Our Naughty Weim

Roy boy is doing well!

~He is pure muscle and sass.

He has a few aggressive tendencies, on a leash and when anyone enters our house without a proper introduction he will go after someone. Off leash he is totally fine and friendly.  I am unsure of why he’s decided to be so naughty on leash and over the house as we socialized so much! Parks and camping and family gatherings all the time!
Roy8He is so sweet and loving to us, like putty in our hands he is and to everyone else he knows and loves. We wouldn’t trade him for the work he is such a character!
Although his brother, on the other hand, would gladly trade him 😉 Zeus is old and can’t keep up with Roy for too long!

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Posted on October 29, 2017, in Information and Education, Mesquite X Stackhouse, Previous Pup Update and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. On our walks with Maizie, we often meet a male Owyheestar Weim who is also aggressive on the leash. The family is so nice. Maybe he is protecting them.

  2. I think this can happen for a number of reasons. Territorial problems are part of this Weim’s issues, but the leash and going after other dogs etc. is not a good thing. I really think this can and should be solved. I posted it so maybe we could get advice and Jan of course wrote her thoughts. I don’t think this is as bad as it sounds on paper–we have dialogued but still I think even with doing the right things you have to stay after this. …….leash behavior is so important for reasons too many to list. :O)

  3. Too many don’t get the leash thing correct. It can cause a myriad of issues–and off leash the Weim is a dream so they go that way. We feel leash compliance is a must. They have to want to do what you need them to do. End of story.

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