It didn't change until he filled out. Then his real bark floored me.
Plus he's a watch dog. This is his yard and house. Actually he barks more when he's inside, then when he is out side.
My downhill neighbors son brought a large young dog and it attacked my fence as Charlie & I were playing catch.
Charlie, with ball in is mouth, shook himself, then dropping the ball the both went at on the fence.
The neighbor's son told us to let the argue it out. No way. I don't believe in encouraging aggressive behavior. Grabbing Charlie I was able to direct him up the back stairs and inside.
That was a strange dog. It wasn't one of theirs. None of them called it off. In fact their son thought it was funny. 8-[ Not!
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