Tom Riche and Lucero's Jaws of Working Class K-9
Re: For the Record
Posted by Hogbender on April 6, 2016, 7:36:20, in reply to "Re: For the Record"
If the dog realized that you fought the fight for him, then you are good to go. That is why immediate resolution is imperative. Not that I recommend doing it, but you may very well have improved your bond with this. You showed him what protection looks like, and feels like. He will not soon forget. You protected him. Take him to a place where you know all the dogs are friendly. Watch the dogs playing before you get him out. If they are being calm, then take this opportunity to remind him that not all dogs are assholes. A couple times of that, and you are good to go. Don't let him play too rough with the other dogs.
In the future, don't trust strange dogs out in open public places. NOTHING is worth ruining your dog.
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The time when screech owls and Bandogges howl and spirits walk and ghosts break up their graves.
Act I, Scene IV of William Shakespeare's "King Henry VI"
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