Jerry Lyda said:
It's cooler at that time.
Doodle took on Bentley, he lost but would gladly do it again. He got his jaw broke the first time and the very next day when Bentley was in his crate, Doodle went over lifted his leg and let Bentley know just what he thought about him. He's tuff and he knows it. He thinks he's ten feet tall and bullet proof. :wink:
OMG what Boston Terrier doesn't????? One attacked Achilles in the vet clinic when he was 5 months old! A neighbor kid said my dog "bit" him (he jumped up on him nad the kid had a little white mark) so I had to take the puppy to the vet to be evaluated (damn MP's...sorry Kristen). My neighbor was one of the vet tech's and they didn't see patients on Thursdays and I called ahead, but they didnt' think I'd be there already, so they left Mobley the BT out. I walked in and he RUSHES us and within seconds is firmly attached, snarling and growling, to Achilles's throat.
I wedge a finger into his open mouth and stick it down his throat so he lets go. Achilles just sits there panting. The vet came running out to see what all of the commotion was and then dies laughing about the "vicious" GSD who bit a child. Needless to say he passed his temperment test and I made them drop the charges, especially since the ER doc at the hospital had refused to file a report b/c there was no broken skin adn he insisted it wasn't a dog bite.
Anyway...those BT's are vicious little suckers. Doodle and Prissy? OMG I never wanna hear any of you making fun of my dogs' names again (j/k Jerry). Okay, you can laugh about Achilles's registered name: Harras. Just wrong IMO...how the heck can you name a dog "Harras" and keep a straight face???? His bothers were Hero, Hasko, and Hanko. His sisters Hera, Holly, and Hanka. I think Hohe Wart kennels should have their naming privileges revoked!