To quote Janis Bradley ..." presuming that a particular dog is more likely to behave in a certain way ,because of real or presumed breed identification , does harm in at least two ways." (cont'd on page 50)
When choosing a new dog whether mixed or purebred, we can't assume anything, especially when it comes to that dog's future behavior. Here is a good but lengthy article on this. http://nationalcanineresearchcouncil...nion%20Dog.pdf
Dave and Molly
Ian Dunbar was awarded the Outstanding Achievement Award from I.P.D.T.A. Here's a picture of me accepting the award on his behalf.
Member of IAABC ,International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants , Member of Pet Professional Guild