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That is awesome. I do this with my Lab and two Shelties in the backyard. They love this game. What a pleasure to see Hunter search and find them.
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Great video and a great example of coyotes work together. Sharing. So glad you filmed it. Just curious, were you concerned as they started getting closer? I hope you were able to shoot them if necessary. 
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The fawn and white colored Dane is not playing nor having fun throughout most of the video. Look at the pulled back ears, lowered trail and numerous look aways. That is a dog not having fun, particularly when the other dogs mount. At the middle you see a little of the more relaxed play, but then the one who mounted earlier comes back and it is no longer fun again. 
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Love potatoes of any kind too. :)

If we could all learn to let go of stress we would be a much healthier world. I can relate to eating crap too. It's something I am in the process of changing because I am also feeling the effects in my 40's. 

So nice to meet you and Jedi!
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I don't know what the person below is talking about. I don't see dominance at all. I see a Husky who is relaxed and having fun and gets aroused (i.e., excited) when the black dog starts picking on the black and white dog and joins. in. At this point, it would have been great to see a human intervene to break up the two on one dynamic as these type of bullying or excitable incidents can quickly get out of control, but these are not bad or "dominant" dogs, just aroused dogs.  Based on your shepherd's body language throughout the video, I would probably avoid dog parks or go when less busy. He doesn't really like it all that much. If you watch his body language he often has his tail down, looks away or disengages from another dog and will come back to you for reassurance. Both dogs seem to like one another. Both seem like awesome dogs.
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This is horrible. I can't believe no one intervened. 
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Joses' point still stands though, either way. When in the heat of the moment, the dogs aren't likely to know their owners until after they bit.
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I think too many of us have become bad pet owners. Irresponsible and inconsiderate. I am so sorry you had a bad day, but I think the top 5 complaints are examples of how we can all do our part to be better neighbors. BTW - I cannot see what I am typing in this  box. It's all white. :)
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Thanks for the invite Mary!
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Wow - we check everything at each available moment, don't we =) Happy 12/12/12 Mel!
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I am currently fostering one of the breeding dogs that was rescued from this place in 2013. She has been with me a year in a half now. She originally came from the Animal Humane Society where the dogs were taken after her facility was raided in 2013, but she was so unsocialized and fearful of humans that she could not be adopted out. Even though I have had her a year in a half, and have worked to build trust with her, it is only in the past two months that she has actually asked to be touched or petted. When I first got her, she was so terrified of people, sounds, lights and living in a home that she would hide behind my bed or in my closet. It took many weeks to get her to feel safe enough to come out into the living room with me and my dogs. I have been in touch with many of the owners of the other dogs rescues from this place and all suffer psychological and physical damage. One still has the imprint of a fence in her face as evidence of her time in this place. Do not buy puppies from this place. Past history shows how little she cares for her dogs. Don't support this breeding facility. She also goes by CountryPride Kennels.
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