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Our canine friend Casey, a delightful 8 month old German Shepherd / Rottweiler mix.

 German Shepherd / Rottweiler mix canine friend Casey


Today I started training with Casey – an 8 month old German Shepherd / Rottweiler mix. She was adopted about 2 month ago by a very nice family who are real animals lovers They also have a few cats and small animals that they have rescued.Casey had been at a *shelter since she was a little puppy. She never had a chance to play with other dogs during her stay at the shelter – when all she could do was look at the other dogs through the fences of her kennel.Today when Casey’s new Mom brought her to us she wasn’t sure if Casey would be good with anther dogs. She wasn’t sure about her ability to learn.It was a long day for Casey with a lot of new experiences. She played with other dogs, met new people, and started to learn the basics of dog training.
When Casey’s Mom arrived I had good news for her – Casey had been doing GREAT!

 German Shepherd / Rottweiler mix canine friend Casey

Casey playing

Casey was good with all the other dogs and very good at training.
It was very pleasant & easy to work with her!
It would be so good if all dog owners were as responsible & loving as Casey’s parents!
I wish to say “Guys, thank you very much for saving another life!”
 German Shepherd / Rottweiler mix canine friend Casey

Casey with Mom

 *A shelter dog can be a delight or a disaster. Which it is depends largely on choosing the right dog to suit your own personality and that of your family. Fortunately, shelter dogs come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes and temperaments. All you have to do is put some time and thought into finding one that will be exactly right for you.
Check list:
  • Size
  • Type of coat
  • Male /Female
  • Age
  • Which breed?
  • Energy levels
  • How trainable
  • How cuddly
  • Good with children
  • Good with other dogs
  • Good with people
A dog’s temperament is more important than how it looks!
If you have your heart set on a purebred dog, read about its temperament traits in one or more of the various breed books available. Or go on the internet where you can find a lot of information about different breeds. Try www. AKC.org/
If you do not feel the temperament of one purebred is suited to your lifestyle then those dogs are not for you!
Crossbreeds and mongrels will have inherited a combination of genes – so you need to take extra care that the temperament from all breeds in mix will suit you!
Don’t forget cause to avoid dog behavior problems you need to learn how to train your canine friend.

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