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I am the recent owner of a Borador...

I purchased her through a breeder. The first night I had her... she was very stressed and anxious. She had a lot of diarrhea and vomitting. All she wanted to do was lie down and sleep, looking sad and forlorn. The second day, she began to eat better, and by the time night came around... she wanted to play and bounce around.

Since she has become more sociable, I am noticing the following traits while attempting to train her. She tends to resist going outdoors to "do her business". She regularly pees in out kitchen! Sometimes, she will pee when we place her outside, but mostly, she will pee once we've brought her back in after thinking she wouldn't go!! This is a little frustraing, but hopefully with time, she'll learn. I have been trying my best to leash train her... this is going wery well. She walks alongside me, but is TERRIFIED of cars and the noises they make. Walking along busy streets is impossible - I have to carry her, but side streets are fine and I expect she'll get used to it! I am able to let her off leash in large grassy areas, and she will come to me when I call to her and tap my thighs. I am unsure if she is adept in the "come" command, or just wants to be near me because she is becoming attached. Sit, stay, and the rest are works in progress.

As a puppy, my borador is very at ease. She prefers to spend her time indoors lying on her bed, quietly chewing her toys, or following me around. She is sometimes very excited to play, and will nip and bite playfully... I am working on this, and have not yet made any progress.

In conclusion, I am so far, happy with the dog. She seems very intelligent, and is definately loving. She appears to seek my approval... just a feeling I get from her. Hopefully she continues to grow to become as lovely as she is now, minus of course, the peeing in my kitchen!
Posted: 4/16/2009 6:50:34 AM by Anonymous

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My Borador

I rescured my borador from the SPCA in Saskatoon Canada. She had been through the system twice when we found her. All the qualities you spoke of describes my dog. In fact, she was so sweet that we named her Hunny. I couldn't be more pleased with her. She is extremely loyal and non aggressive, except when encountering other aggressive dogs, or small white dogs. We camped in the mountains of British Columbia for an entire summer and she took to being a protective dog very quickly. Coyotes, bears, skunks ect. proved to be no match for her. Her keen nose found many partridge nests. Deer are her favourite things to chase. THe adaptation to city life when we returned was as equally easy for her. Many of my friends say they would love to get a dog just like her.

Thanks for the information, it's been fun to share our story of Hunny the "mountain" Borador.
Posted: 12/28/2008 7:23:12 AM by Anonymous

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