World-class professional boxer Andre Berto appears with his loyal guard dog, Nino, in the new Netflix reality documentary series Canine Intervention.
Andre Berto and his protective dog, Nino, appear in episode 3 of Canine intervention. The show, starring famous dog trainer Jas Leverette, features six dogs and their owners as they work with Jas on a variety of training regimens. Berto and Nino appear in the third episode of the series.
Canine intervention is the latest production of the Netflix reality documentary series. The cases Jas deals with throughout the show vary widely, from a dog that bites strangers to one that simply doesn’t listen. The common thread? Believe that there are no bad dogs. However, when it comes to Nino, the work Jas did was a little different. In addition to retraining dogs that fight a particular way of behavior, Jas also teaches a select group of dogs the skills they need to be protection or security dogs. He even has a small breeding program, and Nino, a 3-year-old Dutch Shepherd, was one of his best students.
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When Andre Berto, a world-class professional boxer, came to Jas looking to adopt a protection dog for his own home, Jas knew he had the right dog for the role. He paired Nino and Berto, and the rest is history. The two have formed a close bond and, with Jas’s help, Berto has learned to be an effective handler for the precisely trained dog.
Berto’s desire to find a protection dog originated when he learned that there had been several raids in his neighborhood. He lives with his wife, Porsha Fluker, and their two young children, Legaci and Levi. Berto wanted to be sure that when he left home his family would be safe and sound. Thanks to Jas’s expert training, Nino is more than qualified to provide that security. Although he initially adopted Nino for safety reasons, the adorable dog has now become a member of his family. Berto even refers to him as his “baby.”
Berto is a successful boxer who has dual American and Haitian citizenship. He enters the welterweight category and is a two-time world champion who held the WBC and IBF titles between 2008 and 2011. In addition to his work as an athlete, Berto has recently launched a new weekly YouTube series, called Square Up, where talks about everything related to boxing.
On Instagram, Berto posts a mix of family and boxing content. He clearly has a lot of love for his wife and their two children, Legaci and Levi. Levi is still a newborn and Legaci has just turned one year old. He celebrated Legaci’s first birthday with a heartfelt post:
Although there is not much content from Nino on his social networks, it is clear in Canine intervention that the two have a close bond. Nino’s job is to protect Berto’s family, and he’s definitely doing well so far.
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