SecondTalon wrote:Indeed. We know a few others who meet the definition of Anklebiters. In that, they bite my wife's ankles every time she's around them.addams wrote:Those little chihuahuas can be mean little dogs.
One remarkably vicious little beast can effect the way I see a whole breed.
There were more than one jumpy, grumpy chihuahua.
One was a dangerous dog. It was so little!
yes. Dogs are mistreated, sometimes.
On rare occasions the dog is at fault.
The people had to surrender that chihuahua.
That little bastard was hurting people and the people were crying.
I like dogs and many of them like me.
That little bastard bit me! It hurt, too.
If a big dog had bitten me with that kind of passion,
I would have an arm missing.
If you have a sweet little chihuahua, thank your lucky stars.
I know they can be sweet. I also know they can be a difficult dog to know.
And most others I've been around have pretty much always been loud, justified barking machines.
That being said, I'm sad to hear that you've been attacked by the tiny little bastards as well. It's never a pleasant experience, especially when the owner is laughing it off as their tiny bites can't do much actual damage, just cause pain. Causing pain's enough to be wrong.
Thank you for understanding.
In my case, the poor little ankle biter's people were crying.
It seems, like people, dogs can go a bit Nuts.
As their dog aged it became more and more aggressive.
There were two people in a large family that were safe with that little dog;
Then it turned on one of them. Poor dog. Poor family. Poor me.
That little AssHole of a dog really tore into me. I like dogs; I have been bitten before.
That was the third time in my entire life a dog bit me. That was the only time it was not explainable as a misunderstanding.
If that dog had been big, someone might have had to Tranquilize it.
It was like a the Legend of the Tasmanian Devil.
I know they can be sweet little dogs.
I knew a long haired Chawawa.
He got cold easy and shook.
He did not like being underfoot.
He liked being up in my face and that is where I liked him, too.