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    I was wondering why other breeds except pugz , eb , bulldogs , frenchs and rarely some other breeds
    Are agressive towards bullies ? Specially my lil boy .
    He is 9 months and loves to play with every dog , they just dont want it , they get agressive and attack my poor bully !

    Yesterday i was walking him
    And a pitbull puppy 8 month was walking with his owner . Owner said he is very friendly ... After playing for 35 secs the pit bites his face very bad and my boy starts shaking ... The owner was a wanabe gangster type of person and was laughing ... I couldnt stop my self and started atacking the owner , he did not
    Know i was a heavy bodybuilder under my fluffy jacket guess what happened . I k.o him and cops arrived so many hassle and my gf took our boy back home and gve lots of treats , oh god !

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    Default Re: Why are mostly other breeds agressive towards bullies?

    I have the same problem with Lola she get along with big dogs like labs but for some reason boxers and her dont mix! I think because bully's are so head strong and mine is a diva so she has to be the alpha all the time, there seems to be some personality differences!

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    Personality differences ... I agree with that
    , dont you think the owners are kind of related to their pets behavior?

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    Yes often times! I guess that would make sense because Lola is a Diva and so am I! I think some dogs are aggressive because that is what they have been taught at home so it shows where ever they go!

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    I find that sometimes happens with Gio as well. I did some research and found that other dogs might hear bullys breathing and interpret it as growling. My vet said the same thing when I brought it up. I have only come across a handful of dogs that don't like him, most do, but I now look for signs and if another dog is not feeling Gio then I just take him and myself out of this situation.
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    I guess I'm lucky so far I've haven't experienced this with my bulldogs, both have pretty easy going personalities and never try to "act like an alpha" for my dogs that's a big time No-No ... Molly is super happy go lucky and loves to run and play, Diesel mostly just hangs out with mom but is friendly with other animals, he just can't keep up if they are running around.
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    Default Re: Why are mostly other breeds agressive towards bullies?

    Dogs interpret their world in this order: first nose, then eyes, then ears. Our smooshed face EBs must surely be at a disadvantage in this way. Maybe their "boldness" is interpreted as a threat by other, not-so-balanced dogs?

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    I have noticed other dogs getting annoyed with Tonka as well...even when their owner say they are friendly and like other dogs. Tonka is a very "in your face" dog though, as I am sure many bullies can be. He gets right up in another dogs face (in a friendly manner) to sniff them. I think our personalities are similar to our dog's personalities as well...I know I am super stubborn like Tonka haha. My boyfriend is a bodybuilder too!

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    Good for you!!!! I'm tired of all these aggressive dogs too! I always ask if they are friendly & I hate when the owner says yes, & the dog nips my baby! I wish I could knock some of them out too! Good job!


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    Sarge is layed back and can play with any dog, but LuLu thinks she is above all and really thinks she is better than any other dog. She is ok till they start sniffin around then look out!! she is small but will put any dog in its place. I think its the sassyness in her.but she loves babies and little kids. she is her own person and I love her to death.

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    I don't let Amber around other dogs because I am not sure how the owners take care of them; they may not have shots, been wormed, have mange, lice, fleas, etc. It might just be I am a paranoided nut but we put so much energy and love into Amber it would break my heart if she got hurt from some strange crazy nut job of a dog. We do take her to parks and I will allow her to play with my friends pets because I know the people and trust them but Amber isn't allowed to play with just any other strangers dog. I have a Great Dane (Lady Hanna) that I rescued who lives with my son as an only dog because she has aggression issues and will attack another dog just because she can. Beautiful animal and is as lovable as can be but she had been in and out of 5 families by the time she was 18 months old and ended up fighting uncut males for her food with a bad breeded who thought they were going to breed her for puppies. The breeder is no longer is business and I recued her and worked with her for 14 months before placing her with my son but if given the chance she would go after another dog even now. My son has a big yard for her to have all to her own and if he walks her she has to be muzzled. I placed Lady Hanna with my son prior to getting Amber. So, my point is I never trust a strange dog around mine; Amber will have a sister bully soon and for now she has the cats to chase and the old Dane to play with when Beast Dog feels up to the challenge (those days are far and few at 13 years old). Kristana also keeps her plenty busy.

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    Default Re: Why are mostly other breeds agressive towards bullies?

    Quote Originally Posted by Meggs19 View Post
    I have noticed other dogs getting annoyed with Tonka as well...even when their owner say they are friendly and like other dogs. Tonka is a very "in your face" dog though, as I am sure many bullies can be. He gets right up in another dogs face (in a friendly manner) to sniff them. I think our personalities are similar to our dog's personalities as well...I know I am super stubborn like Tonka haha. My boyfriend is a bodybuilder too!

    Same with mine, I think that bullies approach other dogs a little differently so that might create a misunderstanding on the other dogs world. Our babies have short nose so they need to get really really close to take a sniff on the other dogs and that might not be interpreted as well by other breeds. Izzy so far has been good with other dogs but she plays a very submissive roll at first and once the dog approaches her then hell breaks loose and she is all over them! The only time I need to keep an eye on her is when we have toys involved, she is very STUBBORN and will not back out of a situation if she doesnt get the toy.

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