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Old 03-03-2009, 02:27 PM
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Would you mind forwarding me the name of the breeder? I was originally from that area??
hmmm....

Personally it sounds like though "educated", they should reconsider owning dogs or the WAY they own them, the dogs sound VERY unhappy!

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Old 03-03-2009, 07:27 PM
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Never judge dogs by their behavior behind a fence. Many very nice dogs are nuts behind a fence or barrier (including mine).

It is a part of territorial behavior which is common in working type breeds.

Sad they never get out tho, and I would also worry with a group of 3 about redirection/fights happening with this level of excitement happening every day.
Very well said. I had a Male Rottie that would act vicoius in the car but would lick the person if I open the car door. He just put on a show behind a barrier.

I of course don't suggest you assume this with the boxers but it could be true.

Maybe try to make small talk with the owner and try to educate him in a indirect and friendly way.....
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Old 03-03-2009, 07:43 PM
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Try talking to them first.

If that goes no where, theres another, less civil solution.

If the dogs are unlicensed, and unaltered I would give AC a buzz. Most cities have much much much higher fees to license unaltered dogs.

That might be enough to convince them to alter the dogs or rehome one or two.
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