Solution step-----have Marcus drive all the way to see the dog, pick up the dog, and surrender the dog to rescue to enjoy safety for the rest of its life.
Last edited by tall grass pugs; 06-14-2012 at 11:04 PM.
I cannot say this clearly enough for your MIL----please surrender the pug to rescue.
It is worth pointing out that this will happen again, and could also happen to a neighbor child or passing dog walking with his owner. If your mother in law likes, she can certainly call me and we can talk about it, but she really only has two intelligent choices. Keep the pug and put the other dog down, tomorrow morning. Or keep the dog that tore the pug to ribbons, and surrender the pug to rescue tonight.
Even if your MIL knows her stuff, this is a lesson she cannot avoid taking to heart. This will happen again, and she cannot make an intelligent excuse as to the boxer's hyper sensitivity, if it is aggressive at all EVER it needs to go away forever. From what you are saying, the three dogs are allowed to be in the same room when someone is there-----wonder woman couldn't stop the pug from being shredded the next time this happens.
Many boxers do very well with pugs!
I'm sorry, I do not feel that keeping a dog aggressive dog in a multidog house is wise...or fair!!!!
Chairperson of PDCA Rescue Committee
I have two Boxers and six pugs and the boxers are great with the pugs and my 10 pond little peke I never leave them alone the pugs rule over the boxers
Saydie isn't a boxer. I was just referring to a earlier post.