Bei dem einjährigen Mischlingsrüden Cooper handelt es sich vermutlich um einen Malinoismischling.
Der junge Rüde war Mitte Januar in der Nähe des Tierheims ausgesetzt worden.
Cooper, wie wir den Findling nannten, ist ein sehr menschenbezogener Vierbeiner, der nach anfänglichen Unsicherheiten nun langsam auftaut.
Der temperamentvolle Rüde ist nur für sportliche Interessenten geeignet, die Spaß daran haben, mit einem Hund zu arbeiten und dabei auch seinen klugen Kopf herauszufordern.
Cooper ist gut leinenführig, sehr aufmerksam und voller Tatendrang.
An das alleine bleiben in der Wohnung muss er ganz sicher noch schrittweise gewöhnt werden.
Hierzu sollte ausreichend Zeit eingeplant werden.
Da wir nicht wissen, wie Cooper zuvor gelebt hat, sollten vorhandene Kinder mindestens 10 Jahre alt sein.
Wenn ihr weitere Fragen zu Jack habt wendet euch bitte an das Tierheim Bielefeld direkt.
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Now that Max has come on leaps and bounds with other dogs in a set up scenario, we’re now taking him out and about into the real world at a level and pace he can cope with, and we are seeing some major signs of progress. Here is Max practicing paws up to help with confidence. 🐾
Note: If you see someone working with their dog, trying to distract their dog or trying to add distance from you, please call your dog back and put them on a lead until they pass. Your dog may be friendly but others are struggling and/or have rescues that have previously been attacked by other dogs and each time your dog runs over, it sets them back. Recall is your friend! 👍🏻
Here is the truth rehabbing your own aggressive dog at home... Jack on his first day and the work we’ve been doing since. The reason I’m posting this video is truly as an a update and general message to anyone out there who is new to working with aggressive dogs or has their own dog that is aggressive towards them or family members and potentially other people in public. It’s not easy.
With the training information and how-to videos we put out there, the before and after videos, and other trainers pages that also work with aggressive dogs, sometimes it seems like if you just follow these rules then you can Rehab your dog. The truth is you can make incredible progress if you’ve got good animal instincts, are patient and not emotional￼, and take in a ton of content from different places. BUT...I don’t want anyone to ever think that if they just follow this recipe, they can do it. If they are dedicated enough, they can do it. The truth is, even top world trainers will really struggle rehabbing their own aggressive dog.
All the protocols you see in this video, I’m actually skipping several steps of precaution that we had to have in place for the first few days. This is not a how to video, this is just a video to show an aggressive dog that’s aggressive towards us and what we have set up for him in the first few days to be able to work him. I am sometimes heartbroken at the amount of messages I received from people who have dogs that are aggressive towards them, family members or towards other people. It is very difficult and it completely consumes your life. Doing training can help you regain some of the control, but it is still not easy. There’s lots of messiness, mistakes, and there’s never perfection along the way. So please, if you’re working really hard with your dog at home because you haven’t been able to find someone to be able to truly help you or you can’t afford help, don’t be so hard on yourself. Always go slow, take your time, and ingest lots of content and focus on your relationship with your dog, not just the actual training.￼￼￼￼
We made sure he enjoyed having his harness put on, we let him go at his own pace keeping the lead slack. He was allowed to move away from anything he was nervous about, and we rewarded him for checking back in with us, heeling and following us. 😍😍😋☺️☺️