There’s this pit bull that lives a few houses away from me and is always stuck in the front yard. I have a little 15lb dog and whenever we pass that house they start barking at each other only with wagging tails. I wish his owner would let them meet, I think they just want to be friends.
@LilyFlowar, you say that until your dog becomes a snack
@LilyFlowar, I have a pit. She is old now. Back in her hay day she would act the same way. Except she would try to eat any dog that came close to her.
@LilyFlowar, wagging doesn’t mean happy, it can mean happy, but can mean other things as well
@x2 6x 9 lol, I think the dynamic there causes a lot of tension with dogs. Any time a dog is chained or caged, and another dog comes by that is more or less free by comparison creates an angst in the chained dog, and it lashes out. I’ve seen dogs that will normally play perfectly well with one another, but as soon as one is leashed and the other one isn’t, it will suddenly create a clash.
@LilyFlowar, trespass. Do it for the greater good
@LilyFlowar, wagging only indicates a want to interact. Stiff high wages indicate the dog is on alert, and my feel threatened. Low, relaxed tail wags are the happy wags that say “I want to play!”
Hold me back, HOLD ME BACK!
Maybe he likes getting choked while talking smack to a big boi like that. Dont kink shake hin
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