Loving the herd life
- Nov 30, 2020
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Awe, thanks!I love his looks! He's looking for a good home, he found it !! Handling and training, he'll do you proud.
We're so glad to have him! I'm going to run dna on him in hopes of finding his breeder. I posted him in the working Anatolians group and they all think he's purebred AS. A couple of people think Turkish Boz. A local AS breeder was asked if it might be any of hers and she's accounted for all of her recent pups so he may be a farm pup from an oopsie litter. I suppose we'll likely never know for sure, but I do hope to find where he came from and who his parents might be on the off chance they're in the database.
After the first walk past the dogs and into the barn, he found Moose's crate that was still sitting there and ducked into it. I think he must have had crate experience wherever he was before. He wouldn't come out or eat a bite the first full day. I added a beef knuckle and an egg to his bowl and it all vanished. He is quickly relaxing though. If I bring one of the other dogs into the barn, they coax him out and then they go off on an adventure. They're still a little unsure about him when he gets playful, but nothing more than a grumble here and there. When any of them grumbles, we end social time to give them all a break. I don't want to go too fast, but I do want to integrate him while he's got puppy brain.