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MNichols45
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MNichols45

Male Join date : 2013-09-09
Location : Ohio

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PostSubject: Playing Rough   Playing Rough EmptyMon Nov 25, 2013 5:19 am

Rosa is about 16 months now and whenever I take her up to my parents or around other dogs she loves to play pretty rough. She seems to stay away from the older dogs but my parents have two Australian shepherds and she just loves to bite their scruff and pull. She does this to me as well if I try to play, trying to bite feet and hands. Is there anyway to make this happen less frequently? I don't even feel comfortable taking her to dog parks because I don't want another owner yelling at me for her playing too rough. She does back down if the dog snarls or wants nothing to do with it but besides that shes full on roughhousing.
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Ericobeasto
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Ericobeasto

Male Join date : 2012-11-20
Location : Ohio

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PostSubject: Re: Playing Rough   Playing Rough EmptyMon Nov 25, 2013 9:09 am

This is how huskies play. Its normal. Some owners are parks might get mad but you just have to let it go in one ear and out the other. If they want to leave they can. I will try to guide koda to another dog if the owner doesnt like it but that is pretty hard sometimes. Koda plays with my brothers min pin, he is probably 10 lbs lol and he plays rougher than koda lol! Its just how some dogs play.
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jalepeno
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jalepeno

Male Join date : 2010-12-22
Location : Portland, OR

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PostSubject: Re: Playing Rough   Playing Rough EmptyMon Nov 25, 2013 5:11 pm

That is normal husky play.
It is not dominant or super aggressive.
It's just the way they play.
Here's Bodhi with his best friend, an Australian shepherd mix:
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laura56083
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laura56083

Female Join date : 2013-01-17
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PostSubject: Re: Playing Rough   Playing Rough EmptyMon Nov 25, 2013 6:05 pm

I have to agree its normal. My girls are extremely mouthy and loud when they play. Sometimes you would think they were trying to kill each other.
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