Likes: Playing kiss chase with the girls, through he calls it pull their tails till their chase him
Pet-Peeves: Hates being picked up by strangers, he squirms till hes put down
Favorite Toy: A soft circle toy
Favorite Food: He loves anything meaty and roast potatoes
Favorite Walk: He likes anywhere offlead so he can sniff till his hearts content
Best Tricks: At the moment its sitting and standing on hind legs.
Arrival Story: This lil guy is a lil rogue and boy is he enjoying being surrounding by females! (hes had the snap). From pulling their tails to nicking their toys hes a complete pain in the arse to them;-)
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I was going to put this in the q's and a's section but thought I'd put this here:)
In november last year 1 of our neighbours malamutes grabbed hold of Alfies neck but let go. Personally I think its because he had a collar that the dog couldnt grip on properly as it has a big ring for the name tag. They have before and after lunged for my dogs on walks. When I have been on 1 side of the road they have tried pulling their owner over the road to me and my dogs. I have tried to keep it nice between me and my neighbour. But when I last took him to the vets as there was saliva on his back and indents in his collar. My vet contacted the RSPCA about the attack on my dogs. He did contact me and told me he was doing this and I did tell malamutes owners that they might have a visit from the RSPCA. They have got quite huffy with me. Saying their dog never made contact with my dog. They also say as shes only 14 months old shes still learning etc.
All I want to know from you guys..is am I in the wrong?
I think both dogs ~ 1 is over a year the other is 14 months shouldnt be displaying this behaviour. They have attacked 2 other dogs but those people didnt inform anyone. 1 was a Labrador the other was a pitbull of some sort.