Saturday, March 30, 2013


Chewy is a very fine judge of character. 
He knows car tires cannot be trusted and attacks them viciously.  

"If a dog will not come to you after looking you in the face you should go home and examine your conscience." 
--Woodrow Wilson


Science Teacher said...

I know of this myself dog habit quite well and it is a bad habit for dogs and one they don't want to relinquish. If the angle of attack is wrong they can get killed. Our dog escaped from the gated yard, attacked a UPS truck and was soon dead. The driver delivered bereavement flowers the next day. It was a nice gesture and appreciated, but the tire attack was not wise. Dogs who do this sometimes can be trained to be obedient and not attack, but it is a hard or almost impossible task.

Darla Sue Dollman said...

Which is why Chewy takes his walks wrapped inside my sweater. I don't even allow him on a leash. The only time he's allowed outside is when he's in the backyard. When he's in my sweater, he's not allowed to bark, whine, or make any noise at cars when they drive by. I'm not sure if it will make a difference or not, but I'm not taking chances. He's stuck taking "walks" in my arms.