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Old August 9th, 2008, 08:50 PM
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Help I.D.

Let me try this again.

I found this guy around midnight a few days befoer xmas in 2007 after another tech didnt respond and i was called. After getting lost i went up another street to turn around and saw some glowing eyes so felt compelled to check it out. As i got out of my van and walked toward the back it ran toward me and as i bent over to see he jumped in my arms , love at first site and or a gift from god. Oh and this was on the side of the freeway off the army base Ft Bliss.

Well as he grew so did my curiosity as he acted and looked differant then any other dog i ever owned. He has perfect white teeth with the front teeth serrated and a long muzzle , small eyes , large bones , thick skin , thick short skin and he is very smart with lots of personality. Whene walking he gets scared by trash in the road but other animals and humans put him on full alert.

Anybody that comes in my house will make him nervous and he will not let them out of his site and even has nipped at my parants whene they come over. He isnt even 1 yr but doenst stop growing. Even my vet leaves me to hold him as he is impossible to controll unless im there.

Also whene he plays with my 4 yr old 80 lb boxer he always grabs her by the back of the neck. all these things make me think theres something unique about him. Can any one help thanks. First pic was the first night and then on.


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Old August 9th, 2008, 09:17 PM
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I see some GSD in him , maybe with some husky too ?

You may want to work on his behavior before he hurts someone have you consulted a behavior specialist ?
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Old August 9th, 2008, 09:33 PM
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You can always get some info concerning dna tests here: http://www.metamorphixinc.com/ and here: http://www.whatsmydog.com/

I too would seek some advice from a qualified behaviorist concerning your pup's behavior. You can start here for some general info on choosing a trainer/behaviorist http://www.apdt.com/default.aspx . It's something I'd recommend looking into seeing your dog is still quite young and can be worked with.

By the way, he's absolutely gorgeous . And thank you for rescuing him .
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Old August 9th, 2008, 10:18 PM
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Im good with dogs and he is well behaved in my company its whene im not around i worry as my ol lady babys him way to much.
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