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    Quote Originally Posted by usmc03grunt View Post
    Please be advised everyone that I understand the situation and I feel the same as everyone else here. Also remember I wrote in my post that another nabor is handling it by doing all the correct things needed. He has contacted the rest of us about it to aware us of the situation. Together we will be doing what we can and have it all planned out.

    The situation here isn't the actual beating itself its the way Cammie is acting towards that particular dog. That is what I was bringing up to u all in this topic of conversation.

    Thank u all for responding.

    You are right, like my first post, your puppy can probably sense this and is showing dominance over the victim. That is how the animal world works.
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    when the other dog is around is the owner with the dog cause she might be acting that way towards the owner cause if cammie is on a leash she's feeling everything you are an maybe that's why she's acting like that?

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    Thank you for doing what is needed. Given the situation, I'm not sure how to handle what's happening with your pup since she may be reacting to the vibes the other dog is putting off. We know those who have been abused, often abuse and Cammie may sense this and be protecting herself. I'd just walk in a different direction if possible and avoid the confrontation. That reaction may never happen with another dog again. If it does, and you have a human you can deal with on the other side you may be able to work with adjusting her attitude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loveabully View Post
    when the other dog is around is the owner with the dog cause she might be acting that way towards the owner cause if cammie is on a leash she's feeling everything you are an maybe that's why she's acting like that?
    Yes the dog is with the owner. It's crazy too cuz it seems like she brings her dog out at the exact same time I do even when I switch it up. She can't even see me or my place the way it faces. Weird

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    Quote Originally Posted by linwhite View Post
    Thank you for doing what is needed. Given the situation, I'm not sure how to handle what's happening with your pup since she may be reacting to the vibes the other dog is putting off. We know those who have been abused, often abuse and Cammie may sense this and be protecting herself. I'd just walk in a different direction if possible and avoid the confrontation. That reaction may never happen with another dog again. If it does, and you have a human you can deal with on the other side you may be able to work with adjusting her attitude.
    Never happens with any other dogs or people. Cammie is comfortable and loving around everyone so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by usmc03grunt View Post
    Yes the dog is with the owner. It's crazy too cuz it seems like she brings her dog out at the exact same time I do even when I switch it up. She can't even see me or my place the way it faces. Weird
    HUMM could she be reacting to the owner and not the dog?

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    yeah then I would say she's feeding off your feelings towards the owner that's why she's acting like that an its only towards them an nobody else so if you walk by calm an not all tense she should calm down

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherry View Post
    Heartbreaking...............maybe she can sense the dog is known as weak or to be fearful and she is telling her she is dominant
    Dogs have no people manners; it's ridiculous. I agree with the others... your pup might be a "bully" ha ha ha...



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    I was thinking its probably the owner, dogs have a sense about those things

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    Quote Originally Posted by gracoliv View Post
    sorry to put this on you, but pets are like children and the elderly, and people who are aware of abuse and do nothing are as bad as the perpetrator. Since you are aware of it, you must report it and do what is in your power to do in order to end this poor dog(s) suffering. You have already had 1 courageous neighbour, you all need to help end this. Its disgusting that anyone can own a dog and treat it so badly without consequences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackieshoes View Post
    I was thinking its probably the owner, dogs have a sense about those things
    Agreed!!! If my bullies don't like someone I am left with an odd feeling!


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    Quote Originally Posted by ModernFemme View Post
    Dogs have no people manners; it's ridiculous. I agree with the others... your pup might be a "bully" ha ha ha...
    Exactly! Too funny! She sure acts like a Bully even to me!

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