It took some time but she came good & I was able to rehome her to a great family.
K9: Ok for this one she is a different case as she is not going to run by the normal calendar. The problem is seeing exactly what she has learned & what she has missed & filling in the blanks.Eventually this "man" surrendered her to the rescuer as he could no longer "be bothered" with her barking...
She's a lovely girl who craves attention, is good inside but freaks out and cowers when you raise your voice
Obviously she's not a newborn pup as such and she's a bit nervous/clingy (we've been told by the career) as I guess some newborns are...
My question is, due to the lack of interaction she has had where exactly should I be looking at her development wise?? In terms of improvement
As my reply has been slow, (sorry about that) you may have had her for some time now, perhaps tell me where she still needs help & I will see what I can suggest, but the TOT will really help.
K9: I would guess she would be largely unsocialised which will be a big challenge because the windows of opportunity t teach in the right development period have closed by 12 months, so it may be a slower road than one would like.We are planning on taking her to dog training where they will assess her for the most part on where she should begin her training (from the start im going to guess), but Im wondering in terms of this outline where you think a dog of this age / background would be at..
K9: No thats fine shoot me an email if you dont get a response in a couple of days to any post here.Completely understand if this is way to hard to answer!! Im a bit lost myself!