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Old June 27th 04, 02:17 PM
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Associated Rottweiler Fanciers of Northern California will be giving a
Temperment Test with a potential for a certificate from the American
Temperament Test Society. The test will be July 31 and August 31 in Dixon
California. For more information see
http://www.associatedrottweilerfanci...x_page0004.htm
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Old June 27th 04, 05:29 PM
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On 27 Jun 2004 13:17:39 GMT, wrote:

Associated Rottweiler Fanciers of Northern California will be giving a
Temperment Test with a potential for a certificate from the American
Temperament Test Society. The test will be July 31 and August 31 in Dixon
California. For more information see
http://www.associatedrottweilerfanci...x_page0004.htm

I took Harlan on a temperment test. It was a very interesting
experience. He passed, too (I guess the test doesn't gauge propensity
for running internet scams).

Anyway, it's an experience I recommend, for what that's worth. I'm
assuming that the test above won't me limited to rotties.
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Old June 28th 04, 12:13 AM
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Theresa Willis said in rec.pets.dogs.activities:

Anyway, it's an experience I recommend, for what that's
worth. I'm assuming that the test above won't me limited to
rotties.


Probably not - Rocky received his TT from a Belgian Sheepdog
group.

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Old June 28th 04, 03:25 PM
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wrote:

Associated Rottweiler Fanciers of Northern California will be giving a
Temperment Test with a potential for a certificate from the American
Temperament Test Society.


I've wanted for AGES to take my dogs to an ATTS test, but there don't ever
seem to be any in MD or even within halfway reasonable driving distance.
The *closest* one currently listed is in Roanoke, VA, and not until
October... five hours drive (although there was one in PA this past weekend
that *wasn't* listed last time I checked the site). OTOH, it's being given
by a club I know somewhat, having been to NADAC trials they've put on.

I have wondered, though, how prepared the testers would be for scoring a
Coonhound/Chow/???? and a BC/Saluki/???. G JRT, I figure they could
handle.



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Old June 29th 04, 06:29 AM
Lynn K.
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Rocky wrote in message ...
Theresa Willis said in rec.pets.dogs.activities:

Anyway, it's an experience I recommend, for what that's
worth. I'm assuming that the test above won't me limited to
rotties.


Probably not - Rocky received his TT from a Belgian Sheepdog
group.


Java's TT was from an test sponsored by this Rottie group. It's
usually done in conjunction with a large show and open to all dogs.

Lynn K.
 




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