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Post by Babylon on Fri Sep 11 2015, 22:59

And the luck seems to continue...after the tale demodex just went to the beach and he got bitten by a staff bitch Sad(((((
I thought it was just a nip cause he didn't showed any pain and still wanted to play with the dog that just bittted him but wen I got home I saw blood and he had his ear with blood scraps on his head and a lump on the back of his head has well Sad poor guy what else can happend??? He does not showed any signs of fear is that a good thing??? Cause I know that dogs wen have this episodes can become aggressive is that true?

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Post by Emmahammond25 on Fri Sep 11 2015, 23:09

Aw bless him hope he's ok Sad I'm not really sure I have heard that they don't forget things? A lot of people (with staffs) that I come across on walks tell me that their dog was attacked as a pup then they have a fear of that certain breed but I dunno if that's true or not! Sure someone will be able to answer that for you hope he gets well soon!
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Post by Mia05 on Fri Sep 11 2015, 23:31

Its a good sign your dog has shown or displayed no signs of aggression after being bitten by another dog this is great news if the cuts arent deep just give them a wash with warm water otherwise id get your dog checked by a vet for signs of infection incase your dog needs antibiotics for the wound . Hope he makes a speedy recovery Love Struck

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Post by Cecil15 on Sat Sep 12 2015, 01:46

Poor guy Sad sorry he had that happen to him but he seems to take it like a champ! I think dogs are just like people when it comes to bad experiences. Some take it better than others and seem to stay positive no matter what. I would defiantly have him checked out by his vet.
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Post by LizP on Sat Sep 12 2015, 07:57

I would take any dog with a bite wound to the vet straight away. Dog bites can infect horribly quickly and it's best to pop him on a course of ABs just to make sure.

My own view is that how a dog copes after something like this depends on the owner to a large extent. If you go all protective and get tense when you see another dog, that will transmit to Jimmy. He will then feel there is something to worry about and that can turn into fear aggression.

If, on the other hand, you take the time now to keep up the socialisation and if you remain relaxed and positive around other dogs, you should be fine. To make doubly sure, though, you can arm yourself with treats and/or a toy, and whenever you see another dog (especially if either of you is the slightest concerned) you go all happy and give him something nice. 'Hey, look at that Jimmy, a dog! Wow! Best thing since dried liver treats!'

Be positive, be happy!


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Post by JStaff on Sat Sep 12 2015, 14:27

LizP wrote:I would take any dog with a bite wound to the vet straight away. Dog bites can infect horribly quickly and it's best to pop him on a course of ABs just to make sure.

My own view is that how a dog copes after something like this depends on the owner to a large extent. If you go all protective and get tense when you see another dog, that will transmit to Jimmy. He will then feel there is something to worry about and that can turn into fear aggression.

If, on the other hand, you take the time now to keep up the socialisation and if you remain relaxed and positive around other dogs, you should be fine. To make doubly sure, though, you can arm yourself with treats and/or a toy, and whenever you see another dog (especially if either of you is the slightest concerned) you go all happy and give him something nice. 'Hey, look at that Jimmy, a dog! Wow! Best thing since dried liver treats!'

Be positive, be happy!

Totally agree especially about the vet trip it's always best to be safe. Have you looked for an older well socialized dog for him to interact with? Before we let Suki interact with a dog we always speak with the handler to ensure their dog is well socialized.


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Post by Babylon on Sat Sep 12 2015, 14:39

Just came from the vet and he's OK Smile just a bit swolen from the pressure bites but with no deep cuts Smile))))) about the socialization I always ask before because Jimmy is only five months but this lady said it was OK but I guess being a pup and just going all crazy stresses older dogs... But yes lesson learned and no more thrusting other owners words Smile buff what a week

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Post by JStaff on Sat Sep 12 2015, 14:42

Poor guy and glad he is okay


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