The Method: dodging

I have written before how to manage rude dogs. Recently there was a picture taken of me, working according to this Method™, so I will share it with you. But first I will tell you about the very nice walk I had on the beach. I always like going to the beach and it gets even better when my friends are there. This time my personal trainer Nicoline was there, with her pack of dogs! They are my friends too; when I stay with Nicoline I see them a lot. This time the pack was quite small, usually she walks with ten or sometimes even fifteen dogs:

Nicoline and friends

I like playing with almost all of them: running and chasing and boxing with each other. The big old German Shepherd in the middle thinks he is the boss of the group. I like to tease him. I run to him, bite him in the legs or his neck and run away very fast. He will chase me, but he is way too slow to catch up. So when I am at a safe distance I turn quickly and run towards him, as fast as I can. When I am almost bumping into him and he thinks he has me, I dodge aside so he misses me. It looks like this:

The Method

The funny thing is he knows I will do this, but still he waits for me and tries to get me when I am almost there. By the way, we don’t do this for a long time, usually after this running around we stop and start sniffing and searching for little crabs to eat. I tease him, he is not really angry with me. He just pretends, it is a game.

When I meet a dog I do not wholly trust, this is a very good Method™ to have some fun and in the same time avoid getting hurt. It only works when you are a very fast dog, mind you! Otherwise just make sure you are not in their way and do as I explained in this post.

 

 

 

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