OK before anyone gets nuts, Kira was NOT
However, there's behavior from dogs around her, that concern me.
I know pups and dogs give "signals", but Kira is doing something to set off aggressive dogs.
Here's what I'm talking about
A little history...
Kira is a but skittish, and does not like to engage with older, "growly" dogs.
She plays well with balanced, younger dogs.
I finish work each day around 2:30pm. At 3pm, I'm at the dog run. I have 2 or 3 friends that I meet there, for some private play time. These dogs know each other,and get along well. A young GS, and a Boxer. I avoid the dog park scene 100%
The dogs were having their daily play date, and a "dog park regular" arrived with a Yellow Lab. Since I don't want to get caught up in the dog park scene, I was about to remove Kira, and call it a day.
As SOON as that dog entered the arena, it went straight to Kira, Hacks up, growling, and it sent Kira running for cover. The owner called the dog off, I leashed Kira, and left.
It left me wondering WHY
that dog zeroed in on Kira, when there were two other dogs there?
Here's a short video clip of Kira playing with her "friends". No problem here. I specifically set up her playmates, to avoid the dog park.
Here's a video capture of the Lab.
He became SO fixated on Kira, that he followed her along the fence area, in a rage.