The Administrator from the Great White North, eh?
Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: Northern British Columbia
You won't really be able to see defense drive in a stable pup unless your do protection/bite-work. A stable, confident, clear-headed pup of good genetic nerve will not have to tap into their defensive drives unless they feel threatened and under attack. Defense drive is when they are defending themselves from attack - if you are thinking about them defending you when you are under attack, that is protectiveness, and is not the same thing.
Gryffon is a littermate to one of Jane's dogs' and is similar in temperament and working drive levels. He is a DREAM to live with! People friendly, easy-going, excellent "off" switch, good with cats, eager to please, bidable. Does not have that edge of suspicion that Jane's Karlo has, but solide nerve and and strong fight and defense drive, when brought out in training.
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Keeta BH, OB1, TR1, AD
Rottweiler/Hairy Dog mix?? 2004-2015