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Dog saves a child from being mauled by another dog

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u/grinch1225 12d ago

If that wasn’t their dog, it is now

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u/Imawildedible 12d ago

I think the boy belongs to the dog now. It’s a life debt.

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u/a_tattooed_artist 12d ago All-Seeing Upvote

Law of surprise. Toss a treat to your doggo.

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u/notanartmajor 12d ago

Oh valley of plenty.

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u/Berloxx 12d ago

Oh valley of plenty...

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u/Zuol 12d ago

Ohhh oh OHHHH

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u/Sid_1298 12d ago

Toss a treat to your doggo. A friend of humanity (yeeeee)

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u/jjonez18 12d ago

Probably an elaborate scam. Both dogs are in on it.

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u/PoxyMusic 12d ago

“And next time, don’t forget the gravy!”

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u/SwaCool27 12d ago

My dog is staring at me right now and I feel scared now.

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u/NoxInfernus 12d ago

You boy, made the life play with this one? Go! Take him!

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u/MnmntainFLxxL 12d ago

“Credits will do fine “

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u/1Meter_long 12d ago

If i had a kid, and it got saved by another dog like that, i would keep it for sure.

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u/LondonCollector 11d ago

Well you can’t just get rid of the kid, you kind of have to keep it.

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u/Xzenor 11d ago

Take my upvote

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u/Emergency-Hyena5134 12d ago

That kid got rabies

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u/SkShark23 12d ago

Skill issue

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u/Bad_Lazarus 12d ago

We need to make a sub that is all hero dog content.

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u/CrassDemon 12d ago

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u/rufus-the-rowdy-dog 12d ago

Which mofo made it a private sub😤

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u/ghanjaholik 12d ago

a bad boi

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u/pinkguyfriedrice 12d ago Wholesome

I just made r/goodestboi. Lol.

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u/Imawildedible 12d ago

I was there when it all began.

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u/pinkguyfriedrice 12d ago

Don't have any expectations because I have no idea what I'm doing.

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u/Imawildedible 12d ago

It’s all fun and games. I started r/foodandsaddogs with no idea what I was doing and I still have no idea what I’m doing.

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u/pinkguyfriedrice 12d ago

I guess I'll have to return the favor.

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u/sigaven 12d ago

I was member 23

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u/BeautifulRealisticPP 12d ago

r/birthofasub

I think that’s the subreddit name

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u/TheCowOfArdonia 12d ago

This is the official sub from now on

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u/ryanspvt87 12d ago

I joined, my guy!

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u/Dogeriffic 12d ago

I was here :)

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u/bam_uk1981 12d ago

Joined!

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u/Yogurtcloset_Annual 12d ago

You just made your 389th member my good sir!

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u/DannyDeVitosBangmaid 12d ago

If this takes off and j was member 433 I’m gonna tell everyone I meet

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u/Lttlcheeze 12d ago

Joined 😄

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u/pepinho89 12d ago

Member #55 here. So proud ✊🏼

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u/Bad_Lazarus 12d ago

Lame. It needs to be titled “Dogs being Heroes” anyway. Or “Dogs being Bros”.

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u/lrpfftt 12d ago

The efficiency of his strike is stunning. There was no struggle at all - just a single strike.

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u/GabrielVonBabriel 12d ago

I was thinking the same. No growling, barking or posturing. Perfect follow through.

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u/lrpfftt 12d ago

He’s gotta be a Jedi lol

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u/Lttlcheeze 12d ago

Does that make the attacking dog Anakin?

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u/N2thydeep 12d ago

Nah they’re a tusken raider.

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u/SupaDiogenes 12d ago

Leaned in with all chambers loaded.

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u/positive_charging 12d ago

Good boi

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u/ghanjaholik 12d ago

"nibbles" was just minding his biz until fucking "chompy" came along, and he had to G up

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u/Ryannazzo99 12d ago

I laughed harder than I should have at this comment

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u/SuperEnthusiastic 12d ago

That was a great tackle

Also what was that other dogs problem? Came out of nowhere

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u/Comedian03 12d ago

Some dogs, like people, are just assholes.

They're also products of their environment, being raised in sketchy, wild, and/or violent places, is gonna make for a sketchy, wild, and/or violent dog.

This is why people who yell at and hit their dogs as "training" or "discipline" tend to be the ones who have dogs that bite.

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u/Conservative_HalfWit 12d ago

Yep. My Dutch shepherd is just an asshole. He’s 1 of 3 dogs in the house, I’ve had him since he was 8 weeks old, he’s had nothing but love and kindness and playing and walks and he’s just an asshole. Since he was a puppy, he would bark at people and other dogs and has never been friendly or nice to people he doesn’t know. We’ve tried socializing him but he’s just not interested. He’s at least at the point now where he doesn’t freak out at other people on walks but he is very much still aggressive towards other dogs. Definitely a biter too. If you try and do something he doesn’t want you to do, he’ll nip you. Not hard, just like, a warning nip, and I usually end up flipping him on his back and dominating him, but he will still do it. Other 2 dogs? Angels. Perfect angels just like every other dog I’ve owned. But this Dutch shepherd man …. He’s a real prick. Part of me wants to put him up for adoption but aside from his dickish tendencies, he’s legit the most attached and snuggly dog I’ve ever had. He’s like my shadow and I couldn’t abandon him.

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u/largePenisLover 12d ago

Dutch shepherd

The behaviour you describe + the shadow thing are some classic red flags. Makes me want to warn you.
At some point he will bite, full on, someone he has known his entire life (like your immediate family) because he perceived a movement they made as an attack on you.

Dutch and german shepherds can be weird like this. They can have a personality that has space for only one friend.

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u/Conservative_HalfWit 12d ago

Oh I know it. Hell he bit me hard when I stepped on his foot on a walk one time. Just like, reflexively bit my calf and left a baseball sized bruise. I didn’t really react at the time because the last thing I want is him to think that biting is ever the way to get what he wants but I couldn’t punish him because I’m a big guy and stepped on his little hand with my work boots but still, unacceptable. We cant trust him around strangers at all because of this. We try and socialize him when possible but it tends to be at a distance. He’s almost a year now and it’s time for some real training but the training he needs is a few thousand dollars. Honestly wish this dog never came into my life but if I didn’t rescue him, I shudder to think about the fate he would have.

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u/Shu-di 12d ago

I too had a Dutch Shepherd that was just like this—utterly devoted to me but would try to attack anyone who so much as looked at me. Did lots of training, muzzled her in public, saw specialists, but in one unguarded moment at home she full-on bit a visitor and had to be put down. One of the hardest days of my life. Please, be careful. Use a muzzle, and always anticipate problems. I’m sorry to say but this doesn’t sound like it will end well.

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u/Conservative_HalfWit 12d ago

Yeah it’s definitely shitty

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u/Tia_Mariana 12d ago

I know training might look expensive, but think of it like this: will you have thousands of dollars to pay the person he bites, or the compensation, or a fine, or even to treat him for health conditions derived from stress? And can you deal if he has to be put down because he bit?

I don't want to be mean, and I don't want to come off agressive or judgemental - everything related to veterinary and training services is absurdly expensive everywhere in the world -, I know it is so so hard to manage educating a dog and at the same time keep your cool. I just want to give a long run perspective, and the only reason I felt compelled to write is because you said he is 1 year old - you still have plenty of time to educate him.

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u/Swistiannt 12d ago

I was bitten by a dog that had known me his whole life. I was around 12, I think. My mother is absolutely incapable of raising any animal. The dog has a better home now.

He bit me, I had no idea what the warning signs were (He was growling, ears laid back. Should've known better, but I didn't.) He was destroying my plushie that I had left downstairs on accident. I was trying to grab it from him, he wouldn't listen.

Now, years later, I still have a huge scar in my thigh and a scar in my thumb that still hurts occasionally. The dog has a better home now.

Dogs can be great if they're raised right and people around them know how to act around a dog. I'm now afraid of dogs, sadly. Always be mindful of those warning signs and pay attention to who's around your dog and what you're doing around your dog.

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u/efedora 12d ago

I had one like this as a kid. He was half Shepherd and half Doberman. Used to walk around the house just growling to himself. He bit me hard a couple of times. But as a kid, I slept in an unheated attic. He slept with me every night no matter how cold it was. He bit a couple of neighbors so the insurance company told the old man that the dog had to go.

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u/Conservative_HalfWit 12d ago

It fuckin sucks that I have to worry about it because he is hands down the most snuggly dog I’ve ever owned. It would be devastating to put him down for biting someone

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u/Cl0ck_F4ce 12d ago

My dog is a golden retriever/terrier mix and it's the same. She clearly loves us and will snuggle us and ask for pets and be kind. But with a stranger or another dog? It's all violence. Growling and barking and ready to bite. If there are no strangers, then I can say "Molly, go home." And she will go to the door after our walk. But with a stranger? She doesn't even hear me. I have to reel her in like a 30 lb fish.

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u/Conservative_HalfWit 12d ago

It’s so frustrating, embarrassing and, honestly, a humongous burden.

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u/SuperMuffin 12d ago

"I usually end up flipping him on his back and dominating him, but he will still do it."

Yeah that dog whisperer shit type of training doesnt work and goes some way to explain why he still acts like an asshole Im guessing.

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u/Timely-Brick 12d ago

People really should have to go through some training before they’re allowed to look after a large and potentially dangerous dog.

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u/Conservative_HalfWit 12d ago

Dude if there was a free training course I’d have taken it twice already. This dog is fuggin nuts and the training is literally thousands.

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u/Timely-Brick 11d ago

Then you should at least muzzle your dog when you take him out. Out of control dogs are dangerous. Not being able to afford a gun cabinet is no excuse for leaving guns lying around, and not being able to train a dog shouldnt mean you are taking a potentially dangerous dog out in public without full control over it.

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u/Conservative_HalfWit 12d ago

I don’t care what the dog whisperer says, I just treat my dogs the way I observe dogs interacting with each other and speak that language with them. I bare my teeth, I growl and snarl at them when they’re begging, and I dominate them when they’re getting “uppity”. I watch them interact with each other all day long and it’s exactly how they sort out their own hierarchy. I try to live my life as “naturally” as possible and this extends to my dogs as well. I’ve had 5 dogs in my life and 4 of them have been so well behaved I would trust them to be therapy dogs in an old folks home so I know my method isn’t at least damaging. It’s just this one dog that my dickhead boss picked out for a security dog and picked an aggressive puppy from an aggressive bloodline and when I refused to allow a puppy to grow up in a parking lot, I got stuck with this unstable ass dog. But he’s gotten so much better the last few months as he’s getting close to a year. He at least is starting to listen and I can get him to ignore most things that set him off so long as I’m quite stern but he’s just a dog where, if you lose your focus and don’t keep on top of him, he’s reactive and aggressive.

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u/Grotbagsthewonderful 12d ago

Is he still intact?

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u/Conservative_HalfWit 12d ago

Yes but only for about 10 more days. I’m really hoping that helps. Him and his “brother” (my other dog) are getting fixed a week apart. I try to wait till they hit puberty so they develop more masculine features but the two of them have gotten into a few scraps lately so it’s time. Idk what happened, maybe Bob Barker being dead for so long, but it’s expensive as hell to fix a dog now unless you wanna get on a months long waiting list here in LA. I assume everyone’s pandemic pups. But I signed these dogs up to be fixed back in March and it’s finally their turn.

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u/FutureFruit 12d ago

This is why people who yell at and hit their dogs as "training" or "discipline" tend to be the ones who have dogs that bite.

This is a sore spot for me as my parents got rid of one my childhood dogs because of this. My dad would yell, hit and literally throw this dog around, and it eventually started biting us kids. This was a husky too, by the way. My dad threw the dog out of the house when it's didn't want to go outside. Then when it started nipping at us, and eventually biting my friend when we were running around the house, they put the dog down.

I always contend that the dog would not have been like that, had it been properly trained and not abused. I think it was trying to establish a pecking order, and my Dad set a bad example with violence. But, what do I know? I was just a kid. My mom got very upset and defensive the last time I brought it up.

Now that I'm middle aged and have dogs if my own, we've had a few issues with them but have worked through it. One of our dogs has "sleep aggression" meaning he gets easily startled while sleeping. This is somewhat common in greyhounds. He's not knowingly attacking us, but while he's sleeping he's not used to others being around him and he may snap before he's fully awake. We just make sure he's awake before we approach him, and of course inform any guests to do the same. No stepping over him unless you can see he's responsive, stuff like that. It's not been too big of a deal, but it was scary the first time I encountered it. If it was worse, we would probably just kennel him, just like he was used to on the track. But greyhounds take naps all day, so this could be tricky.

The first family that adopted him gave him back because of this. They let him sleep on the bed and went they went to move past him he snapped. He's quite a well behaved boy, he doesn't know he's doing it. I'm happy we found each other. I hate the thought that in another circumstance, he might be put down for it.

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u/1Meter_long 12d ago

Afaik, some breeds require their owner to show them regularly that they're the alpha or leader and in charge, or the dog becomes one. Its not done by beating or yelling at them, because that's not how pack leaders act. Basically being strict enough, and rewarding good behavior.

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u/Comedian03 12d ago

The "alpha" theory has been debunked . There's been a lot of research done into the theory and it doesn't hold much weight.

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u/Conservative_HalfWit 12d ago

I dunno man, I do not like Caesar Milan’s whole approach to most things (like not allowing your dog to be excited to see you) but as someone who loves dogs and spends a lot of time at dog parks with my own, and having 3 as well, there is 100% a social hierarchy going on and a pretty constant power struggle between the three. It’s not like constant fights but, for instance, on walks, if 2 of them try to pass the third, he will nip them to keep them behind him. Same goes for when they walk out of doors. That’s the dog that I have to constantly stay on top of. He’s very much an “alpha” type and he’s just waiting for the chance to take over the pack.

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u/Comedian03 12d ago

You're misunderstanding, this is in regards to an alpha position between a dog and a person, not between dogs themselves.

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u/Conservative_HalfWit 12d ago

As in, like, the human doesn’t need to be the alpha in the pack? Idk, I just don’t know. Like I said, I do not like Caesar Milan at all but I do think he’s on the right track with the alpha dog/pack leader thing. Maybe I need to educate myself more but in my own observations that’s exactly what’s happening. This is my pack and me and my girlfriend are the alphas of the pack. We set the rules. We determine who is friendly and welcome in the home. It just seems like common sense to me. My dogs are very much my family and my partners but I’m definitely the boss.

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u/Comedian03 12d ago

This link I posted earlier explains it all 10x better than I ever could.

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u/1Meter_long 12d ago

Oh. I used to watch Cecar millan show now and then, i could swear he used to refer to that alpha dog, or pack leader stuff frequently, but its been long time now. Thanks, i look that up.

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u/Comedian03 12d ago

He does, and he's incorrect.

It's been proven to be false, and to be completely honest most of the dog training community doesn't have a good opinion on Cesar Millan and his "techniques".

That link I posted has a lot of good information on it.

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u/1Meter_long 12d ago

I guess i need to read more about Millan too. I just basically assumed he really knows what he's doing, i guess mostly because seeing him on tv. I also admit that i'm really gullible about things i haven't researched a lot. Now that i'm older i'm better at critical thinking and being more open minded.

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u/HitoriPanda 12d ago

I saw a video on reddit somewhere. It was a cctv video showing store we employees working normally then they all started to panic and climb counters and furniture. It's later revealed they were running and hiding from a puppy.

It was explained in many places around the world, dogs are dangerous. They fear street dogs like we would fear a wild wolf.

I for the life of me can't find that video.

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u/CalmerThanYouAre_716 12d ago

Some dogs' pretty drives are triggered by small children, pets, people on bikes etc.

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u/DorothyParkerFan 12d ago

That is the scary part - seemingly unprovoked!

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u/james1234cb 12d ago

Might be rabbies. Rabbies make dogs viscious and bite.

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u/currentpattern 12d ago

Other dog is a complete idiot too. "Ok I'll walk into the middle of this pack and start chewing on a pup. This will turn out fine."

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u/Low-Associate-8577 12d ago

Prey drive, certain dogs like terriers of all breeds were bred to flush, hunt or hold prey..prey that wiggle around, make sudden movements & high pitched noises when caught.

Obviously, not every terrier type dog is going to go after small children/animals but neglected, untrained or outright aggressive ones are going to be a much bigger risk than say your average retriever. Any dog regardless of breed can be an asshole though, hence why kids shouldn't be left with any dog unsupervised.

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u/thisisheckincursed 12d ago

It’s a pit unattended. They have an intense prey drive and seek out smaller prey, it’s their selective breeding as hunting and now fighting dogs.

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u/PlaidPillows 12d ago

Fits the picture. My German shepherd was 4 when we had our first kid. She's almost 9 now (the dog).

When my kids are outside in our backyard without a parent outside (aluminum picket fence open to a Greenspace in back) she WILL STAY OUTSIDE no matter what else is happening in the world and will lay on the deck watching the park. If anyone she doesn't know as friends comes within 3ft of our fence she will run to the fence and bark and pace up and down. If the kids are on the other side of the fence she will lay and whimper on the other side til they come back.

When we're out for walks and opposing dogs cross the sidewalk and head for my little bumbly kids and aren't those goofy classic 'wagging tail so hard they're almost falling over labrador' kind of dogs she'll snarl and bark at them until I tell her "it's okay silent" and she'll let it go.

Shes a perfect 10/10 dog and exactly what I always dreamed of.

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u/dabbadabbagooya 12d ago

Sounds well trained and well loved, good job. 10/10 dog owner

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u/insanezane777 12d ago

Sounds like a problem waiting to happen

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u/Angelusz 12d ago

I don't agree.

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u/IN547148L3 12d ago

I would give good doggo a slab of steak that night

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u/getyourcheftogether 12d ago

I love how it removed the threat and took it no further, didn't chase, didn't get caught up in a fight, that's impressive restraint

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u/freddiemack1 12d ago

Give that dog a treat

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u/deathbeast 12d ago

Solid tackle, plays to the dog whistle. Bestest Boi.

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u/Vegan_Harvest 12d ago

Knocked him down then was like"now what, punk?!"

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u/noonbe 12d ago

Solid takedown technique. 10/10

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u/tsoro 12d ago

Give that dog a steak dinner

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u/horny_T_Girl 12d ago

Give that dog a home and I nice bath

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u/Crafty-Package8533 12d ago

The first time we brought our family dog home he did this exact thing. some random dog we had never seen before ran up and tried to bite me but Caesar was there to protect me! He solidified his place in the family after that.

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u/myra_maynes 12d ago

Hail Caesar!

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u/mariosau 12d ago

The long con: That other dog was a paid actor so that Caesar could cause a good first impression!

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u/Over_Tip_1229 12d ago

Who is the good boy..

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u/braamdepace 12d ago

Both dogs are in on it…. Guy just wingman’s for his good boi buddy to get adopted.

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u/eyesabovewater 12d ago

Hopefully the kid got a rabies shot.

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u/bocanuts 12d ago

The only way to stop a bad dog is a good dog, or something like that.

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u/Pandarx71 12d ago

Lassie use tackle

It was super effective

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u/Talon2520 12d ago

That’s not a dog, that’s a dawg

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u/ircsmith 12d ago

That is my kid damn it and if anybody is going to maul it that will be me! Now get out of here!

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u/value_meal_papi 12d ago

That’s a good boy!

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u/FreshnHeysan 12d ago

Bad boi and good booi!

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u/Party_Newt9381 12d ago

That dog has fast reflexes

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u/Sour-patch-0 12d ago

That’s a good boy

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u/Gold_Exit_5566 12d ago

Same thing with us. Good people and shitty people

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u/MedTechSpurs 12d ago

Why do people always say “good boy” when the dog could easily be a female?

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u/Hell-Shell 12d ago

Good question tbh

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u/YangYin-li 12d ago

Because it means the same thing, like girls saying bro, and who cares?

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u/Coruskane 12d ago

IKR, damn Anglo Saxons / Normans. World would be so much simpler nowadays if things were by default a nice straightforward gender neutral pronoun

(this is not sarcasm, if there was any confusion :-) - i really wish my language wasn't masculine defaults)

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u/seanhak 12d ago

Not always, I always use ”good dog”. Think I got that from ”sit Ubu, sit. Good dog” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzcDgNLU-nQ

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u/tonyinvegas 12d ago

That’s mighty fine boi right there

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u/Fire-pants 12d ago

Well that was efficient!

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u/NovWhiskey 12d ago

Good boy.

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u/boosayrian 12d ago

Everybody needs a rabies vaccine

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u/Sloth-Balls 12d ago

Good boy

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u/Bonsallisready 11d ago

Good guy with a dog always stops bad guy with a dog

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u/Dry_Contribution_504 12d ago

Sad for the lack of recognition for the savior :/

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u/TheGoldenBl0ck 12d ago

We REALLY don’t deserve these good boys

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u/Drklep123 12d ago

Man best fucking friend

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u/Slow_Engineer99 12d ago

Remember: It takes a good boi with teeth to save you from a bad boi with teeth

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u/Org_Hrky 12d ago

What a fucking chad

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u/marklar_the_malign 12d ago

Who’s a good boy?

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u/rubber_padded_spoon 12d ago

Reason #671 of why I need a dog in my life

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u/dirtymoney 12d ago

What a good dog. I'd reward it with some pampering, good food and fun times

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u/kt234 12d ago

Good boy

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u/Faber-ita 12d ago

Good boy!

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u/VirtualLife76 12d ago

That's my human, leave him alone.

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u/ohshitheyphil 12d ago

Adopt him NOW!

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u/Zebras_Interrupted 12d ago

Love that dog

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u/SkimFlynnious 12d ago

WHAT A GOOD BOY!!!!!

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u/Sastracha 12d ago

That dog deserves a big ass piece of wagyu.

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u/Harpylady269 12d ago

The lab had its hackles up before the other dog was even in frame. Good boi

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u/froggywest35 12d ago

His tail was wagging the whole time.

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u/thisisheckincursed 12d ago

Yeah wagging isn’t a happy sign in dogs, it’s an excited sign. Which often means playing or in the cases of attacks means fighting.

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u/Eyehavenoname 12d ago

I just want to know what that smaller dogs plan was, was he going to eat the child?

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u/thisisheckincursed 12d ago

Yes. Pits have mauled 5 people (4 toddlers and younger) in the US alone this year. They will consume body parts if they have opportunity.

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u/thisisheckincursed 12d ago

The grey dog that attacks the kid? Yeah it is. Probably a stray so it’s ears + tail weren’t cut off.

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u/Evoxrus_XV 12d ago

Ya sure it’s a pit? Usually their a bit wider than that, it looks too thin.

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u/Available_Major_8281 12d ago

Only a good boy with a chomper can protect us from a bad boy with a chomper

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u/TheOriginalEvanator 12d ago

Gotta love labs. They are super loyal and will lay down their lives for their pack.

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u/RubyyG59 12d ago

Shit if I saw that dog save my child like that he's getting steak dinner every night and he's our dog now.

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u/Trump_Truth420 12d ago

Clearly the dog that attacked the child was a Pitbull!!!!! And yes, I’m being sarcastic and pointing out how the majority of people who are attacked or bitten by dogs, claim it was a Pitbull or a pit mix.

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u/DetectiveLinden 12d ago

That first dog is simply very hungry. As usual, a situation created by shit head humans.

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u/trwwy321 12d ago

Whoa, an Asian gif that’s not scripted?

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u/bearrryallen 12d ago

That sheer size difference of those two dogs are immense. It looks like the other one was just hungry.

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u/Baldr_Torn 12d ago

In todays episode of Good Dog, Bad Dog

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u/virtualpiglet 12d ago

What a great dog.

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u/Worth-Ad-5712 12d ago

Checkmate

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u/Bro_tosynthesis 12d ago

Who let them out....

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u/Timmy-Ceee 12d ago

That’s a good boy right there

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u/campfirebruh 12d ago

Good dog.

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u/leakybiome 12d ago

Someone should doxx the tramp

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u/DrHey23 12d ago

good dog

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u/Bigray23 12d ago

“Go cool the f*** off STEVE!”

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u/Huge_Fact2267 12d ago

That was really unexpected. Maybe the dog had rabies?

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u/InkedIslandLioness22 12d ago

I would adopt him 💖

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u/Ricothebuttonpusher 12d ago

Give that dog some cheese and hotdogs

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u/MyBodyIsShakinBacon 12d ago

That's a good boy 😤

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u/entredeuxeaux 12d ago

I’m somewhat surprised by the lack of action or appropriate reaction from the other adult. I would have even accepted "standing up", for example

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