mnp13 wrote:How did you happen to have a camera handy when your dog got attacked?
mnp13 wrote:Before I post again, I want to make sure that I'm understanding the situation:
Jackie brown was in the back yard, by herself with the other two dogs inside. You came home and let the other two dogs into the back yard with her and then went out and started working with her and the other two were just "hanging out" in the yard in the mean time.
While you were working with Jackie, one of the other two dogs attacked her.
Is that right?
And then I go in the backyard, let the two males out and greet the dogs and start training Jackie Brown. And then Kwame Brown gets jealous and attacks.
This is a quirky wild type dog who someone else threw away as a puppy seven years ago and who has displayed vicious behavior througout his life and has at one time or another attacked any dog he has lived with
out in the yard w/a puppy??? On purpose??? WHY?has displayed vicious behavior througout his life and has at one time or another attacked any dog he has lived with
I have handled it all by never looking at his behavior as a "problem" because in the eyes of a dog, it is not a problem.
And it's never been a problem for me because I have dealt with even worse aggression in the past. I have also handled it all without any serious injuries occurring, other than the occasional bloody ear or lip.
TheRedQueen wrote:I try and have my puppies experience as much as possible for the first year, but I also try and protect them from horrible things happening to them...so they in turn don't grow up with major issues.
I'm pretty sure part of Micks DA was created after he got attacked by off-leash dogs twice as a puppy... he definitely developed an "a good offense is the best defense" attitude afterwards.
TheRedQueen wrote:Where did you see the video? I'm confused now...I can't find it.
I have no idea what your point was with the basketball. You didn't return to what you were doing previously, training Jackie, you just let them back out in yard and bounced the basketball around.
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