Yukon's "Kwanlin" Dun von Anna
Dun von Anna
YA2002-# (F-2) Female
- Conformation: 10
- weight: 110
- Temperament: 10
- Intelligence: 9
- Trainability: 9
- Prey Drive: 8?
- Scores as of: 11-17-19
- SIBLINGS:Denali, Tagish, Watson, tutchone, Juneau 'sport', LaBerge, Kwanlin Dun, Kluane Kip, Kasie,
11-17-19: An F-2 off the sires side (Yukon). Large Dark Chocolate Female with a dot of a white spot on the back of the neck. White stripe up nose/forhead. Dark brown nose means she is a liver.
This is a no nonsence female as she gets down to business, eats, fills up and sleeps. She doesnt venture off into the unknown nor does she get lost trying to get back. She stays with the pile and her mom. See her scores
Second largest pup in the litter.
11-22-19: Still a very large pup. Second largest in the litter to her choc brother Tag. Still eating and sleeping. She is a very pretty pup. Quiet and bold as she knows her size by this age. Doesnt care much for anyone but herself which is normal for a puppy so young, as it should be. Canines are survivors and she has no reason to think she is not. She knows she is the best and is. I do see the Malamute coming out in her which is a love of a dog. Fun loving and happy with family and kids. Introduce her young to smaller animals and she will be fine in accepting them as her pack. She is not an aggressive dog.
She will be fun loving as a young pup liking strangers and will not know an enemy. As she matures you could mold her into being more cautious it would not hurt as i see her liking all people. She will love her toys and if you name them for her she will learn the names of all her toys. She will like cold weather and the outdoors.
12-15-19: Friendly enough, standoffish. doesnt care much for strangers. A thinker. Train young. Velcro. Learns by watching. Doesnt care for dog parks. Wont chase animals. No prey drive. Great with Cats. Dont throw this gal to the lions. She WANTS to be protected and in your lap. Dont over do it. Keep her as a puppy. You can train her and still carry her around. Hand feed her for patience and learning. Sit, stay, down, come. SHE DOESNT WANT TO BE ALONE. Keep her beside your bed or in bed with you. Learns easy, doesnt need to be punished. She doesnt want to make you made, she only wants to do good.
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||10|
|Dominance/aggression towards other dogs||10|
|Dominance/aggression towards smaller animals||10|
|Soft/hard bite (mouth)||10|
|Ease of training for the average person||8|
|Velcro (not wanting to wander)||8|
|Genetic hyperness or Energy level (pacing the fence line)||8|
|Investigative or inquisitive (independence)||10|
|Stubborness (doing what it wants instead of what you want)||8|
|Eating of feces||10|
|Sanitational pooping in the designated spot||8|
|Age of life||10|
|Retrieving or carrying objects||8
|Girth of Skull||10|
|Length of Tail||10|
For an more indepth look at the pedigree, see the pedigree database