Maximus wrote:I'm still here. But Michelle agreed with me, so how exciting can this get?
a-bull wrote:I actually was going to agree with you, too, and I'm a real bleeding heart, but I was afraid of throwing this thread even further into the sewer, . . .
a-bull wrote:Sue wrote:a-bull wrote:I bet your parents taught you all about how to behave around dogs, too, huh?? Not many parents now-a-days do---instead your dog should never, ever act like anything other than a bunny rabbit or it should be put to sleep.
Funny, but I don't remember really. I just always had some kind of pet and I always LOVED animals, so I don't know if was nature or nurture
Same here, but I do remember my Mom always telling me not to touch strange dogs, not to touch people's dogs without asking, don't pat a dog on its head, etc.
Of course I didn't always listen. I wasn't a victim though---I was just naughty.
Maximus wrote:So, I'm curious about this grumbly pleasure noise your dogs make! Chico sometimes sounds like a monkey when he's playing, but he doesn't usually grunt and grumble when he's enjoying a scratchin'. Then again, Ruby bares all her teeth when she's ecstatic and I think it's the silliest, goofiest thing in the world, so I can understand misreading a warning from a dog other than my own.
Vette, I am curious as to why you said Yaegar was dominant when he bit your son. How did he act when it happened? What made you call that a dominant act?
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