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Tyler (now Keats)

 

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March 24, 2013 - Update

 

 

Our newly reformed wild child is off to his new home in Avery. The poor boy will have 750 acres to run and play on and a loving mom & dad to care for him.

They have named him Keats and have promised to bring him by for a visit when they are in this neck of the woods.

Good luck Keats and promise to be a good boy and practice your obedience every day!

 


March 13, 2013

Tyler Arrives at Twin Cedar

 

Tyler came to us from the kind folks at the Calaveras Humane Society. He is approximately 18 months old and looks like he is a cross between an American Bulldog and Pointer.

Tyler came to us because of his over the top wild and obnoxious behavior. He is a big boy and incredibly strong to boot! He also is a very affectionate and willing dog that just loves everyone that he meets.

Tyler had probably lived on a chain in his previous life and he is really enjoying his new found freedom at the ranch! He is kenneled with one of our other Second Chance dogs named Nikki and they are very cute together.

 

 

 

 

They play and play and play and then just crash and take a nice long nap side by side. In just a few short lessons Tyler has learned how to do a perfect heel with very nice focus on his trainer, auto sit, down from the side and front and how to stay in a sit or down.

 

The stays are a little difficult for Tyler because he just really wants to be close to his trainer. Tyler gets along very well with all of the other dogs at the ranch, playing nicely in his huge yard.

 

When Tyler first arrived he was a horrible barker and he has very loud bark! It only took us a few days to modify the barking problem and now he doesn't even need to wear a bark collar.

Tyler could fit into just about lifestyle but he would really love a home with room for him to run and have fun in life and a family to give him the love and care that he deserves.