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The Angry Chi in a Basket

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This little Chi is adorable but definitely has some anger issues. What would you tell these pet parents about how to handle their dog?

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Sunday 15th of November 2020

Do not stick your hand in his face. Just reach out and pick him up and hug and pet him fom the side.

Saturday 21st of March 2020

This is fur child abuse. Wish I could show him how it feels to be picked on like that. They will reap what they sow.

Saturday 21st of March 2020

Clearly he is upset and being aggravating. Sticking your hand in his space when he’s is not comfortable as it is does not help. It seems he is trying to protect his space of that basket because he is probably uncertain of things you need to respect that.

judith eller

Tuesday 3rd of December 2019

STOP DRIVING THE DOG CRAZY POOR THING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GET OUT OF THEIR FAce!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sunday 1st of December 2019

When I got my first mini chi my granddaughter was 5 and my grandson 2...they were taught not to pick her up and to let her come to them. But my girl was trained that she was not allowed to be snippy and snarky just because she’s tiny. The problem with the snippy small dogs is people laugh and make it a joke rather than correcting the behavior, of animal or human, that triggers the nasty behavior. People are always amazed how well behaved my girls are but I wasn’t going to tolerate snippy snappy dogs.

Cathy

Sunday 1st of December 2019

Good advice. So when your chi was snippy and snarky, what did you do to correct that behavior?