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Starting to look for male rescue SBT

Discussion in 'SBT Rescue' started by k9cruzer, Oct 17, 2010.

  1. k9cruzer

    k9cruzer Puppy

    I'm opening up the search for the right male SBT for me and Molly, my 8 yr old F staffie bull mix. I'm looking for a bully ambassador, and possible therapy dog. Molly is reactive and a serious resource guarder, so this guy must have a rock steady, solid temperment. I know, I'll probably be looking for a long time, but that's okay with me. I have fostered a pit and owned two pit mixes. I lost my big guy to seizures and a heart arrhythmia awhile ago. Prior to pits, I owned and trained GSDs. I always train my dogs - I think it deepens our bond. I want to be able to take this guy out to events and show people how wonderful the breed is - I want him to be able to be the neutral dog in the CGC tests! Don't get me wrong, I do realize that DA in bull breeds is normal, but having had two "project dogs" I'm looking for an ambassador snugglebug that can put up with a pushy, jealous, reactive female.
    So, that's my pipe dream - maybe it'll come true.
    Lee and Molly
  2. Beth L

    Beth L Little Dog

    sorry if I missed it but are you in the USA????

    You can look at the SBTCA web site they have rescues listed. I have 1 male I am fostering in Ca. He is super sweet and I have seen no signs of DA with him. not even when my DA females wants to kill him threw the kennel. he doesn't even look at her.
  3. k9cruzer

    k9cruzer Puppy

    Hi Beth,
    I see I forgot to list an important detail! Yes, I'm in USA, CA in fact. Thanks for pointing out the SBTCA website - I've been reading through info on that site, and I did take a look at the listed rescues. I think only one of the males could be with other dogs- if I'm remembering right. I'd like to hear some more about the male you're fostering.
    Thanks, Lee
  4. Beth L

    Beth L Little Dog

    The male I have her does say or did say ok with females.

    But he has been here for about 2 almost 3 months now and plays well with 1 of my females. My other female is DA and I will not allow them together.
    When my female is in her outdoor run and Brady is out loose she tries to kill him threw the kennel. He shows no interest in her. even when she goes up to his outdoor kennel run and goes after him he shows no interest. He is really a great boy.

    He however did get in a altercation with his prevous forster homes dog.
    I believe after having Brady here with me it was to protect himself.
    He has shown me no sign of DA at all. I have even taken him to an agility trial with me and he was a perfect angel.

    Just something to think about.
    May be worth meeting him?
  5. k9cruzer

    k9cruzer Puppy

    Yes, it might be worth meeting Brady.
    Lee n Molly
  6. Beth L

    Beth L Little Dog

    contact me and or check your PMs. I may have a great young male for you. Other then Brady.


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