My husband's Grandma has this little poodle dog that is viscous. The dog is so mean no one can hug Grandma or the dog will attack them. She and her husband don't share a bed anymore so the husband won't get bitten. Now if they want to keep this terrible little dog that is their problem. But she takes it with her everywhere and it growls at my son. Both of them are senile and think its funny and cute. They are going to be coming over for a visit tomorrow and I am going to tell her the dog has to stay in the car. Is this wrong? What do you think? I swear if that dog ever bites my baby I will break its neck with my bare hands.
Asked by Anonymous at 4:48 PM on Sep. 16, 2010 in Pets
Answer by JazzlikeMraz at 5:00 PM on Sep. 16, 2010
Answer by Finkette at 4:53 PM on Sep. 16, 2010
Answer by jolee0222 at 4:55 PM on Sep. 16, 2010
You could ask that the dog be left at home because of the biting and aggression, or tell them he/she would have to stay out, but not in a car.
Answer by zbee at 4:56 PM on Sep. 16, 2010
Answer by DonnaPinitonya at 4:57 PM on Sep. 16, 2010
Answer by momtoonein06 at 5:00 PM on Sep. 16, 2010
Ask her to leave the dog at home or put it in a crate in a quiet place in the house. I have a little Chihuahua that I have had only a few months and I can relate to how attached you can get to a little dog. In general a dog won't bite if a growl will work, it is how dogs communicate. Little dogs growl to compensate for their size. It doesn't sound like you are interested in understanding, you just don't want the dog around.
Answer by Gailll at 5:07 PM on Sep. 16, 2010
Answer by LeJane at 5:33 PM on Sep. 16, 2010
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