Lmbo, @ Chris, Mabel said the only reason she didn't eat that yorkie is because the yorkies taste like chicken, and Mabel said she didn't like chicken!! LMAO….. Chris, I'm j/k, but i've found with every pet i've ever owned 2 things, if they are socialized from the beginning of puppyhood with both other pets and with people they are sociable, and if not, the latter is true. I've had cocker spaniels that through my work schedule weren't socialized with anyone human or pet, and they hated everything other than themselves, and even that was argumentative at time hahahahaha. I so remember the UPS man bypassing my gate with doorbell on my gate, and beware of dog sign posted on it, came to my door and knocked, and my two cockers sayin "Surely you Joust" They took turns eating up Buster Brown lol until he leaped over the fence, lol…omg… Rocky is totally opposite, he is so well socialized with all other pets, and with children and adults alike, He could easily get a job at Pet_Smart as their official greeter and never miss a stroke. I have no intention of breaking his socialization patterns either, It is so nice to have a pet that works and plays well with others rather than the squabbles. You should see Rocky playing with my daughters Pitt Bull, The amazing thing about Bull Dogs is they use their front paws in playing like we use hands, Pitt Bulls included, so they actually slap each other in the pawing match trying to knock the tennis ball or other toy out of one anthers mouth. The Pitt Bull stands a little taller, But Rocky's weight and muscle doesn't allow much of a disadvantage, so it's so hilarious to watch them play, and they do this for hours at a time. It's so awesome….. I couldn't be a happier feel blessed Human Parent at his social skills. Kids Love him and so do adults, when he's out in the store, he's like a Rock star celebrity drawing crowds, and loving on everyone!! Not afraid of anything except me getting out of his sight Lmbo!