Tamaskan Male - Atlantic Canada

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Tamaskan Male - Atlantic Canada

Post by amittammu » Sat Sep 13, 2014 7:14 pm

Registered Name: Tamrakar Harry
Call Name: Knox
Sex: Male - Neutered
Date of Birth: 14 May, 2013
Sire: Sugalba Pigs Might Fly (Dylan)
Dam: Blustag Bermuda Buttercup (Leia)
Pedigree: http://www.tamaskan-database.com/databa ... 3#pedigree
Location: Saint John, NB Canada

Due to his over excitement towards kids, Knox is in need of a new home. Knox has good temperament and very well trained, is a very loving dog always wanting attention. He grew up with a young couple with no kids and so would prefer to have a home with either older kids or no kids. He does well off lead with good recall as long as treats are involved. Knox is also very food motivated and will eat anything.

Anyone interested, please send me an application from http://tamrakar.ca/application.html.
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Post by Booma » Sun Sep 14, 2014 12:06 am

"very well trained" and "over excitement" / "always wanting attention" are bit if a contradiction. A shame they are giving him up when some training would fix this problem.
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Re: Tamaskan Male - Atlantic Canada

Post by Miran » Mon Sep 15, 2014 6:15 pm

Booma wrote:"very well trained" and "over excitement" / "always wanting attention" are bit if a contradiction. A shame they are giving him up when some training would fix this problem.
I see your point but also kinda get what they mean I think. I also have one that is very over excited But agree that you can train and always be alert with children because it is not always the dogs fault.........

Also you must learn young children how to behave with especially young dogs. Hope this boy gets or a loving home OR that his family is willing to learn both ways.....

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Re: Tamaskan Male - Atlantic Canada

Post by Hawthorne » Mon Sep 15, 2014 6:43 pm

Good luck Knox. Hope you find a great home. Our male is also pushy with attention. Sometimes this goes away once they are done with adolescence but sometimes it doesn't.
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