Wednesday, 04 June 2014 15:02
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Bear (previously Butch)

Bear came to live with us as a foster puppy when he was 8 months old in December 2013. He has fitted in very well and has become a part of the family. He bonded with our 2 year old GSD girl so well. After few weeks fostering, we knew, that we could not part with him

Bear is attending obedience training classes and passed KC good citizens bronze and silver tests. He also goes to tracking lessons and loves all training exercises he has been introduced to so far.We still have recall issues in open spaces (cause it's so exciting to chase birds), but working on this daily.

Bear loves his long walks and visiting all new places. Heis a very happy dog and we are grateful that GSRS brought us together.

1.From our trip to the Highlands (above)
2.At the local fun dog show. 3rd place at Best rescue dog.
3. With big sister

Bear success 4

Bear success 3

Bear success 2

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