Ace (Ozzy)

Ace was born on November 10, 2014 at 00:00 AM/PM, weighing _lb _oz. He is cream colored and is 1 of 7 males in a litter of 8 puppies. His parents are Pinkerton and Gianni and he is a pup from the American Hero GI Joe Pups Litter.

Ace became Ozzy and lives in Ogden, Utah, with his new family!

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He is such a sweetheart. He literally looks like a tiny golden retriever. It blows my mind. He is the sweetest most loving dog I have ever known.
— Shannah, Utah
 

About the American Hero GI Joe Pups Litter

In honor of my brother who loved GI Joe's as boy, named our childhood dog's pups after GI Joe action figures, and who is now an Army officer serving America in Afghanistan.  These Miniature Golden Retrievers can be ready for pick-up as soon as Dec 22nd or shipped as soon as soon as January 5th. Each puppy is given Early Neurological Stimulation from 3-16 days. We love and socialize puppies IN our home. We aim to produce super puppies that love people and are easy to train. Price includes a limited Health Guarantee to be free of Genetic defects.

Meet Ace's Parents

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Meet Ace's Brothers and Sisters
from the American Hero GI Joe Pups Litter!

Volhard Personality Profile Test

Ace was mostly 0's

Mostly 1's A puppy that consistently scores a 1 in the temperament section of the test is an extremely dominant, aggressive puppy who can easily be provoked to bite. His dominant nature will attempt to resist human leadership, thus requiring only the most experienced of handlers. This puppy is a poor choice for most individuals and will do best in a working situation as a guard or police dog.

Mostly 2's This pup is dominant and self-assured. He can be provoked to bite; however he readily accepts human leadership that is firm, consistent and knowledgeable. This is not a dog for a tentative, indecisive individual. In the right hands, he has the potential to become a fine working or show dog and could fit into an adult household, provided the owners know what they are doing.

Mostly 3's This pup is outgoing and friendly and will adjust well in situations in which he receives regular training and exercise. He has a flexible temperament that adapts well to different types of environment, provided he is handled correctly. May be too much dog for a family with small children or an elderly couple who are sedentary.

Mostly 4's A pup that scores a majority of 4's is an easily controlled, adaptable puppy whose submissive nature will make him continually look to his master for leadership. This pup is easy to train, reliable with kids, and, though he lacks self-confidence, makes a high-quality familly pet. He is usually less outgoing than a pup scoring in the 3's, but his demeanor is gentle and affectionate.

Mostly 5's This is a pup who is extremely submissive and lacking in self-confidence. He bonds very closely with his owner and requires regular companionship and encouragement to bring him out of himself. If handled incorrectly, this pup will grow up very shy and fearful. For this reason, he will do best in a predictable, structured lifestyle with owners who are patient and not overly demanding, such as an elderly couple.

Mostly 6's A puppy that scores 6 consistently is independent and uninterested in people. He will mature into a dog who is not demonstrably affectionate and who has a low need for human companionship. In general, it is rare to see properly socialized pups test this way; however there are several breeds that have been bred for specific tasks (such as basenjis, hounds, and some northern breeds) which can exhibit this level of independence. To perform as intended, these dogs require a singularity of purpose that is not compromised by strong attachments to their owner.This pup is outgoing and friendly and will adjust well in situations in which he receives regular training and exercise. He has a flexible temperament that adapts well to different types of environment, provided he is handled correctly. May be too much dog for a family with small children or an elderly couple who are sedentary.

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Social Attraction

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Following

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Restraint

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Social Dominance

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Elevation Dominance

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Retrieving

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Touch Sensitivity

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Sound Sensitivity

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Sight Sensitivity

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Stability

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Structure

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