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"small dog people" who really don't understand bull terriers

Discussion in 'Bull Terrier' started by fctv808, May 19, 2012.

  1. fctv808

    fctv808 Little Dog

    "small dog people" who really don't understand bull terriers

    so the other night, i took yachi w me to brazilian jiu jitsu practice because i felt bad leaving her home every night now that i took the advice of the bt wiminz and eliminated homemaker gf. i gotta tell you, it kinda sucks watching netflix and itunes movies late at night nowadays. thanks a lot folks.

    anyhow, one of my students is a self proclaimed "dog person" (he owns a small boston terrier) and decided to give into yachi's jumping and playing, grabbed her, hugged her and started wrestling her to the ground. yachi did her normal open mouth head swinging from side to side and it nicked his ear pretty good. no stitch required, but that quarter inch slit bleed for about 30min. he felt bad and it looked like his feelings were hurt. i think he understood that she didn't mean it because she never bit him, but man those dang teeth are like sabers.

    anyone else make the mistake of letting one of these backyard dog whisperers near your bt?

    :) fctv808
  2. JoeBingo

    JoeBingo Banned

    It's all fun and games until someones get their ear nicked LOL
    No one rough houses or man handles my dogs. I see no reason to allow anyone to wrestle my dog to the ground ... and if they try, I wouldn't be surprised if they get their "ear nicked" HA !!!

    Next time take a stuffy/plushy or Sock Monkey for the guy to wrestle around with instead :lol:
  3. xchairity_casex

    xchairity_casex Good Dog

    theres things i wont allow anyone else to do with Cesar,one is get him excited like that just due to well that, he doesnt bite but he does open him mouth and head butt ya! i also never allow anyone to play tug with him as he takes it WAY to seriously. only i play, and only I win
  4. fctv808

    fctv808 Little Dog

    my guess is the guy might try again w/ a new whisper strategy.

    ---------- Post added at 09:44 AM ---------- Previous post was at 09:44 AM ----------

    you are ALPHA GIRL!

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