Baby Bear

Hi! My Name Is Baby Bear

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**UPDATE** I spoke to Baby Bear’s trainer and he is doing amazing! He is responding to all the techniques and is ready to be placed with a family. He has not shown any aggression or any concerning behaviors. Who is ready to spring this very good boy from the training facility??

Baby Bear entered the rescue as an owner surrender February 2022. His previous owners stated he had food aggression when his food was taken away from him and he would get into the trash. 
Baby Bear stayed with his first foster family about a month and a half. During that time he did not show any food aggression. He was unsure what a dog bowl or dog treats were, which made it obvious he was not being treated as a family companion at his previous home. He started to show some territorial aggression, with toys and the space he was in if there is a human present.
On March 29th, Baby Bear entered a board and train program. After speaking to the lead trainer, he said that Baby Bear did definitely show behavior that he was human guarding. This means he will need continued correction to prevent him from trying to "own" his human and not allow any interaction with that human.
Baby Bear is set to be released late April from his board and train program. He will need a home that will continue his training that will be given at the time of pickup at the training facility. The trainer will give you all the tools to continue to make Baby Bear's transition to a loving home a smooth one.
  • Labradoodle
  • Male
  • Youth (2-5 Years) (02/14/2020) - Estimated
  • 71 - 80 Pounds
  • Missouri
  • Cream
  • High Energy
  • I Like Kids Over 10
  • I Like All Dogs
  • Not Tested With Cats
  • I'm Currently In Training
Special Needs (Emotional)
Cautious but Willing
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