# AA#####-# (F-?) Female
- Conformation: 10
- Intelligence: 10
- Trainability: 10
- Prey Drive:
- Scores as of: 10-9-17
- SIBLINGS: maud; clarice; maise; boston; sherlock; velma
Oct 10-2017: A quiet pup. Sleeps a lot. Likes her food. Doesnt fuss at all.
Watches and thinks as does this whole litter. Putting together life as it comes to her.
Great face, girth in head skull. Girth in muzzle. Breeder Quality so far. Is not dominate nor submissive at this time nor do i think she will ever be.
You could train/mold her into a dominate pup if you allow her to become independent as with any dog. Train early as a mind is a terrible thing to waste.
She will love to figure things out in life. She could manipulate you if you allow it. She is happiest knowing the rules and having a routine.
She will bond with her family yet will like to see the world. She will not be ovely excited to fetch or play ball nor tug of war. She is not that kind of a dog. She is a personable dog and doesnt concider herself a dog. She is smarter than most dogs of the world and communicates with humans. Other animals are ok and fun to watch, but she lives for her human. You could screw this up though, if you allow her to be attached to another animal and not her human, though as she gets older she will appriciate humans more because it is in her genes.
She could make a great assistant dog. She would love to visit hospitals or lay in a library and listen to children read her stories.
She could tell you when your blood sugar level is high or low or love and comfort you when you are sick.
She will not work all day like a working dog. She will not herd other animals. She will not aggressivly bite the sleeve. She is only a companion dog wanting to be with you, though she is curious about things and may wander a tad before she decides to look back to see if you are in her sights. If you are not there she will come find you.
I am still thinking about keeping her or not, at this time.
light tan/silver leggings.
Test Scores: 1 (low Bad) - 10 (high Good)
our tests are rated 1-10 on our AA standards for companion dog excellent in temperament.
|Intelligence (process of thought)|
|Pitch of/Vocal sounds|
|Whining and talking back|
|Dominance/aggression towards humans|
|Dominance/aggression towards other dogs|
|Dominance/aggression towards smaller animals|
|Soft/hard bite (mouth)|
|Ease of training for the average person|
|Velcro (not wanting to wander)|
|Genetic hyperness or Energy level (pacing the fence line)|
|Investigative or inquisitive (independence)|
|Stubborness (doing what it wants instead of what you want)|
|Eating of feces|
|Sanitational pooping in the designated spot|
|Age of life|
|Retrieving or carrying objects|
|Girth of Skull|
|Length of Tail|
For an more indepth look at the pedigree, see the pedigree database