Mischief Crossbreed DofB ? Nov 2022 RRemedies Centre

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Current Status: Available
Mischief's Story: Mischief was found abandoned and unclaimed within a Northern council pound. Rescue Remedies offered a Rescue place saving his life. Mischief is now neutered, chipped, and fully vaccinated. Mischief came in to our Rescue initially Emergency kennels and then moved into our Centre nr Gatwick whilst awaiting his new family.

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Please note: Dog laws have changed, with zero public tolerance and prejudice against bull breeds and terriers in particular. Our Rescue asks new owners to keep their dog on a lead in public spaces and manage and support its encounters with new dogs and people, so as not to place the dog's life at risk. Destruction and Control Orders are commonplace nowadays.

Mischief's progress through our Rescue is below.
We work with our dogs, who often reveal an evolving picture and positive skills as they build trust.

Original referral information: Urgent appeal as Mischief was booked in with the Vets the next morning. We couldn't take but the next day we sent an urgent message we will take save him....somehow we will find space.

"Approx 12-18 months entire male. Very bouncy energetic lad who needs someone that will put in the time and work with his training. Seems friendly with other dogs but would probably be too over the top for some dogs. Enjoys peoples' company but struggles to keep his attention. Great dog in the making with the right home!"

Mischief came into RescueRemedies on the 19th March 24.
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Mischief is a lovely, friendly youngster, who is keen to learn as it feels like he’s just an inexperienced pup. He is very welcoming in his kennel, if not a little bouncy but is good to harness, lead up and off for adventures. He can be strong on the lead initially but soon settles and walks well. Very affectionate and loves a good chest rub. Takes treats very gently too. He can have the odd excitement episode and jumps up high but believe that could be nervous energy, and soon calms down. Not too sure what he’s like with other dogs as can be vocal on his return to kennels. With some guidance he’s a lovely natured dog. love4.gif
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Mischief is such an amazing little boy! Full of puppy energy but he knows when to calm down which is great!

Excited to get out and have a walk with me! We walked down to the park and back with no problems no grabbing no pulling was excited to be out! We came back and we sat in the paddock for around 40 minutes and he had an amazing time! We found a ball and spent the whole time throwing that backwards and forwards. He would come to you when called and Ward leave the ball when you asked him to leave it and come up to me every so often for a cuddle and a stroke and then back to throwing his ball.

Had no issues with any grabbing of the leads as long as your firm with him, he is a great boy to walk! Look forward to walking him next week.

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Excitable Mr Mischief was a delight yesterday!

Looking forward to getting out of the kennel and have a walks! Had a bit of lead grabbing put I would if you stop say no and slack the leads he stops straight away. It’s all him trying to initiate playtime! Had a nice walk up the road and back due to the rain incoming we went for a longer paddock play time!

Running around like a big puppa! Played fetch for around 30mins!! Comes when you call him which is great! Towards the end he came and sat on my lap for about 10 mins which was lovely to have a cuddle! Also got my ears thoroughly cleaned, thanks to mischief lol


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I had my first walk with Mischief today, an absolutely adorable boy I will be keen to walk again. At first I though he was going to be mischief as his name suggests as he did put the leads in his mouth to see if I was willing to play.
Once we got passed the initial excitement of getting out and he let me have full control of the leads it soon became clear he is a lovely keen and friendly walk who I shall be tempted to just call ‘Chief’ in future (as a fellow walker suggested seems more apt).

Our long walk allowed us to adventure through the woods and countryside, passing all sorts of wild life and fields of sheep and horses too. He was interested in the stimulating smells and movement but happy to continue walking past without and trouble. We also passed a cat near a farm entrance who instantly arched and hissed but Mischief though alert did not bark or lunge and was willing to walk past without any fuss.

The first horse to pass us made Mischief bark so each time we met horses on our route after that I distracted him with a little off path exploration and asking him to sit for treats. Chief did really well and did not bark at another other horses (we must have passed 5).

He’s an eager walker, confident and independent. As our path was crossed in the sunny weather by plenty of other walkers and dogs, I got to see how friendly he is. Chief would pull a little in the direction of other walkers and dog, wanting to great everyone and say hello. He was interested in everything but also easy to distract and move on (as we know not everyone is as enthusiastic as Chief).

He was also eager to please and showed me some beautiful sits. He is attentive during a walk especially when the treats come out to reward his lovely behaviour. He also coped admirably with passing cyclists and runners.

It felt as though Chief would really bond with his people when he finds someone ready to dedicate him their time and attention.
and make a wonderful addition to their family.
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Post by Sabrinamxx »

I got to walk mischief for the first time yesterday and he was a bit cheeky at first putting the leads in his mouth so I took him to the paddock to get some energy out. He loved playing with the ball and getting scratches. I then gave him the ball to carry for the rest of the walk and he walked really nicely! We sat on a bench briefly and he just happily plonked himself on the grass beside me.



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Post by becca_howe »

I had the pleasure of walking the gorgeous Mischief on Saturday (13th July) and he was just a bundle of fun and love. He was very excited to be out so a little bit of pulling on the lead and trying to grab them in his mouth, but I turned my back and said no and he responded well. The rest of the walk was easy and he was up for all the strokes and cuddles at the end! He has lots of energy but lots of love as well and will make an incredible pet for someone! Plus, who couldn’t love those ears!?


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