Fenice was health tested and had one cherry as a pup, I did not do personal protection with her. She is very large (I weigh 115) and frankly just doesn't like people already and tends to bite first (from experience many times now-lol) and ask questions later. Good with Her people, but I stopped trusting her with new people years ago. She does take her role as the "yard dog" very seriously but minds fine over all. I did not get to raise her, so she came with some set in stone feelings about men in general. Doesn't bother me much-lol.
Tonka is out of the above. As a pup I noticed she had a lot of the same personality as her mother, so I shipped her out and she live in three other people houses between 3-6 months, lol...Can't really tell you at the moment if that was such a great idea. Being that the only poeple now she dislikes is the non-neo people who helped rear her...Blahahahaha! But over all with her she is very sweet natured, but has a dark side that I have been trying not to tap into that end until she's just a bit older. I plan to start working her after she is health tested this coming fall. I like her head too, It reminds me of her mother....Only not as ugly.
Britannia is new to my kennel as of December. I brought her up from Florida from a kennel who had issues with her. She is a Wild one, also a fighter. I can NOT have her off leash with the other two females. She was fine with Tonka until Tonka had her first heat, then the brawling began. She is starting her p.p. this week. I am very excited to start working her and will add more as her training progresses.
E-Dog - 2012 WPBTCA National Championships
The time when screech owls and Bandogges howl and spirits walk and ghosts break up their graves.
Act I, Scene IV of William Shakespeare's "King Henry VI"