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5 year old Agility titled
experienced, approved, single dog home
(see below photos for details)
FANTASTIC TRACKING or NOSE WORK PROSPECT!
Aeryn is looking for an experienced family (pet or competition) to dedicate herself to.
Frontier Life is Good at Nozomi CL-3, CL-4FSH
1 AKC RN leg, 1 AKC NAJ leg, 1 CL-4 Standard leg, several assorted CL-5
OFA cardiac clear by echo, OFA prelim (at 16 months) good hips, clear
scroll below photos for full details
All Dog's Gym Aug 14, 2011
Aeryn is available to THE RIGHT home
within 6 hour drive of our home in NH
MOST important is that it is just the right
home where she can be THE center of attention
$550.00 adoption fee (with a
co-ownership to ensure her future safety)
35lbs of food
6 months of Interceptor heartworm
current 4dx heartworm/tick disease
current CBC/Chem profile bloodwork
AKC registration transfer paid for
Daily wear collar
walking collar and leash.
FREE competition Rally, Obedience, Tracking instruction if can
come here for the instruction.
Aeryn will also come with a
custom made tracking harness and AKC legal line if going to a tracking
Aeryn is From my L
This was a
litter of 7 pups ALL of whom have OFA Good or Excellent hips!
Aeryn's sire Bill, is still alive at the amazing age of 14 1/2 years old!
Aeryn WANTS to be with and bond with HER
very own person and WANTS, wants, wants,
to work. Aeryn is very loving and loyal to HER humans and loves to be
touched, hugged and loved. She is handler sensitive but intense with
VERY HIGH energy. Likes most
people she is introduced to and has been good at
trials around other
dogs; though she CAN be reactive at times (former owners say, this was
been controllable in a show environment).
Aeryn does have an intense
Aeryn No longer lived peacefully
with the several small breed dogs she grew up with so she came back to
Frontier until we can find the perfect home for her.
Although she was normally
good with puppies, she was definately Not good
with cats, livestock, caged pets, or wildlife and is VERY selective about the
adult dogs she will socialize with nicely
Aeryn needs to be a primary dog in
order to fulfill her
needs and enable her to perform to her potential
Needs to be the only dog/only
(Under just the right situation; POSSIBLY
could be with a same sized or larger male, OR a multi dog home with
experienced owner who can provide 100% separation of all dogs)
and MUST go to a Rottweiler
experienced, primarily positive training method person who is active
and wants a working
dog with intensity, energy and athleticism to spare.
live with cats or livestock.
CANNOT roam free or hike off leash at all.
CANNOT "hang out" in an unfenced yard off leash.
Lighter boned and medium sized (around 23 1/2"
although her height cards puts her at less) with CRAZY ears.
(jumps 24" regular/20" Preferred in AKC, 20" in CPE - has her
permanant height cards in both venues)
She is getting some but not enough exercise and training with us as we
have several dogs, so she does need some work and handler/dog
relationship building to get back to her peak.
She does have some
confidence and distraction issues BUT has a good agility foundation (her former
owners put a lot of time and A LOT of $ into her), and has shown
that she can run
advanced level agility courses with speed and accuracy. She needs some
Salo style jump training to be consistent at 24" courses.
Aeryn was trained through Novice Obedience and Rally by her former
owners, although she does need some positive and upbeat precision and
focus work as
well as confidence building in order to earn high scores in those two
sports and to improve her agility performance.
We taught her a little tracking before she left as a small baby and
owners tracked her a couple times as a young puppy, but until 9/16/11
had not tracked at all. On 9/16 we took her out and ran her on a 2
corner, 5 minute old 135 yard mown grass track with a stiff breeze and
a human "prize" at the end (that I the handler did not know where it
went). We have tracked her a couple more times with the same results
since. While Aeryn is not yet perfect or precise, she is dedicated,
works steadily (with a little encouragement) and has found the human at
the end very
handily! This dog is a fantastic tracking prospect with talent and
interest rivaling her dam's.
Aeryn was raw fed since 10 weeks, but
is eating kibble here
No emergency as to placement. She is
now here at Frontier, but she DESERVES a person all her own to be a
team with. Aeryn is a fabulous dog with extreme intelligence who loves to be with her people and being touched by them.
Aeryn certainly could go to a very experienced and very active
companion/pet home as long as the situation and new owner are
Aeryn needs a LOT of exercise and mental stimulation
Aeryn has the potential to be a really great Tracking, Nose Work, Agility,
Obedience, Rally dog in
the RIGHT home, with the RIGHT handler and the RIGHT handling. She has also shown good
interest in blood tracking (Wildlife Recovery) but we are not working
her in that right now so that if she goes to an AKC Tracking home there
will not be a conflict. (BUT if anyone wanted to use her for that we
could EASILY get her started!)
If you ever saw her mother, Bea, at a trial, Aeryn has similar drives
bit more handler sensitivity and a little less confidence.
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