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Yes, it probably was an owner problem. The owner passed away and left it with a friend who leaves it with me. He's getting better but a few vicious snarls makes me hesitant to push him.Head sail. That sounds like a dog/owner problem. What have you been doing to the dog. Flying him around the mast in a harness?
Carry him. It's a tiny dog. Even people with 70lb dogs often do that, depending on the companionway ladder.I am looking for ideas and recommendations for ways to allow our 14# dog to have access in and out of cabin on my sailboat?
The poor pup may have been crew on a Hobie Cat and is expecting to be abused by the captain while on a trapeze ?What have you been doing to the dog. Flying him around the mast in a harness?
He's getting better but a few vicious snarls makes me hesitant to push him.
Jack Russell ? HeheI had a 14 lb terrier that could easily jump the 4 ft picket fence in my front yard.
Not only do the teeth come out, he's fast as lightning going for my hand. The owner tried to tame him by snipping his gonads but that probably just T-ed him off. Funny thing is he's still trilled to see me as long as I don't say "wanna go to the boat"?.Just snarl back... You have to establish who is the Alpha in the relationship... Sounds like the dog may have a good snarl...