Rescueboy Copper, an Airedale who spent much of his early life outdoors by himself, passed the CKC Canine Good Neighbour test recently. His current owner is very happy with his results.
In the test, he had to accept a friendly stranger, politely accept petting, walk politely, walking through a crowd, sit/down on command and stay in place, come when called (long line), accept a strange dog, accept a strange object (trolly) being pushed around and passed him, supervised isolation for 3 min., and politely walk through a door. Copper had to pass all these activities to earn the CGN certificate
AirCanada would like to congratulate both Copper and his owner, Teri, for a terrific achievement. This shows what good care and excellent training can accomplish. Our thanks to Copper’s present owner not only for rescuing and choosing to provide a home for Copper but also for her ability to see the intelligence and potential in this Airedale. We salute you both!
4 thoughts on “Rescue Copper Wins CGN Certificate!”
What a great achievement…congratulations Copper! And thank you Teri.
I can’t believe someone can keep them outdoors. They don’t shed or smell; I crate trained my two for six weeks and they had the run of the house, not one problem. Good for Cooper!
Congratulations Copper and Teri!! This is a proud achievement for a rescue Airedale. You’ve done us all proud!
AireSalutes to Copper!