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My Bully loves to play with my 7 pound poodle, Latte. She gets on top of the couch and dive bombs Bully’s head and then he runs around with her on his back like a horse!July 13, 2010 at 10:11 pm in reply to: Socializing a new pit in town #15567
I agree….be a good breed ambassador and walk your well mannered dog in public. I was walking Bully at the Riverwalk the other day and a 6 year old girl saw him and screamed and hid behind a tree. Her mother was standing there and I told her that Bully was trained and if she wanted to pet him I would help her. Long story short….the little girl was so infatuated with Bully that she had her Mom take a picture of her hugging Bully to show to her classmates. Positive experience is a great teacher.July 13, 2010 at 10:05 pm in reply to: Hi! My name is Calvin. #15566
Welcome.. I love the names! Do you have a pic of your pit?July 13, 2010 at 10:04 pm in reply to: Hi Everyone #15565
Hi…I now what you mean…I have a pit and 2 poodles. The smallest poodle girl usually sets the pace at the house.July 13, 2010 at 10:03 pm in reply to: Hello All ! #15564
Welcome…I am new too!July 13, 2010 at 9:56 pm in reply to: Jaws of steel #15563
I like all the toy suggestions, but I have one that works wonders when it rains or I am studying. We call it the “red eye of death” lol. Actually, it is a laser pointer. Bully will chase the red dot until he drops. It is great exercise and he will pick up the laser pointer and beg me to turn it on. I think it provides a lot of mental stimulation. My dog went through a seperation anxiety when I first rescued him. I left him in the laundry room and came home to find he had chewed a hole through a wooden door. I was horrified and we went to the vet. The vet and the trainer helped us solve this anxiety. I think you see it alot in rescued dogs.