Thanks for the comments everyone! He has settled in nicely and has learned that the kitties have claws, the chickens are not toys, and do not cut in front of the horses or you will be stepped on. LOL.
Saddlebag:Thanks for the warning, I was curious about how the cross of breeds worked out for others. I am very familiar with both breeds. I've had GSD's and I worked as kennel manager at a vet clinic for five years and gotten a lot of one on one time with Huskies and the like. They are sneeky!!
So far, Bazq seems to lean a lot more toward GSD in his temperment, but I can tell that training is going to be harder due to the SH. I am actually quite impressed with him, he has no inclination to wander off of the property without me. He is often off leash while I work outside, and while he does go off and explore, he comes back every few minutes to make sure that I am right where he left me. lol.
He also comes back when called, so, luckily, he seems to have taken the better half of shepherd, rather than Husky.
I am very pleased with him. :)
He has come on short rides on the back of the property with the horses and stays a few yards in front of them, or behind them.
He and I go on long walks in the woods, him off leash, and he is content at the heel position.
Pics from our first walk in the woods:
Proud owner of ~Mana: 6yo Arabian gelding~Pearl 13yo Arabian~Danzer 14yo Arabian mare~ Tiny mini filly
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