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PostSubject: Lottsie St Bernard X DDB -HOMED   Sun Jul 15, 2012 8:35 am











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PostSubject: Re: Lottsie St Bernard X DDB -HOMED   Sun Jul 15, 2012 12:36 pm

Oh what a gawgus looking girl hug
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PostSubject: Re: Lottsie St Bernard X DDB -HOMED   Fri Jul 20, 2012 10:30 am

Dogs Name: Lottsie Breed: St Bernard X DDB Sex: F Age: 2yrs Date: 20/07/2012
SITUATION Dogs reactions
Person casually walks past dog while dog is eating (meal or special food) Lottsie isn’t bother about food and doesn’t mind people around it
Person tries to pick up bowl while dog is eating (meal or special food) Lottsie shows no unwanted behaviours around food
Person tries to pick up food that has fallen to floor while dog is trying to reach it Same as above
Person tries to touch or take away high value food that dog is eating or holding Lottsie walks towards the food but once it is covered she moves away from it
Person tries to touch or take away a toy that dog is playing with Lottsie doesn’t appear to be bothered about toys
Person reaches hand towards dog Lottsie shows no unwanted behaviours and actively looks for affection
Person reaches over dog’s head Same as above
Person tries to put on leash and/or collar Lottsie is very calm and easily allows these to be put on
Person grabs at dog’s collar or neck Lottsie has no issues with this
Person pulls on dog’s collar or neck Same as above
Person hugs dog around neck Lottsie is very good and doesn’t mind this at all
Person pushes down on dog’s back Lottsie refuses to go into the down but doesn’t show any appeasing or aggressive behaviours
Person pushes down on dog’s rump Lottsie goes straight into the sit, without showing any unwanted behaviours
Person tries to get dog to lie down by voice command Lottsie dosnt appear to know this command
Person tries to get dog to lie down by physical pushing Lottsie refuses to go into down but doesn’t show any aggression of appeasing behaviours
Person tries to get dog to roll over on its back by physical manipulation Once Lottsie went into a down on her own she easily allowed me to roll her onto her back without showing any unwanted
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Person tries to groom dog’s head , torso, or legs (ie other than feet) Lottsie is very accepting of the brush and enjoys grooming
Person touches dog’s feet Lottsie doesn’t mind her feet being touch and will actively give you her paw
Person clips or tries to clip dog’s toenails Not tested
Person tries to bathe dog, including towelling off after bath Not tested
Person tries to open dog’s mouth Lottsie easily allows you to open her mouth and shows no unwanted behaviours
Person stares into dog’s eyes Lottsie has no problem with holding eye contact
Person shouts loudly near dog Lottsie showed no reaction at all
Person threatens dog with object such as newspaper or with hand Lottsie has no idea what this means
Person drops an object near dog Lottsie showed no reaction this
Stranger knocks on door or rings bell at dog's home Lottsie showed no problems
Stranger enters house Same as above
Stranger in house tries to pet dog Lottsie is very accepting of any affection
Stranger approaches dog in car Lottsie showed no unwanted behaviours
Stranger approaches dog on street
No reported issues
Another person touches or hugs person with dog No reported issues
Stranger shouts loudly in dog’s presence Lottsie shows no reaction
Dog walks past familiar non reactive dog Lottsie appears fine and will try to initiate play behaviours
Dog walks past unfamiliar non reactive dog Lottsie showed no aggression and tried to elicit play
Dog walks past familiar reactive dog Lottsie will try to avoid the dogs when they bark at her
Dog walks past unfamiliar reactive dog Lottsie can sometimes bark back and lunge, but stopped once she was corrected
Lottsie appears to be very stable and it appears that nothing that we have done fazes her. Lottsie can sometimes show fearful behaviour around unknown reactive dogs but will stop when her behaviour is corrected. It has been reported that Lottsie is a real fuss eater. All these behaviours were shown at the time of this assessment conducted by Shaun Aldridge (Ruff Diamond Dog Training); however these behaviours may change in different circumstances.
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PostSubject: Foster   Fri Jul 20, 2012 2:06 pm

Or this girl, she seems like she needs a bit of loving x
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PostSubject: Re: Lottsie St Bernard X DDB -HOMED   Mon Jul 30, 2012 2:34 pm

Walked the lovely Lottsie yesterday, she is so puppy like and desperate to play!
She really took to Orin and was nudging him for attention.
She really does seem much younger than 2, and will be such a pleasure to feed up and cuddle!!
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PostSubject: Re: Lottsie St Bernard X DDB -HOMED   Sun Aug 12, 2012 6:34 am

Lottsie is now reserved and should start her new life very soon big smile
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PostSubject: Re: Lottsie St Bernard X DDB -HOMED   Mon Aug 13, 2012 5:00 am

FANTASTIC!! Enjoy you new life
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