Dog at Large

by Breanna
(California )

We have a Pyrenees puppy on our property and she’s a cutie although she is constantly, as of lately, pushing into my toddler. My daughter is 2 1/2 and anytime she is on the ground the puppy DOES NOT stop pushing into her I will try to tel her be nice, and have to push her away in which she just continues to push into my daughter where I have to pick my daughter up altogether. The owners of this puppy do not train her and she just has run of the property, I feel very uneasy. Is this normal? What do I do?

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Puppy behaviour
by: Donna

The puppy should be contained in a securely fenced area and not allowed to wander. Tell them to keep the puppy contained. If they don't, contact your local authorities to complain about the dog being at large. There must be some by-laws in this regard.

If the puppy is just pushing, he's being a puppy if there is no growling involved or biting. But, this behaviour will escalate as he matures. You are not comfortable with how the puppy is behaving so the puppy should not be on your property.

It's also a danger for the puppy. Surely he is wandering anywhere and everywhere and will continue to widen his scope of wandering as he matures. He could be poisoned, shot, stolen or hit by a car.

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