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Fennario's  Workingman's

New Speedway Boogie - Purple

Whelped: 6/17/21

Male   

Registration #FEN200-WM-4

DECEASED - bloat 7/15/21

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Birth Notes

Birth order: 4th born, sac on, head first

Birth weight: 18 oz

wolf sable white toes all four feet

  

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 A  Photo Journal

August West x Stella Blue

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 Dogs of Fennario 5 weeks report -

Eating, pooping and sleeping - 

Body and Bone -

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

3 Day notes
 He's the smallest of the big ones, and he may burn more calories than the others too. He's a mover and a shaker. His sleep is very twitchy, meaning there's a lot of neural activity hooking up.  He has a longer body and face than the other big ones, longer legs and slower weight gain. He eats too fast it seems, unlocking himself and moving far away from mom. He doesn't seek the other's company and is more than likely to find him at the edge of the pile, if there is one. He has Auggie's color pattern, but his toes are remaining white longer than the others, who have almost lost their white toes as they grow.  The white patch on his chest has also remained proportionate to the rest of his growth.   He kicked and flailed, attempting to right himself when turned over. Quiet about it though, grunting softly to a stand still.  He shoots his feet way out when lowered to return to the box, and hts the ground running back to mom.  Once nuzzled into her, sleeps it off with electric dreams.
3 day score:  6-7
3 week notes
Speedway sprung into action as soon as he hit the test area, carefully smelling everything. And when I say everything I mean everything. His little nose was just a working away. Social attraction was interactive, but I wasn't a necessary part of his day.  He struck out to investigate the smells and become quite focused on that. Sight sensitivity was high. He spotted the paper and sound sensitive was almost nil as he was too busy smelling to flinch at things. Wagged his little tail when petted, turned into me and smelled me all over.
Seeing him move around I said to myself "Well ...look at that little Irish Wolfhound."
This guy will make a great trail dog, will LOVE adventures and may be higher energy than the rest. We will watch him closely for prey drive and energy levels.
Weight: 61.5 oz.

3 week score : 5-6

6 week temperament test notes