Prager University: Raymond Ibrahim Discusses the World’s ‘Most Dangerous Ideology’ | Frontpage Mag

Raymond Ibrahim, a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center, is featured in the latest Prager University course: “Radical Islam: The Most Dangerous Ideology.”  Ibrahim breaks it down in just under 5-minutes. via Pocket
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Shawlein Fine Art & Purebred German Shepherd Dogs

This remarkable breed has evolved into many bloodlines and types in several countries, including several offshoot breeds claiming to be improvements on their progenitor. For someone wanting to buy a German Shepherd Dog, the variety of similar dogs must be mind boggling. via Pocket
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Article by Leonhard Schweikert – translated – The German Shepherd Dog

Reforms with a Good Eye, Part 2 Leonhard Schweikert The author of this contribution is: Member of the SV for 50 years Breed Judge since 1982 Breed Surveyor since 1985 Breed Commissioner of the State Baden, member of the B.A. via Pocket
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The standard illustration of the German Shepherd Dog

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(Types of German Shepherds, by Wildhaus Kennels )

There are essentially 3 different general “types” of German Shepherds than can be found in North America. The American show lines, the German show lines, and the European working lines. Each type has its own unique look and personality. via Pocket
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Work Vs Show Lines

Below is “Justice”. Almost perfect proportions. I have posed him with both hind feet back to show you the most dramatic back angle. Still well within the correct parameters. “Diesel” Not the best picture and on un-even ground but you get the general idea. This summer I will take a better one! via Pocket
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Vintage Dog Postcards and Ephemera

Kewl footage from 1957 Moscow dog show, lots of working breeds. Where I am it is custom to breed most German shepherds with this. However this is does make the dog more prone to hip displysia. My father use to breed them and he always sought out his dogs to have a normal back. via Pocket
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