Adopted.  Bailey (9mths)

Adopted. Bailey (9mths)

Hi, I’m Bailey! I’m not as brown as the brown Dobermanns and I’ve got white bits on me because I’m half Dobermann and half Labrador

Bailey is the most difficult dog we currently have. He is strong on the lead and will use his mouth to get attention. He does this by jumping and grabbing while walking, he also does this off lead. He is reactive to dogs and people. He can be a little stubborn, he will pick up simple concepts like “look at me” type training. We suspect he may be reactive in a range of other situations. Bailey continues to be assessed and trained, look out here for further updates.

Adopted.  Cairo (17mths) – all about me

Adopted. Cairo (17mths) – all about me

  • I’m not very good at settling at home unless I’m around my hoomans;  I’m best left in a crate when I’ve to be left for a period of time (bedtime and when they go out)
  • I travel OK when crated, but have been known to chew things, like my harness if seat belted in.  My foster hoomans have done a great job of training me to jump up into the car crate.
  • I can be boisterous on and off lead, and have to be given clear boundaries because I do have mouthing tendencies and sometimes use my body to try to manipulate things my way
  • I don’t mind children but because of my previous mouthing issues the hoomans think that I’d be better in a home without out any little people
  • I’m good with other dogs, although my play can be a little over the top
  • I’m not very good around livestock, I like to bark at them and would chase them given the opportunity
  • I’m proud of my obedience skills, I have a good recall (except around little furry things and livestock), I have a strong wait and can do all the other basics really well