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Old 06-12-2013, 05:37 PM   #991
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Old 06-13-2013, 12:56 AM   #992
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Wow, I've never had an Aussie bite anyone (I've had 5 so far). They can and will nip, but I've never had a biter. All of mine were always very social to people, almost to the point of being lousy guard dogs LOL. All except one came from rescue, and the one that was bought from a breeder was the toughest one I had. Took a whole year to house train her and to get her to act "normal". But I did manage it.

My latest 2 came from a lady that was overwhelmed... She had a great first Aussie (Barley, as I call him) and then she made the mistake of getting a 2nd one (known as Blue), and that's when problems started and she lost control of them. The fact that I'm 6'4" and I don't put up with B.S. from dogs got me to the point where I've got them trained. Took a while and nearly drove me nuts, but perseverance paid off.

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I also differentiate between nips and bites. He'll herd people and grab/nip ankles and heels. However he has viciously attacked my mothers leg when she turned, bit my 4 year old niece when she fell next to him, etc. He's a big fear biter. Our problem isn't an out of control dog who's spoiled. He's very well behaved and knows I run the pack (I'm 6'3 and am a firm believer of obedience lol). We believe his issue is with over protection of us and fear/anxiety when something is out of his control. So far we haven't been helped and it seems there is no fix to his behavior, but we do keep trying to teach him and train him. Maybe when he gets to be an old man he'll give up. But since he turned 2 last week, we're going to have to wait a while.
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Old 06-13-2013, 06:54 PM   #993
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Old 06-13-2013, 06:59 PM   #994
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Yesterday walking home from the supermarket a lady was walking a Neapolitan Mastiff. Simply huge dog. I asked if I could "say hello" and the dog (and her owner) were gracious about me petting her. What was interesting about such a big wrinkly dog, though, is with most dogs you can see something going on in their eyes. Some sort of understanding of what is going on. This dog looked as if she had just woken up from a very long nap.

I get the feeling that Neos arent, perhaps, the BRIGHTEST dogs out there...

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Old 06-13-2013, 08:10 PM   #995
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Looks a good bit like Trooper.
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Old 06-13-2013, 09:06 PM   #996
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My new daughter has decided to go on a work strike. She is refusing to "come" because the leash means time to work and she wants to play. So a new opportunity to do some training. Seems to never end, I'm just glad I am up for the game....
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Why are those three dogs PRECISELY the ones I would expect you to have??
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My fathers "dog". He's less than 1 pound. Mostly hair
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My Frankie saw her first Turkey in the wild today, she couldn't figure out exactly what the heck it was, and just kinda stared in amazement. She sees deer, racoons, and possums all the time, but the turkeys are becoming more and more prevalent around here. Here she is this morning on her way to get some Krispy Kremes.

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