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06-09-2014 04:13 PM
Daisy&Lucky's Mom
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Originally Posted by HarleyTheGSD View Post
Personally, I believe that this is a good thing! Congrats!
Yes!
06-09-2014 04:07 PM
Ace GSD
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Originally Posted by wolfy dog View Post
That is not a sweet but an out of control pup that can do more harm than good to your pup in regard your dog to become dog aggressive. I avoid these kinda dogs like the plague. Your pup didn't know what to do so you needed to step in and stop the bullying.
It is pretty awesome that he doesn't crave other dogs. it is best when they are neutral to other dogs. So expose him in ways that will not harm him. Good luck with your puppy.
You have a good point ! Im glad my puppy have good manner . He actually crave lil kids.
06-09-2014 03:37 PM
blueangele My dog LOVES other dogs. He was fostered in a doggy day care, so he thinks any and every dog is someone to play with. It was in our good luck that my neighbors/landlords/friends also adopted a dog (lab) within a month of me getting Zeph, so in the morning we turn them loose and let them get some energy out (we live on 80 acres), they also get to do that at night. In between we work on obedience and are trying out basic agility stuff just for fun, they work for us/with us until we ignore them then they play again LOL. I have had dog and people aggressive dogs in the past, I love having a dog that can go anywhere and do anything and I don't have to worry about bites
06-09-2014 03:23 PM
ApselBear Apsel is the other extreme, he is too dog oriented. It's a PIA to get him focused on anything other than our heelers. I'd love for him to be a lot more like your pup.
06-09-2014 03:01 PM
wolfy dog
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Originally Posted by Ace GSD View Post
There was this sweet lab puppy just came jump on him and roll him over and he didnt know what to do lol...but the lab just kept going at him and he almost try to play but changed his mind and came back next to me again...
That is not a sweet but an out of control pup that can do more harm than good to your pup in regard your dog to become dog aggressive. I avoid these kinda dogs like the plague. Your pup didn't know what to do so you needed to step in and stop the bullying.
It is pretty awesome that he doesn't crave other dogs. it is best when they are neutral to other dogs. So expose him in ways that will not harm him. Good luck with your puppy.
06-09-2014 02:01 PM
wyoung2153
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You are on the spot the other day at petsmart this dog just keeps bugging him and he got snappy
Yepp I am very careful with dogs in our home, because Titan gets snappy when other dogs conssitently get in his face. Doesn't ever act like this in the dog park, but in the home yepp. Glad we know our dogs
06-09-2014 02:00 PM
Ace GSD
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Delgado was the same with strange dogs then he found out strange dogs were fun to play with too and that lead to him being leash reactive.

I would encourage your dog to ignore other dogs and focus only on you, the less other dogs (outside of dogs that belong to family and friends) 'exist' in his world the easier it will be for you.
Sounds about right !! Btw love the name Delgado haha
06-09-2014 01:58 PM
Ace GSD
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Originally Posted by HarleyTheGSD View Post
Personally, I believe that this is a good thing! Congrats!
Thanks !! also the fact that the daddy weigh 128 lbs .. i wouldnt want him to pull me arround when we come across other dogs
06-09-2014 01:58 PM
Shade Delgado was the same with strange dogs then he found out strange dogs were fun to play with too and that lead to him being leash reactive.

I would encourage your dog to ignore other dogs and focus only on you, the less other dogs (outside of dogs that belong to family and friends) 'exist' in his world the easier it will be for you.
06-09-2014 01:57 PM
Ace GSD
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EDIT: I will add that in out home, only, he doesn't tolerate rambunctious play very well unless he really knows the dog. Doesn't escalate anything, just makes them understand he isn't in a playful mood.
You are on the spot the other day at petsmart this dog just keeps bugging him and he got snappy
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