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Never Mess With a Momma Dog and Her Puppy - Jessie T. Wolf
March 6th, 2010
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Never Mess With a Momma Dog and Her Puppy

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Date:March 6th, 2010 09:31 pm (UTC)
I agree. It's frustrating. Though I've actually had more issues with dog *owners* since my own dog is able to control their dogs if they get too annoying (through posturing) but damn if I can control the humans.

Hence we're the ones that play in a corner with a ball ha. Yet we still get randomly visited by uncontrolled loose dogs probably every 3 park trips. So far they've all been friendly and left with no incident once they realize we don't want them but there's always the possibility of an aggressive one that can't take the hint :/
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Date:March 6th, 2010 09:54 pm (UTC)
I especially hate the owners who get defensive when you try to tell them to control their dog! This guy was a young punk, so saying anything at all to him about his dog needing better handling probably would have just got him yelling at me, which is stupid considering his dog was the one who attacked, instead of my Rottweiler.

It's kind of funny to even see dogs like freakin' Golden Retrievers lunging and barking on leash at Jango, when we walk by - just acting stupid for their owners. I simply tell him, "Leave it," and he'll ignore them and walk right on by. Makes me feel pretty good that my dog's being a model canine citizen, especially for his breed. ;3
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Date:March 6th, 2010 10:06 pm (UTC)
Ha yeah people really have the wrong ideas about rotties :p I've never met one yet that was actually aggressive in any serious way.. barking and then running away doesn't.. really count lol

I hear ya on the other dogs! It's pretty lol when there's a dog across the street on a leash freaking out and my dog is too busy sniffing trees to care.

I generally don't pass them on the same sidewalk because people do not know to heel their dog (or at least reel in those damnable long leads) and my dog *is* leash aggressive so then if something happens it's my fault even though he's on a headcollar with my hand at his jaw? Bah ;p
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