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    Tiny monster

    I just wanted to say I have a new Monster, a Maltese dog, my mother wanted to leave HIM in the wood because he was "too loud"
    As he was only listening to me my new burden was given to me!
    Now I have a tiny thing who like to play and is very dominant, I have already felt his teeth, one day he robbed a part of pizza, I tried to take it back, very wrong idea, he bit like an enraged bird, I was bleeding a lot, it can looks stupid to say but he really felt sorry.

    Today I found a tennis ball in the garden and we were playing together, he seemed to like that ball so I bring it to him (he sleep in my bed, I know, that's not good), but I tried to play again with him with this ball, and mr monster tried to bit me again, but this time my monster did not bite, I felt his teeth, after that he ran to a corner and was like "sulking".

    I know it is not nastiness as we clearly loves each other and this behavior happens only in certain condition but maybe I have to start again a new education.
    This agressivity started when a vet beated him because he was not still before an injection, always had bad experience with vets, before that a vet broke a toe bone on purpose on another dog but it is another story.

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    Re: Tiny monster

    Awww! I am soooo happy for you that you have a new friend. Maltese are beautiful animals. I think you are getting along well with him. Considering he was abused by a Vet....how shameful, he is settling well. As you say, birds bite too!! Your mom was kind and thoughtful to give him to you! You will have such fun with him, and I sure would not be concerned about him sleeping w
    with you. Many dogs sleep that way at night.

    Enjoy your journey with him. Congrats!!!! We will welcome updates anytime!
    [/COLOR] I'm owned by my two sweet budgies, Muffin and Marlee.

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    Re: Tiny monster

    I am happy you got another dog and hope you can somehow get it to stop biting you.
    Fly Free Boomer, we will forever love you.

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    Re: Tiny monster

    I know how, we understand each other.
    He was "grounded" in the bathroom everyday because he was barking and has only the right to be outside 5mn a day to ****. Prison life.
    The first time I think he bit me because he thought I was robbing his food, the second time he did not really bite me, he closed his jaws around my finger but it was not really a bite, after that he ran on the corner of the room, flat-vented, since then it never happened.

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    Re: Tiny monster

    Dogs are great. Besides birds, I also have a dog. As for him in your bed, dogs think sleeping with you makes you one of his group. Dogs tend to sleep together. It is allright to do.

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    Re: Tiny monster

    Noooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!

    The Monster struck again, without telling me my mother brought MY dog to the barber shop, he turned totally crazy showing fangs to everybody approaching him except me. How many time will it take to them to understand I'm the only one who knows who to reassure him ?

    The poor thing is almost bald in plain winter, but he retaliated himself


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    Re: Tiny monster

    He sure is cute but your right the winter is just not the best time for a dog to be almost bald! It least he is safe inside a house and hopefully he is quick potty dog when he has to go outside to go to the bathroom.
    Fly Free Boomer, we will forever love you.

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    Awwww!!! He is soooooooo precious. Here, we have knitted sweaters and coats for dogs.
    [/COLOR] I'm owned by my two sweet budgies, Muffin and Marlee.

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