hugapitbull wrote:Well obviously I was a bit premature with my celebration. Bob took a pillow from under him a few hours later and Duke went after Bob snarling and barking. One step forward, two steps back.
hugapitbull wrote:I guess I expected at some point he would stop acting like he wants to eat one of us, maybe that is an unrealistic expectation for him.
Malli wrote:I tend to stand my ground and give the dog verbal attitude. Usually works so far...
But its kind of, a, case by case basis.
*** I do not recommend attempting above ***
Malli wrote:yep. You must really love Riggs, I could not imagine living with one of the works dogs. I admire your tolerance.
hugapitbull wrote: All my being tells me it isn't RIGHT to have a dog who will jump up, stare you in the eye, and bark and snarl like he will eat you!
mnp13 wrote:hugapitbull wrote: All my being tells me it isn't RIGHT to have a dog who will jump up, stare you in the eye, and bark and snarl like he will eat you!
Ah, but there we differ. I honestly don't have a "problem" with it, it is what it is.
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