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Bria

Bria is a beautiful young girl who was put up for adoption at eight months of age. She was being re-homed because of her family’s circumstances. She was shy, but inquisitive; nervous with strangers and other dogs, but not aggressive; lacking formal training and suffering from separation anxiety

All she really needed was routine, boundaries, exercise and stimulation – which has turned her into a lovely, well-behaved, loyal, affectionate and funny girl.

She passed a Pre-beginners’ Training Course with flying colours and is shortly to start the Beginners’ Course proper. She has the potential to go further and we hope that she will be able to progress to the Novice and Advanced Courses in due course.

She is still a little wary of strangers and other dogs, but confidence-building and socialisation is continuing, both at home and out-and-about. In particular, she has built a really good relationship with PawPals she met through the a DogBlog – a young GSD bitch and an old boy GSDX, which bodes well.

She wasn’t great travelling when we first got her, but now she loves to go out in the Landy . . . and has added caravanning hols to her growing list of accomplishments.

She is sixteen months old now and turning into a stunning young lady, but still a puppy at heart. She is adorable and we love her to bits

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