March 17 2010 4 17 /03 /March /2010 20:13
Unfortunately we can not upload pictures since two days, thanks to  Overblog. So I thought I write something  which we have discussed during the last few weeks  but we have not found a real solution. Perhaps you have ideas or even suggestions. If you remember Sally was  recently attacked by an American Staff. Since that time  her behaviour is different. She heads toward the dog, puts the body front to call the game on the ground and sticks her ass up in the air, typically Briard. When the other peaceful dog come to her she runs away screaming and goes then to hide behind us. If the other dog comes  closer she screams even louder and snaps at him. With some dogs this usually passes after a while playing, but not with others. The behaviour of ALL and was previously very peaceful and no one could get from the rest. We now have something in mind that she will be bitten cause her hysterical behaviour  someday. The bad news is that we thought she’s been was very well socialized. Sally had contact with many dogs and it could not be too big or too. And now, fear. She’s afraid of everything and everyone. The only advantage, she won’t hunt no more horses.

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Byron and Xinver 03/19/2010 12:25

Poor Sally. We understand the problem very well. Briards are extemely sensitive. Byron is also a very well socialized dog, and he gets along fine with all brands, he loves small doggies... But he
is a male, that's a difference. If some bad dog tries to "attack" him (or one of his "team") he defends without doubts... We think that Sally needs time to trust again in dogs, and the only thing
you can do is to encourage her to be with friendly ones and to protect her from potentially "evil" ones; she will learn soon.

Maggie & Mitch 03/18/2010 10:31

We don't know how to help you, Sally, but we do feel very badly and hope this issue can be worked out.

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

Khyra & Khousin Merdie 03/17/2010 23:19

We are sorry to see that -

Unfortunately, we don't have any advice but want to offer our support!

Khyra & Khousin Merdie