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|Rescue Me ID: 13-05-25-00104Kailo the Bear (male)|
My Anatolian, Kailo the Bear, is 1 and a half years old. His parents were both working dogs on a farm I interned on, and I was there when he was born, and have raised him from puppy-hood. He was neutered at 8 months. and has all his shots and vet appointments up-to-date. He has experience around livestock, especially sheep, cows, chickens, goats, and donkeys, is extremely well socialized with other dogs (he is a regular dog-park visitor, and currently shares a large fenced paddock with his best friend, a German Shepherd.) He is good with commands, a total lover -- especially loves other animals and kids. He's an amazing dog. While he has experience with livestock, he is not a fully trained livestock guardian -- he's sort of half-pet, half-working dog. When I got Kailo, I expected that I would be moving towards having my own farm. But, it just hasn't happened as quickly as I hoped. Currently, I am currently leasing land with friends, but am uncertain about the next year or two, when I'll likely be moving around regularly, seeking work in cities. That lack of routine and lack of certainty doesn't seem fair to the dog that he is. I want what's in his best interest, and am thus considering all my options. I ideally dream of finding someone with a farm who wants a livestock guardian for a year or two. I know this probably isn't going to happen. But, nonetheless, that's really what I'd love to find. If not, finding an amazing farm where he'll really thrive should be my next exploration. The right place for Kailo will have: -large fenced paddock(s) for him to roam, and something to guard -another dog for him to play with, or commitment to take him out into the world, and to dog parks, to continue his socialization -time to give him love, attention, and continue his training -a commitment to feed him high-quality food (currently, he eats a raw diet) If this is you, and you really love Anatolian Shepherds and know what it takes to care for one, please contact me. I would be happy to compensate you and explore arrangements if you would consider being Kailo's guardian for a year or so. If you are only interested in full adoption, I am open to discussing that, too. Thank you and have a beautiful day! (Less)
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|PIease Read Before Adopting an Anatolian Shepherd in Washington|
Anatolian Shepherd Dogs can make good pets in Washington if they match your IifestyIe. The Anatolian Shepherd is a large breed with strong herding instincts. Anatolian Shepherds need strong leadership from their masters and are matched best with owners who have experience training dogs. An Anatolian Shepherd is a very loyal dog with strong protective instincts towards its loved ones. Anatolian Shepherds are wary of strangers and need to be introduced to new people. An Anatolian Shepherd is very friendly towards people he knows well. Anatolian Shepherds are caring towards children, but may not know their own strength and therefore need to be supervised around younger kids. A large fenced yard or farm environment is best for Anatolian Shepherds. Its ability to herd animals and protect the perimeter of a property makes the Anatolian Shepherd an excellent working dog.
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