She may be able to foster, assess and assist in placing him. Labs have great potential as companions. She is involved in several organizations that use Labs, service dogs, search and rescue, etc. She lives on 5 acres.
Julie Gibson 530-401-3555
"Don't spend time beating on a wall hoping to transform it into a door" Dr. Laura Scheslinger
thanks, I will pass that on....K
Posted by Angelina on 3/16/2011, 2:09 pm, in reply to "Call my trainer." 188.8.131.52
Very handsome but some pretty big issues to
Posted by FriesianMom on 3/17/2011, 7:05 am, in reply to "Ollie needs a home" 184.108.40.206
overcome. Hope he finds a perfect home.
Friesian Breeder and Haflinger Rider Back Creek Farm (Specializing in Retirement and Mares & Foals) Sebastopol, CA
I think someone who knows dogs can deal with them...
You know, they are not if you know dogs but this dog was left with the parents and they obviously do not know much about training. Of course, he is a big guy too so that makes it harder but I could see him becoming a really nice dog for someone.
I also told them about golden gate lab rescue but they want to try and rehome him privately first.
Re: I think someone who knows dogs can deal with them...
LOL- his issues sound similar to some of the issues I have had with Luke. Some Labs can be tough nuts- very sensitive to boot. Luke hates toddlers and I just put him in his room. He can be aggressive if he feels RooBee is threatened. He is a super guard dog. He defended my friend from some leering guys in a truck. They were very surprised since he is a Lab. I love him with all his faults. I wouldn't hesitate taking him if I had room. In the right home, he would shine!!!!!