Administrator & LOTR Addict
Join Date: Apr 2000
Location: Bloomington, IN, USA
Guess I misunderstood your question. A dog biting out of defense's goal is to drive off what is causing its fear. How it bites will not matter as much as its final goal of driving away the threat. That is why most fear biters come from behind and nip or, when cornered, bite quickly and let go, bite again and let go. The defensive dogs does a tremendous amount of damage and, paying attention to the foundation of our breed and what we wanted in our breed would be VERY undesirable.
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