BP3001-5 (F-3) Female
- Prey Drive:8
- Scores as of: 10-2-17
- SIBLINGS: Boston; sherlock; maud; clarice; marple; maisie
14 days old 10-2-17: Large pup with four white socks and white tip of tail. seems to be the largest female in the litter. very pretty pup. appears to be the most lovingest. Friendliest?
OCT 10: Velma is the most loving pup in the litter and last to come out of the den. At this time she is insecure and needs lap therapy. We need to expose her to all things. Socialize her. How she does best is to watch, not interact. Watch and learn.
She is the last to grow up'. She is a baby. She will ventur out on her on when she thinks it is time. Sometimes we shall need to tell her when it is time and put her in situations that will NOT harm her feelings but will strengthen her independance. At this time we must be her saftey. She must feel safe with us or else she will not trust us. We shall gain her confidence by keeping her safe in our arms.
She would prefer to live her life with her mom and her siblings at this time, as she is not an outgoing personality (at this time). We can mold her as she grows as we can all dogs.
Large dogs take a longer time to mature.
Dark silver sable with black mask and black points.
white stockings and white chest
White tip of tail.
Oct 19th 2017: White collar pup Velma out of Pearl x Boss is the most standoffish pup in the litter. Last out of the den she prefers her solitude. She will not care to mingle with others nor does she believe she is a dog. In her opinion she is the best pup in this litter and she doesn't care what anyone else thinks. She is all about herself and her comfort. She would rather sit and watch from a distance than to play ball. She is quiet and easy to be with. A very mellow pup. Do not rush this gal. She doesnt mind being the baby.
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|
|Whining and talking back|
|Dominance/aggression towards humans||10|
|Dominance/aggression towards other dogs||10|
|Dominance/aggression towards smaller animals||10|
|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||10|
|Girth of Skull|
|Length of Tail|
For an more indepth look at the pedigree, see the pedigree database