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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-12-2013, 01:32 PM Thread Starter
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Puppy biting other dogs neck?

I have a 10 week old GSD. She is very sweet! However, for the past couple days when I take her walking and she sees another dog she ineditely stops esrs up and stares at them for about 5 seconds! & when another dog gets around me she barks and will literally bite their neck! She has never done this to another as they dont come near her bc she hasnt finished her shots but my two other dogs she will bite their neck & will not let them around me. Also, when I pet the others she will start whining and then grab their neck. For example i was sitying outside with her last night & she was on my lap. When the other two came oer here she was trying her best to bite them! She would bark and then junp down and bite them. It's not a real aggressive bite bc she does play with them and they have NEVER really tried to hurt one another. They sleep together and everything is she being protective? Is it to young for that?
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yes, she's too young to be protecting anyone but herself.. animal instinct! she's probably just playing with the dogs.. ears up? how did she get them up at 10 weeks? lucky u! LOL.. she probably just likes to play rough.. If the other two don't mind her rough play, then it's fine.. little attention seeker u got there

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No one and nothing can play with a dog the way another dog can. It's good socialization for her
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post #4 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-13-2013, 03:38 AM Thread Starter
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I honestly dont she means any aggression. She acts like she is playing or just jealous. She loves to be center of attention! LOL
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here is a picture of her...






if you look at the second picture it shows her muscle in her legs, and I really cant get a body picture because she thinks Im trying to pet her everytime I try lol
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Nita was always grabbing Koda's ruff when she was younger. She just wanted him to play with her

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Our 9.5 week old also play bites/nips at our other 2 dogs, 2 miniature poodles. He's bigger than either of them but they still correct him very well when he gets out of line and nips them too hard but yes I've noticed he is fond of going for the back of their necks because unlike shepherds they have a very abrupt, 90-degree angle where their necks transition to their backs (shepherds is more gradual, sloping).
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post #8 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-19-2013, 08:21 PM Thread Starter
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Okay, thanks everyone. I was curious if ai should be concerned.
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