|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|11-25-2014 05:53 PM|
|Pax8||Yeah, it's hard to see for sure, but the body language of the pit seems kind of tight for it to be play. I don't think it would be so friendly if the fence was removed. On the other end, Jakoda's aussie was very relaxed and even offered play bows. I could see that one being friendly.|
|11-25-2014 01:41 PM|
Not sure if that was cute or fence fighting. Only one way to know for sure. Get rid of the fence and see if the pitbull latches onto the deer's neck. One thing I do know for sure. I would never allow my dogs to do this.
It really looks a lot like the horizontal prey movements I make when I'm doing confidence building prey bitework with sport dogs. I'll run horizontally stop and hide behind stuff in response to barking. When they are allowed to reach me they bite the crap outta me...soooooo. I don't think that's as friendly as people make it out to be.
|11-25-2014 12:49 PM|
Originally Posted by Ascastlat View Post
|11-25-2014 12:30 PM|
OMG.......both videos so cute.
Thanks for posting.
|11-25-2014 07:13 AM|
not sure if my link will work, but this is my mini aussie playing with her baby deer friend a month or so ago
|11-25-2014 05:57 AM|
|car2ner||I hadn't seen that one yet. I would have thought, "I'll believe it when I see it".|
|11-25-2014 04:38 AM|
|Ascastlat||I'm not so sure they would be playing this game if there were no fence. Lucky for the Deer there was!!|
|06-07-2014 12:08 AM|
Video of a dog and deer playing.
Thought this was a pretty cute video
Zeke The Pitbull Plays With His New Running Mate