The Daughter of the Math Teacher at the school has a pittie and asked Kelcie if she thought we could ever have a 'play date' with her dog.
How old is the other dog? Spayed?
Have you given any thought of where/how the two of them will meet?
I think "proper introductions" are HUGELY important in the dog world, and can make or break a potential friendship.
amazincc wrote:I would start by going for a walk together... people "in the middle", thereby keeping the dogs separated, just in case. On-leash, of course.
Once they tire out a bit... see how, or if, they want to interact, and go from there. Bring treats!
ArtGypsy wrote:Nice sniffing..........play bows--good thing.......
first sign of growl, stop.......
walk them around, no sniffing first??????
It really isn't a problem at doggie day care, but she's different, and there's a giant female rottie that keeps an eye on doggie interactions and corrects. Wild.
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