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Delaware Valley Siberian Husky Rescue!
When another dog walks down the street
Join date : 2014-10-10
Location : Bear Delaware
|Subject: When another dog walks down the street Sun Apr 05, 2015 8:03 pm|| |
Bandit freaks out. Starts whining due to excitement. Trying to find a way to escape to get to whoever is outside. The worst is when it's a person walking a dog. People she does get excited too. The other family who has a 6year old husky. Oh boy when she walks by you'd think I was chasing her around with a belt she whines so loud trying anything to get outside lololol it's so funny how She gets really hyped up.
So what's your stories? How does your dog react to people or dogs passing by?
Join date : 2013-12-20
|Subject: Re: When another dog walks down the street Sun Apr 05, 2015 8:43 pm|| |
I can't say how Ami responds when inside because he can't see anyone from inside (when he's in and in the room that has windows to the street, it's dark and usually between 10:30 and 2 AM.)
But I can speak to when he is outside contained with the invisible fence - he races along the fence line, parallel to the road, in full attention. He never barks, once in a blue moon will give a brief "woo - woo".
Now - when Archer arrives, it is a conflagration. Wooing, scrambling, bouncing, leaping, no holds barred - it is a joy to watch!
I will note that before my son got Archer and before Ami was allowed to run, first in the backyard and then on 4 ish acres with the invisible fence, on our walks, if we saw another dog (or person, for that matter) he whine, fuss and get all hyper. Now that he is getting lots of play with another dog and is allowed to roam free on the property, this no longer happens. When Archer is not here, it takes 2 days to recuperate and he sleeps - I have a lovely, apricot fur rug:lol!:
Join date : 2013-06-14
Location : Missouri
|Subject: Re: When another dog walks down the street Mon Apr 06, 2015 10:49 am|| |
Keno is like Bandit. He whines and cries and makes a complete spectacle of himself. Kenzi lunges and growls and tries to eat the offensive dog.
|Subject: Re: When another dog walks down the street || |
When another dog walks down the street
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