I can't think of anything, except the fact that they may bark or back off from people that they don't know, but once someone speaks to them they seem to be okay. They don't trust children, at all. We live out, and they don't see many people, and probably were not socialized like they should have been.
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current weight: 149.0
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Oh my I've missed out on a lot, sorry for the slacking! It's been crazy! I promise to keep up better =)
As for Buddy he doesn't seem to like faces that are covered, don't know why though. My childhood dog used to hate hats but she was beaten as a puppy by her first owner by a male and he was a farmer so assumed he always wore a hat. Dogs are funny creatures!!!
Taking my days one pound at a time! I'm being the change I want to see in myself!
It's the fact that other people than Dave and I even EXIST that freaks Jen out! The problem of living out in the woods where she doesn't see other people very often. We have friends who visit us often whom she knows and is completely relaxed with, but when repairmen come over, I usually put her in my room or on a leash so I can hear myself think!
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