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Please Note:

Although Gino is not a Rockforce dog, he is the litter brother to Bandit, who is our latest stud dog, bred by Strettonhill GSD.

Even though he is searching for a new forever home, he is not free and is for sale.

Gino is an entire male however he cannot be used for breeding as there are restrictions on him, which his breeder will not lift.

The below description is written by his loving owner:









Gino is a bold, confident, friendly natured, intelligent 21 month old boy black and tan long coat who has great character, very handsome and is still entire.

He’s a big lad but still has some filling out to do.

He is a fast learner, always keen to work for you, very food-orientated so is easy to train/reward.  

He would do cartwheels for food.  

He likes to be engaged in play with us and we only allow toys at those times to reinforce it is more fun to be around us than anyone else (or any other dog).

He loves training where he has to ‘think’ and work things out for himself, e.g. boundary training where he’s to work out he needs to be on his mat/bed before he gets a reward.  He is very clever and picks this type of thing up quickly.

Only being 21 months he is still very playful and has a remarkable bond with our 4 year old dog who he has great respect for and never pushes boundaries with him.

He has attended basic obedience classes where he did very well and was pretty much the star of the class, but I have mostly trained him myself out-with the classes.

 He is well-behaved in the house, fully house-trained, not destructive, crate-trained, no separation anxiety but he has the company of other dogs although in separate crates so don’t know what he’d be like as a lone dog.

He walks to heel well but early in the walk he is a bit eager/excited and will initially forge ahead but once he reaches the end of the lead he yields to lead pressure and returns to heel position.  This can go on for a few minutes but he knows what’s expected of him and he eventually settles down.  

He is not one to pull you off your feet however unless you’re a confident handler and understand the technique there’s always the possibility he may pull if not told otherwise.  With consistency in the training he will improve as he matures and settles down.

He has good recall but training is still on-going with this around distractions, depends how close the distraction is!

He is well-behaved and friendly when we meet other people on our walks and will sit patiently waiting if I’m having a conversation with them.

He can be excitable if we meet/pass other dogs but we use distraction techniques to keep his focus on us and this works well.  He is always on-lead when other dogs are around as the ones we meet are usually much smaller than him and we don’t take risks where he might engage in rough play and unintentionally cause injuries.

He has no issues going to the vets.  His inoculations are up to date and he has no underlying health issues.  He is used to being handled to get his nails trimmed and behaves well, although he rarely needs anything other than his dew claws trimmed due to wearing the others down naturally during play in our garden.

He loves mealtimes, he is currently on dry food (mostly Eden holistic Country Cuisine but currently trying him on Ci, the Tickety Boo grain free range which he is doing well on).  He will wait to be told he can have his food once the bowl is placed down, I’d like to say he waits patiently but there’s a lot of drooling and anticipation!   

At the weekend he gets a couple of raw duck necks at lunchtime (not with his kibble) and also gets a raw marrowbone through the week from the butchers which helps keep his teeth clean, he has beautiful clean white teeth.

I have no concerns at all about his temperament with people. I am careful when our grandchildren are around as he can still get quite boisterous if the kids are running about, the kids are still quite small so we limit his time around them before it reaches that position.

Although he gets on well with our older dog he does not with our 2 year old dog hence the reason we are looking to re-home this wonderful dog for the safety and happiness of both dogs.  For that reason I would prefer him to go to a home where he’d be the only dog to avoid any future issues.  

He would also do well for someone who is interested in doing some agility, tracking etc. but he’d be equally happy just being someone’s pet as long as he gets some work to do, e.g. brain games, enrichment activities etc.

Gino lives at Dunfermline, Fife. Scotland and to learn more about, please contact his owner:

Iris Davidson

Tel No:  07929 828 008

Email: iris.bob@btinternet.com