Well to me there is a difference between want and will. My don't won't because they know they shouldn't, so their biddability, pack drive, and understanding of consequences prevents them from doing this, but not a lack of prey drive....
I'm not arguing that chasing animals is a facet of prey drive. ....but I think that there is another predatory instinct (not drive) that will cause almost any dog to chase an animal....but that drives are so much more complex than simply using chasing an animal as the determining factor in calling a dog "high or "low" drive.
J, mom to:
- Elsa - "Da Pookins"
- Medo - "The Beast From The East"