Trixy's "Riker" Von Capone
# CB3002-2 (F-3) Male
- Conformation: 10
- weight: 130
- Temperament: 10
- Intelligence: 10
- Trainability: 10
- Prey Drive:
- Scores as of: 8-29-18
8-21-18: Blackest pup in the litter. Black collar. Black silver sable. white on chest. Black nose. med/short caot. long dog. silver face, leggins, and neck. Gotr right on teat. Appeared as a black panther.
8-20-18 doesnt like to be turned over
8-29-18: a Stallion of a dog. Dark Black Pigmentation. Dark Silver Sable. Should lighten up with age.
Looks like a black and tan.. If Riker turns out to be a black and tan, i will NOT keep him. I will keep the girls instead.
09-18-18: Riker is my kind of pup. A boss kind of a pup in temperament. At this age he thinks he is going to be a boss puppy and do as he wants. He is pretty solid in his temperament and can almost handle anything and shouldnt. He is just a pup, not a big dog. lol.. Though at times a loud noise sends him in the den (as it should be).. This pup is ok for someone that knows dogs. For Newbies you must put forth an effort to train this guy as he will be too smart for you. I have seen newbies astonish me so i can not rule out the fact that a newbie could work this pup fine. This pup might 'challenge' you in the training arena. Like Helen Keller though, once he get's it, you got one heck of a dog. Keep him on a leash until he is 9 months old then neuter him. Talk to him. Communicate to him and let him know that 'words' mean something. He is very smart and will learn easy as long as you make it worth his while. Read my book! He wants to do as he wants to do at this age.
Like i said, this is my kind of puppy and i could place this dog in any field of expertise. This pup will learn it and then do it consistantly if trained properly. If you do not train him properly you will need an expert to come in and fix it. Reward for good behavior. Reward for down stay. Reward for everything. Make him use that brain he has. Dont let him fool you.
He will accept a family and kids though you may be too stretched out to put all your time into him and he will need it. Crate him if you can not watch him. Give him his own place where he can not make bad habits that become a problem. He is too smart.. once again, he will trick you, that is how smart he is, if you are not paying attention. too smart.
This pup can be a great service dog if trained properly, but......... he must understand that his job = fun. You can not give this pup romps in the park and playing with other dogs and expect him to love a job as a service dog, that will not happen. If he is to be a service dog, that should be his only fun in life. Once he is older then he can have a handful of other things to do. SERVICE comes first if he is to be used for that.
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)||10|
|Pitch of/Vocal sounds||10|
|Whining and talking back||10|
|Dominance/aggression towards humans|
|Dominance/aggression towards other dogs|
|Dominance/aggression towards smaller animals|
|Soft/hard bite (mouth)||10|
|Ease of training for the average person||10|
|Velcro (not wanting to wander)|
|Genetic hyperness or Energy level (pacing the fence line)|
|Investigative or inquisitive (independence)||10
minds his own business
|Stubborness (doing what it wants instead of what you want)||10|
|Eating of feces||10|
|Sanitational pooping in the designated spot|
|Age of life||13+|
|Retrieving or carrying objects|
could be more girthier
|Girth of Skull|
|Length of Tail|
For an more indepth look at the pedigree, see the pedigree database