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Ranger lived a life “running on the farm” with little or no exposure to being indoors and enjoying the company of humans. Because of his past, Ranger does not have much self-confidence and is uncomfortable indoors. He now needs to learn how to navigate being in a home, living with people who can spend time with him every day…Quality time that includes exercise, training, affection, praise, treats, and all activities that will help Ranger gain self-confidence and appreciate the good life indoors.
Ranger has the habit of putting his front feet on you- showing his lack of confidence. He can learn to get the attention he craves without jumping up only if someone takes time to teach him. He can learn. Ranger lived with children in his previous home but we do not know how much interaction he had with them since he lived outdoors. Please read more about Ranger in his previous owner’s notes.