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I have a 4 month old Pembroke Corgi who I decided to take to a local dog park recently. I had previously let him meet other friends dogs 1 on 1 and he seemed to be doing really well with them so I thought I'd give him a shot at the dog park. Big mistake honestly.
When we got there I walked him around the grounds for a bit and got him acclimated to his surroundings. A couple of dogs ran up and sniffed him. He seemed a bit unsure and fearful so the dogs just ran off back to there owners. I walked him up closer to the group and another pet owner had a 4 month old puppy hat was SERIOUSLY overwhelming and dove straight on top of him and pinned him down.
My dog did NOT like this at all and begin to yelp, rolled over on his back and immediately went into aggressive mode. That set off a chain of dogs to come running over to him and pile up on him biting him and attacking. Even the adult dogs..I pulled him out of the chaos and immediately left the park pissed at myself for not recognizing my dog was overwhelmed and pissed at the other pups owners.
I'm afraid I may have traumatized my pup in such a vital time in his socialization process. I was hoping for a good experience but got the complete opposite..😔
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