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Shake it Sugaree
From "Sugaree"

Colorado Mountain Dog G4

Reg # FEN011-DST-1     Female

CMDR Registration # - TOF

D.O.B -  5/17/24

Birth Notes: 1st born, sac off, the only breech

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Sire: PAWD Stagger Lee         Dam: TOF "Baloo" 

Temperament tests and notes

3 day notes

3 week plus ENS notes

Robust and balanced. Those are the two words that come to mind.  When placed on the scale she bobbed her head but didn't move her body for quite sometime. No sounds. When turned over she was observant, even curious why she ended upside down all of a sudden. Fell asleep after a few sniffs and head bobs when put back in the nest. score   7-8               Collar color -    red       weight  26 oz.

Sugar took to ENS exercises like a pro. On the third day she seemed to even anticipate the next part by making herself available for me to manipulate her. At 13 days all pups had a small illness (See litter notes) Sugar being the first to show symptoms. There was never any fever or diarrhea and she acted normal throughout the course of symptoms.  By the time the three week temp tests came along she was mostly fully recovered.   During the tests she was not upset by the sudden change of environment.  Still and loose for both the turn over and the dangle. Didn't offer to follow me but stayed put and watched intently.   Curious but not willing to investigate. Flinched slightly for dropped object, looked in that direction and seemed to lose interest quickly.  Wandered around the nest on return, found a spot and fell asleep

Score 7-8                                          Double dew claws both rear feet          weight 5.1 lbs

6 week notes plus Score card

By six weeks old our puppies have moved to an indoor/outdoor enclosure and have had introductions to the big wide world. The notes we give here will include the baseline temperament scores we  use to match this pup with it's furever home.

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