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Fennario's  Europe '72

Truckin off to Buffalo - Braid
Available $1,500 - G4 Colorado Mountain Dog
Birth Notes
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CNK Oberyn x Bonnie Lee

Whelped: 9/28/21

Male   

Registration #FEN300-E72-3

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"Trucker"
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Birth order: 3rd

Birth weight: 21 oz

White, grey ears

  

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 A Trucker Photo Journal

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Dogs of Fennario 5 month report

Body and bone - solid and square, proportioned wonderfully with a big chunky head. Coat is dense with a harsh top coat that throws off dirt, , feathering will be moderate and easy to manage on maturity.  Not a drooler, but the flu is deep, giving him a messy mouth occsionally. His tail is glorious. The shepherds crook forms a concentric circle at the end, which he carries high and proud. Reminds me of a cartoon character.

Eating pooping sleeping.-  Good appetite with usually normal stools. Can get loose if treated too much. No allergies or intolerances noted.  Sleeps through the night no issues in a kennel. Trucker is a mellow guy  that prefers his limits be cut-n-dry and easy to understand.  Prone to using his LGD independent thinker when clear boundaries are not in place, but he prefers to not have to.  Meal times, potty habits and bedtime calm depend on this consistency to let him remain mellow.  He copes well with a shakeup in routine, but needs to direction to understand his role. "EAT HERE, NOW. POOP HERE, NOW, SLEEP HERE, NOW." 

Dogs of Fennario 5 weeks report -

Body and bone - Big and hefty. broad skull, NICE angulation in the rear, he's a tad front heavy. Loose skinned , lots of dew lap he may be a slopy drinker at maturity.

Eating pooping sleeping -  Good appetite. Stands over his food, gets snappy if too many move in too quick. Does fine with only one or two siblings sharing his dish but gets snappy if too many move in too quickly.  supervision around his feeding dish and other dogs.  One of the first ones to sleep at night and one of the last ones up. All these pups are well scheduled and stay down most of the night.  He poops like an adult dog already.  

TEMPERAMENT TEST SCORES - 3 days, 3 weeks, 6 weeks

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3 Day notes
 Trucker was amused and entertained by most of his ENS exercises.  Especially the Q-tip in the toes. You could just about hear him giggle.  He grunted and mewed a bit, but kept his thoughts to himself for the most part.
Not fond of being turned upside down, he wiggled  to see if that would help the situation.  When placed on the towel he turned clockwise perhaps too much. Couldn't the hang of moving in a straight line enough to get off the towel. I ended up taking him off.  His instincts told him this was not a good place to be? But took a bit to kick in what to do about it.  Mellow is as Mellow does.
Physically he's rounding off nicely, weighing in at 24.5 oz.'s. a close 2nd to the largest (Rose! - 29 oz.)
I like his little face alot. Well proportioned and nice symmetry.   Pigment is dark, ears are black rimmed.


3 day score:  7
3 week notes
Trucker has a nice easy nature with a dash of suspicion that will be useful to him if fostered correctly.  He is bold pup, going head first into situations with no thought on X-large dog what may lay ahead.  He stayed close during the temperament tests, preferring anything that had to do with being touched. For the dangle he slowed his breathing and I could feel his heart calm slightly.  He established eye contact during the roll over, seeming to be curious as to why I'd do this rather than disliking it. He never did try to right himself; instead rolling his head back and sniffing the air to either side of him.  He will be an X-large dog, bordering giant.  Perhaps the heaviest pup at this time, a full coat and proud carriage seen in his great great grand dad Caspian.  Look for great things to come from this one
3 week score : 6

6 week temperament test notes: He's a fun loving guy that doesn't push his luck in most situations. A keen observer, a bit of a clown, respectful and polite.   Heft y boy, he seems aware of his weight without throwing it around. Has done well with food as a motivator for baby training excercises.  Follows, but I can't tell if he's imitating his siblings or doing it of his own accord. He's a monkey-see monkey do kind of personality.

Weight   17 lbs.