Neil, what a coincidence! We had a German Shepherd growing up too that was named Bullet. The people that donated him to the police dept. for training had already named him that not knowing he was going to be a police dog. My dad was a city police officer and he was the first officer to get a K-9 dog ("police dog" they called them back then in the 60's.) He was very protective of us kids. Whenever someone would knock at our door, we had to lock him in the basement and bring him out slowly to smell/meet them, and you couldn't put your hands in your pocket or behind your back or he would/could bite you. All in the training.....ichibanbullitt said:What's really ironic is that back in the 60's, when I was groing up, we apparently had a German Shepard named Bullet....spelled differently, still kinda spooky.
All I remember is I tried to sit on him and ride like the wind!!
All is good.