oh shes CUTE!
She looks like she doesn't have any typical pittie temperment downfalls, so far...
I know she's a pit...so I'm always supervising.
But so far, she's leaving the rabbits alone (she has to walk past one on her way to the crate)...except to jump a bit the first time he rushed at her as she walked by.
She's got a very nice temperament...very sweet and wants to be with people. She met John's daughter yesterday...(she's 7) and was in love...but a teeny bit rambunctious (trying to jump on her)...but settled and stopped when told "no".
She met more dogs yesterday at flyball practice...and was very appropriate with them. Friendly, and social...with very good skills. Met one BC that was too intense for her, she just gave out some calming signals and went into the nearest crate to get away from him.
She's seen the cats on her way down to the basement and into her crate...and barely perks up her giant ears...but I haven't had her loose with them. So far she's not interested...even when ran in front of her. So far, she's really low-key with most everything...not a sports potential!
Oreo does pull a bit on leash...but she hasn't pulled me down on the icy walkway or driveway, so it's not horrible! She also got car sick yesterday on the way to flyball...just urped up her breakfast in my cup-holder...though otherwise she does LOVELY in the car.
"I don't have any idea if my dogs respect me or not, but they're greedy and I have their stuff." -- Patty Ruzzo
"Dogs don't want to control people. They want to control their own lives." --John Bradshaw