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Saturday, September 26, 2015

Training Delta, Our German Shepherd Pup in Cuenca Ecuador

Delta our German Shepherd puppy is getting big; she is amazing at how fast she learns. This video starts out when she is 3 months old and progresses to 4 months of age. She is a fun, affectionate and intelligent puppy! We're really enjoying her.
                                    
We're an Expat Family of Five, Living Frugal, Healthy and Happy Abroad. We live in Cuenca, Ecuador and travel the Ecuador coast whenever we get a chance. We just adventured throughout the country of Panama for five weeks! Come along and enjoy some of our experiences with us!

6 comments:

  1. I like the name! How did find such an unusual and pretty name for her? And what do you feed her. I am thinking about me having dog here, what do I feed her so it is good food but not too expensive. I think you choose great breed, very smart, they can be trained and be very loyal and very protective. I used to have a chow and she was stubburn, hard to train, but still good and pretty dog. She died at 15.

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    1. We made a list of about 20 dog names and Delta was the only one we could all agree on. Everything she eats is homemade and made from whole foods; nothing is canned, nothing boxed; she eats a totally vegetarian based whole foods diet. We did a lot of research on meatless diets for dogs and she is doing well on a balanced vegetarian diet just like humans do. She is thriving, happy and very energetic.

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  2. Hello, do you just train or do you find homes for the pups?

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    1. We're not professional dog trainers, just teaching our own dog some tricks.

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  3. Thank you for getting back to me....Your video did give me another positive way to train... thank you. Maybe you should thing of the things you have and are doing to train on a weekly or monthly blog. I have trained my dogs for service... to pick things up and HAND them to me in my hand rather than drop on the floor for me to pick up since I am disabled in a wheel chair. The point and go get training I needed.

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