to very sociable. In general, they tend to be aloof with strangers and discriminating with whom they choose to associate. They can love one stranger and with another stranger totally ignore them. With time, they seem to warm up to everyone. It is very important that the young TRD gets a lot of early socialization, early being the key. In the first year, especially in the first four months, for this is the key time for socialization in a puppy, it is very important that the TRD puppy gets to meet many people and is exposed to as many situations as possible. This is key to a happy and well adjusted TRD, as well as consistent and proper training. In training the TRD, the key to success is utilizing the proper methods. Motivation and flexibility are both important. A TRD likes to think about what is being asked and then decide if it is in their best interest to do it. They must be encouraged through positive reinforcement methods and do not do well with heavy handed corrections such as leash jerking. They can easily become stubborn and defiant if improper methods are employed. If done properly though, they show a great eagerness to please, are quick learners, and display a high level of intelligence. When considering a Thai Ridgeback, ask yourself what you expect from your dog. How much time can you dedicate to your dog? To be a well adjusted member of your family and society, they will need socialization and training. Some breeds will fit into a home successfully with the only training ever being housebreaking, a Thai Ridgeback will not. If you dedicate the time for training and learn to communicate with your dog properly, you will be rewarded with a dog that will win your heart over and over again!! It truly is a unique and magnificent breed! greetz from the netherlands Edwin Hendriks [url]www.thai-ridgeback.tk[/url] more than 200 pictures [url=http://www.phpbb.com/][img]http://groups.msn.com/_Secure/0UwDZAucYZBdNxXv8VNJBPi3uk87a!e5u18lsYjf4bqat99xJjZ!uUCvcBidl52!OiXj1WoZj2RkXT8pGwcldJS1RpgAthATcdndKsB*iqmKiKk5caa0K0L1Tsx7nZRLP/SACHS.jpg[/img][/url] [url=http://www.phpbb.com/][img]http://groups.msn.com/_Secure/0cADTAgsiKIbYbFu9rM4a9JRl9vojtaT5WNW4Dog32!nATyLh20tvtZKnxL3rcnFWU6911LGLVYCjecdtTcEO5U6xRSxHwlFr0c0aTbeI!uGgHxGp*9Aq2d2lr9ekDI!UbNq568wmHqdfwjsktIJi5mzdvE9!xGpRKGNvbXBhdGk/Edwin%20en%20Kena%20%20show%20stand.jpg[/img][/url]
  15. [url]www.thai-ridgeback.tk[/url] more than 190 pictures greetz edwin [url=http://www.phpbb.com/][img]http://groups.msn.com/_Secure/0WgDOAj0bit!o*Q5ALVOQJ9*Q7NByfnf*MY6ov66qGwX1w4c1ryKzMTp49s25ro9o6fqEcZzh7Lg4n0NHEWcyuMVvgNIlBzrqo!uCfvTcErERYcg9mET31Eniklw9pxS4DZfiYYSaoZo/Picture%20025.jpg[/img][/url]
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