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unlike us, they rarely attack to inflate egos, show strength (in attacking people, not other animals), to prove a point, to make themselves look good, out of jealousy, or for the sake of it. They do it because they feel scared, threatened, or angry at how they have been treated.

Tesse Tesse
18-21, F
1 Response Feb 22, 2009

ive heard of that happeneing a lot...... and although it definitely wasnt the childs fault, would you say it was the dogs? or it was because he was in pain? and was it a vicious attack, like some people would like to make out, on a short sharp bite to (in his mind) tell her to leave him alone cos hes in a lot of pain? <br />
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so many people would put a situation like taht down to him being aggressive or a poor pet, but its not..... if it was his puppy who was trying to talk to him or play with him when he was in pain, he would probably also give the pup a bite on the nose to tell it to stay away for now......