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Posted : 4/9/2007 1:26:24 PM
Posted : 4/9/2007 2:31:10 PM
We're trying to figure out what's going on. He's not being aggressive towards them - just growling. We're thinking that maybe he's just telling them "I've had enough" and that they should leave him alone.
[font=verdana]So what do we do? Tell them to leave him alone when he growls, or to growl back so he'll know they are above him?
Posted : 4/9/2007 2:48:54 PM
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Max is 1 year old, neutered.
[font=verdana][size=3]They should yawn and slowly turn their backs.
Posted : 4/9/2007 3:19:54 PM
Friday night we went to meet Max and it was really obvious that we "belonged" to each other. I guess maybe he had second thoughts, because Saturday morning he was gone! He had dug out of the yard and spent the night at a neighbor's house.
Posted : 4/9/2007 3:21:35 PM
Posted : 4/9/2007 3:25:15 PM
He could have just seen a cat and didn't remember how to get home.
Posted : 4/9/2007 3:31:58 PM
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Posted : 4/9/2007 3:55:40 PM
What is the difference between a resuce dog and an adopted dog?
[font=verdana]He just growls every once in a while, and since we don't "know" him yet, we're a little unsure what he means by it. The kids equate growling dog with angry dog.
Posted : 4/9/2007 4:15:46 PM
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