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First Butt Smelling

Took Amber for a walk yesterday's evening and saw an old couple walking with a Schnauzer. The couple seemed to like Amber a lot but their dog barked at us when we walked past them. Amber was afraid, she backed a few steps but did not bark back. I stood still while she tried to back away, I did not want her to be scared of barking so I told her to sit while the Schnauzer still barked at us. Then the old couple's wife spoke.

"My boy is trying to make friend with your toy poodle"

I said: "but he's barking loudly at us, kinda too excited to make friends huh?"

Then the wife replied: "Look at its tail, it's waggling harshly, they are friends now."

"But Barking is not a way to make friend with each other, let's wait for your boy to chill off a little first?" I replied.

Then I told the old couple to walk a few distance with their Schnauzer to calm him down first, I caught up with them after. The boy seemed to be not as excited as the first time but still barked when he saw Amber. I hold Amber up and SLOWLY went as close to the Schnauzer as possible then let him smell her butt (I want to let Amber be submissive). I wanted to let Amber smell his butt too but the old couple have no idea what to do, they thought our 2 doggies were already friends so they continued walking back to their house. Well, I am sure there will be a next time...LOL!


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