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03-23-2014 02:09 PM
llombardo Well today it's much better. I decided not to care about the mud and let Batman, Robyn, and Brennan run until they asked to come in. They ran outside and played for about three hours. They came in covered in mud but happy and now they are all passed out. I guess I will just have to clean more until it's not muddy anymore. Once I get the dog door the area will be covered so they can come and go as they please and that is going to be great for them. Brennan starts a class today and I'm talking to the teacher. I can't find a husky group but I'm going to look for maybe a greyhound group. The only command Batman knows is the recall and he does well with it. He is quick to come when his name is called. I worked on that heavily before he went to my dads. He is not interested in kongs or anything in his crate to keep busy. He does have the thunder shirt and a calming collar on.
03-23-2014 11:21 AM
llombardo They know he needed training and it was my dad that adopted him. They also know that I was taking him back if this happened, they were fine with that because they know he is in good hands. They are way overloaded to My dad loves the dog and once he gets some training and calms down some my dad is taking him back. My dad has no patience whatsoever. My dad is paying for his training to. He has shown some signs of improvement once I got him the plastic kennel. He laid down next to me for a bit last night. My worst fear is that Brennan will backslide, but he does his own thing and doesn't follow Batman, a huge plus
03-23-2014 10:45 AM
sit,stay I would like to piggy back on Jean's post and ask what the rescue's policy is on returns. Was there a contract? And if so, did it mention anything about what the adopter needed to do if the match wasn't a good one?

I would hate for you, OP, to get in trouble for doing what you thought was right, only to find out you didn't follow the rescue/shelters procedure for returns.

Since this wasn't a dog you wanted for yourself, but rather a foster dog, will you relist him with the originating rescue? Do they have any training resources you could use to work with him and make him more adoptable while you have him?
Sheilah
03-23-2014 08:23 AM
JeanKBBMMMAAN This was a foster wasn't it? So can you re-list him?
03-22-2014 09:11 PM
llombardo Before I can get him into agility(which I think he will be great in) I have to get him at least some obedience training. The only thing he knows his his name and he comes when called, which is a start. I've contacted an all breed training club to see what their schedule is because I can't fit anything else in at the GSD club. To many dogs and they don't offer enough stuff I thought I had it all figured out...agility on Monday, rally on Wednesday, and two obedience classes on Sunday. Thanks Dad for throwing this one at me
03-22-2014 09:06 PM
llombardo
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Set up a lure course for him.

You said he has grey hound in him right?

Between grey hound and husky I bet he has a good prey drive.

Heres a link to place that makes them. Haven't bought their equipment, no affiliation, yadda. Looks like other vendors out there, just need a little room to run.

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This looks fun. I have a half acre so I have probably enough room to run it in a straight shot.
03-22-2014 07:48 PM
Shade How was your dad running him on the treadmill? I know for Delgado if he's going at a moderate pace he could run for hours and it wouldn't even wind him, I warm him up and then run him at a good pace until he starts to droop a bit and then run him even harder for another few minutes before giving him a good cool down. The treadmill is the only thing I've seen come close to getting his energy out, he's got a great off switch but he rarely gets actually tired from exercise both mental and physical.

Fetch, flirt pole, obedience walks - when I'm watching TV Delgado will bring me a toy and we'll play catch while I'm sitting, it works his mind and keeps him happy and requires very little effort from me when I need a break.

The other thing to remember if he probably has energy stored up, once you consistently start draining it each day you should hopefully see a good improvement.
03-22-2014 06:15 PM
Mister C Set up a lure course for him.

You said he has grey hound in him right?

Between grey hound and husky I bet he has a good prey drive.

Heres a link to place that makes them. Haven't bought their equipment, no affiliation, yadda. Looks like other vendors out there, just need a little room to run.

Our Products
03-22-2014 06:05 PM
glowingtoadfly Having another dog to play with will make things easier, that was what helped our high energy dog turn the corner. I'm in WI so I can commiserate about the weather. It seems to be turning into Spring a little.
03-22-2014 05:56 PM
llombardo
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Is there another high energy dog he can play with?
The golden puppy. Once it gets nicer they can spend tons if time outside playing
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