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ANOTHER TAMASKAN IN THE NEWSPAPER

Posted: Wed Jul 27, 2011 4:23 pm
by Blustag
Just got this in today. Tamaskan female (Heidi/Jackal) with the kids at school :D Germany.

Re: ANOTHER TAMASKAN IN THE NEWSPAPER

Posted: Wed Jul 27, 2011 4:27 pm
by WhiteElkStag
Now THAT is a dog! Could I ask any of our resident German-speakers to give a brief translation...?

Re: ANOTHER TAMASKAN IN THE NEWSPAPER

Posted: Wed Jul 27, 2011 4:34 pm
by Nino
I actually was in the paper at an opening with Sølve (smaal picture) - but the paper has dissapered :(

This is cool though :D

Re: ANOTHER TAMASKAN IN THE NEWSPAPER

Posted: Wed Jul 27, 2011 4:40 pm
by Sylvaen
that's great!! :D
awesome publicity for the breed!

Re: ANOTHER TAMASKAN IN THE NEWSPAPER

Posted: Wed Jul 27, 2011 5:56 pm
by Blustag
Nino wrote:I actually was in the paper at an opening with Sølve (smaal picture) - but the paper has dissapered :(

This is cool though :D
IF anyone gets into the newspaper then we would love to hear about it.

Nino... could you check out that newspaper's archives then?

Re: ANOTHER TAMASKAN IN THE NEWSPAPER

Posted: Wed Jul 27, 2011 6:21 pm
by TerriHolt
this is so cool :P ... and the photographers great, really got her ;) wolfy side

Re: ANOTHER TAMASKAN IN THE NEWSPAPER

Posted: Wed Jul 27, 2011 6:31 pm
by Nino
Blustag wrote:
Nino wrote:I actually was in the paper at an opening with Sølve (smaal picture) - but the paper has dissapered :(

This is cool though :D
IF anyone gets into the newspaper then we would love to hear about it.

Nino... could you check out that newspaper's archives then?
I'll try, but not sure if I can find it.. :?

Re: ANOTHER TAMASKAN IN THE NEWSPAPER

Posted: Wed Jul 27, 2011 7:23 pm
by MIKA
Here at first the translation:

"For us it's to give the children a sensible use of the dogs," explains Martina Mika, manager of the St. Stephen's Protestant children setting the project "dog license." This includes of course, lose the fear of dogs. The focus of the project, which began in the summer of 2010, was the clumsy puppy "Balou" (center), the children had quickly closed the heart. "To develop the small learned respect, but also to take responsibility. Balou because, of course, also needs," says Martina Mika. To learn that the animal needed fresh water and every now and then some rest. "Initial shyness was received and filed quickly reinforced self-consciousness, if they smell Balou proudly on a leash through the gardens. At the conclusion of the project, all children have a dog license, which entitles it to call" friend to dogs. "

Unfortunately, only the small dog is mentioned in the middle.

But I found it very interesting to me that the manager is called Martina Mika.
My name is Martina and my future Tumanra-Skye Puppy called Mika :D

Re: ANOTHER TAMASKAN IN THE NEWSPAPER

Posted: Wed Jul 27, 2011 8:32 pm
by WhiteElkStag
Neat, thank you for the translation.

Re: ANOTHER TAMASKAN IN THE NEWSPAPER

Posted: Wed Jul 27, 2011 9:10 pm
by HiTenshi16
Thank you for the translation :)

Re: ANOTHER TAMASKAN IN THE NEWSPAPER

Posted: Wed Jul 27, 2011 9:59 pm
by TerriHolt
thanks for translating... the name thingy is neat too

Re: ANOTHER TAMASKAN IN THE NEWSPAPER

Posted: Thu Jul 28, 2011 6:25 am
by MIKA
Thanks :) . Please, have a little patience. I'll try to find out further details.

Re: ANOTHER TAMASKAN IN THE NEWSPAPER

Posted: Thu Jul 28, 2011 8:41 am
by Misaya
Thanks for the translation. The Tamaskan is very good looking, and great publicity :)

Re: ANOTHER TAMASKAN IN THE NEWSPAPER

Posted: Thu Jul 28, 2011 12:18 pm
by TheNorth
Thanks for post the picture Lynn :) and thanks for the translation mika ;) its kira (blustag sunflare) we had a long project in our kindergarten(which i and one other colleauge started) and kira was and is many times with me at work.i told the reporter,about the tamaskan,i think He will make a own article about the tamaskan because He did many pics from kira alone and together with the kidz.i will check it every week and will post it here then ;)

Re: ANOTHER TAMASKAN IN THE NEWSPAPER

Posted: Thu Jul 28, 2011 4:13 pm
by MIKA
TheNorth wrote:Thanks for post the picture Lynn :) and thanks for the translation mika ;) its kira (blustag sunflare) we had a long project in our kindergarten(which i and one other colleauge started) and kira was and is many times with me at work.i told the reporter,about the tamaskan,i think He will make a own article about the tamaskan because He did many pics from kira alone and together with the kidz.i will check it every week and will post it here then ;)
Hi Chrissi,
nice that I've come to know you by mail. I hope next year I'll meet you in person at the meeting ;).
Greetings Martina

Re: ANOTHER TAMASKAN IN THE NEWSPAPER

Posted: Thu Jul 28, 2011 9:15 pm
by Gaby
Neat story! I hope that there will be another one about the Tamaskan and Kira off course!
@ Mika, thanks for translating and funny about the names. :) I like Mika for a Tam, looks a lot like Mila! :D

Re: ANOTHER TAMASKAN IN THE NEWSPAPER

Posted: Fri Jul 29, 2011 9:54 am
by JulieSmith
Great photo. Thanks for the translation, sounds a great idea to get kids to respect dogs at a young age, more schools should do that. Thinking about it all schools should teach respect of all animals as not all children are lucky enough to have their own pet at home.

Re: ANOTHER TAMASKAN IN THE NEWSPAPER

Posted: Fri Jul 29, 2011 6:10 pm
by MIKA
Gaby wrote:Neat story! I hope that there will be another one about the Tamaskan and Kira off course!
@ Mika, thanks for translating and funny about the names. :) I like Mika for a Tam, looks a lot like Mila! :D
With pleasure happen. Yes, Mila and Mika are similar. I think that a Finnish name fits very well, moreover, I was always a fan of Mika Häkkinen. However, I still had another idea if I must call later both dogs. "Minnie and Mika here" or easier "Miiiii's here" :lol: