Brian, il cane ritrova fiducia grazie ad un cucciolo ed un cavallo (VIDEO)

Il cane Brian ritrova la fiducia in se stesso grazie a due figure speciali: un cavallo ed un cagnolino

brian cane ritrova fiducia grazie cane cavallo

Emma venne a scoprire della storia del cane Brian attraverso alcuni annunci sui social e anche grazie ad una manifestazione locale organizzata dal rifugio. La ragazza non perse tempo e andò immediatamente a conoscere il cucciolo.

Rimase colpita, a prima vista, da così tanta timidezza, o meglio, totale mancanza di fiducia in se stesso. Durante il primo incontro Emma cercò in qualsiasi modo di strappare un sorriso, o comunque un cenno di felicità, al cane, ma non vi fu nulla da fare.

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Nonostante il difficile approccio, la ragazza accolse la vicenda come se fosse una sfida, nella quale alla fine l’avrebbe spuntata. Nella nuova casa, Emma avrebbe fatto conoscere a Brian due creature molto speciali, due elementi che saranno essenziali.

Il cavallo Mikko e l’altro cucciolo di nome Stringer; il primo con il quale Brian legò fu proprio Stringer. Quest’ultimo permise una maggiore apertura del nuovo arrivato, fu come una figura con la quale potersi aprire, con la quale poter passare del tempo assieme.

Grazie a Stringer Brian imparò a divertirsi giocando, le paure di una volta cominciarono a svanire col tempo. Poi fu la volta di Mikko, “il grande fratellone” per entrambi i cani; il cavallo svolge un po’ la funzione di protettore.

Al suo fianco, i due amici canini si sentono al sicuro; lo si nota soprattutto nelle uscite all’aria aperta. Brian e Stringer non vanno troppo lontano se insieme a loro non c’è Mikko, la guida, il maestro.

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Welcome to all our new followers! Just want to answer some questions that have come up quite a bit. Brian is a Kangal, not an Anatolian—the breeds are very similar, but slightly different. He came from a livestock auction in the United States. These auctions happen all over the country, some are more “humane” than others. It is common to find working dogs along side the farm animals as well. All the animals end up there for various reasons—maybe the farm was sold, maybe the farmer is getting out of the business, maybe the farmer has too many animals etc. the possibilities are endless. Here is what we do know: Brian is very sweet and so wonderful with my horse Mikko and all other farm animals. He was very shy and shut down when we got him, but over the last few months he has blossomed into a goofy and happy guy. Thank you for following along ❤️ 📸: @hollycasner ✨🐕🐴✨ . . . . #Rarebreeddog#dogrescue#giantbreeddog#giantdog#horsesanddogs#barndog#truckdog#ranchdog#rescuedog#adoptionstories#adoptdontshop#livestockguardiandog#ranchlife#blmmustang#rescuehorse#wildhorse#adventurebuddies#animallovers#animaladventures#dogcuddles#hikingwithdogs#interspeciesfriendship#cattledogmix#cattledog#workingdog#anatolianshepherd#countryliving#farmily#dogtraining#horsetraining

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Quella figura timida, riservata, chiusa, appartiene al passato, Brian è completamente rinato nella nuova casa e con i nuovi amici, anzi, fratelli.

Non avrebbe potuto immaginare una svolta migliore Emma, incredula difronte alla forza dell’amicizia.

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The internet is doing this thing "10 Facts About Me." Figured I'd play along, you're welcome to in the comments as well! 1. Mikko is my first horse. Growing up I leased horses and was paid to ride and care for them as a groom under an Olympic hopeful Dressage trainer. 2. Max and I met working on a ranch in Northern CA 7 years ago and have been together ever since. 3. In 2013 I was thrown and trampled by a horse–I suffered a spinal burst fracture. I was flown out and rushed into surgery. I woke up with 5 fused vertebrae. I should have been paralyzed and spent a year building strength and cordination. 4. Before Stringer and Brian, I had a Wolf Hybrid named Mo. He was giant, gentle and loyal but thought any other animal was prey. He was feral in the mountains before I got him. He turned into the dog of my lifetime, but I do not recommend wolf hybrids to others. 5. I have an older brother. 6. I have my own business @mikkoschoice and help my brother run his @flowermarket.delivery 7. I coached CrossFit and helped manage a gym for a few years (Mo coached classes with me) and hold a L2 trainer certification as well as a USAW Weightlifting certification and nutrition certs. 8. I have never dyed my hair. 9. I traveled the state playing Softball from elementary school through high school. 10. I hate cilantro and love avocados. ✨🐕🐴✨ . . . .📸: @hollycasner #Rarebreeddog#dogrescue#giantbreeddog#giantdog#horsesanddogs#barndog#truckdog#ranchdog#rescuedog#adoptionstories#adoptdontshop#livestockguardiandog#ranchlife#blmmustang#rescuehorse#wildhorse#adventurebuddies#animallovers#animaladventures#dogcuddles#hikingwithdogs#interspeciesfriendship#cattledogmix#cattledog#workingdog#anatolianshepherd#countryliving#farmily#dogtraining#horsetraining

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Siamo certi che il trio tornerà a battere colpo, sicuramente faranno parlare di loro. Il web nel frattempo li acclama e noi non facciamo affatto fatica a capire il perché.