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Taz - His Story

Taz arrived at Beds for Bullies in August 2022 from Swale Borough Council where he had been picked up as a stray. Taz was believed to be two years old at the time and it is unknown what trauma he has been through and he was exhibiting some of the most severe aggression they had ever seen and had been known to have bitten, and if given the opportunity would bite again. Unfortunately Swale Borough Council did not have the resources to rehabilitate him and reached out to find him a suitable place where this could be done. Liz Haslam offered Taz a space for rehabilitation.

Taz has a kennel with his own outside space. He is very complex and it has taken some time for him to start trusting people. He is now noticeably more calmer with people he has regular contact with, however he is still very people aggressive and unpredictable. Taz will come when called and sit for treats fed by hand. His progress is slow and he still has a long road ahead of him, but he is going in the right direction. Liz will continue to work with Taz and keep him moving in the right direction. 

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