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PostSubject: Overly Friendly Dogs    Tue Dec 20, 2016 4:51 pm

Hello, So i have a 6 Month old Husky, and today i took her to the park where i found 2 large German Shepherds that were over friendly and mildly aggressive charged at her. They scared the crap out of her, she started yipping and went belly up (shes perfectly safe just wanted to let you know), but how might i introduce my puppy into a scenario where they can play, or is it out of my control.

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PostSubject: Re: Overly Friendly Dogs    Tue Dec 20, 2016 5:10 pm

When you are dealing with off leash dogs there is a certain amount that is out of your control. I try to keep myself between my dogs and any up coming dogs to kinda slow incoming dogs a little before they get to mine. Some dogs just have no manners and will run up and try to play without the traditional meeting and smelling many dogs are used to. If the dogs aren't aggressively approaching you what I would do is try to calm them before meeting. Making sure that she is well socialized, going to obedience classes and doggy daycare will help familiarize her with all the different energy levels of dogs so she is a good judge of what is coming her way (it can help you too) and help build her tolerance for some dogs that aren't as well mannered as she is. Creating calm among canines, trying to slow the situation down, will go a long way.

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