A Biting Scottish Dog

There once was a lady who had never owned a dog before and had no experience at all with dogs. Yet she adopted a young Scottish Terrier. She had no idea, however, that puppies, in general, are inclined to biting on its owner's heels, since they relate this gentle biting to what they would do with their own mother. This lady would run and scream for help, getting the dog even more excited and playful, leading it to bite her heels even more.Conclusion: The young Scottish, aged 12 months, had wanted to attack his owner. The breeder bought it back from her. It is 1 year old now, and is perfectly normal. Had he stayed with his previous owner, he might have become a fierce dog, one likely to attack people.

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