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On Tuesday me and Felony go to the vet and they will either give us the good news and tell us she can get her pin removed or the bad news that we still have to wait. My little girl has been caged like a hamster for 2 months! Since the second day I had her. Its really hard the vet says don't even let her out to do anything, but it breaks my heart to see her sitting in a cage looking at me as if to say, Mommy why can't I play too? I just hope this whole ordeal will be over soon. Wish us luck!
 

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OH HOW SAD I HOPE YOU GET GOOD NEWS. MY LAST DOG GOT RAN OVER AND HIS PELVIS WAS CRUSHED HE WAS CRATED FOR 6 WEEKS AND IT WAS TERRIBLE. IT IS HARD TO WATCH THEM LOCKED UP AND HURTING!!!
MY PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU!!!!!!!!! :wave:
 

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Thank you so much everyone!!! My boyfriend is really sick of hearing me rant about the stupid breeder and how "maybe I could let her out just for a few minutes." But he never lets me of course! I can't believe how long she's been caged. I also have a question I have been meaning to ask, sometimes Felony seems to be aggressive toward people, like my mom, Felony will bite and growl at her and even my boyfriend sometimes, I thought this could be because they never disapline her or could it be that she's frustrated from being caged for so long? I just hope that when she is able to run for the first time!! That it might help her burn that energy and the aggression. Sorry it so long, and thanks again everyone I'l let you know what the vet says.
 

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Your pup has to be socialised some chi's as in any breed can be very aggressive and some are just very protective of a family member or their domain. I dont know the full story as to how you acquired it or how old it is. enough love and consistancy with training and trained with love not abuse he should be fine dont ever let the children become the master you are Alpha.
 

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She is socializied, people come over and we have two other dogs too. she doesn't do it all the time either is kind of just occasionally, I was just curious if her being caged for so long could cause her to be frustrated and therefore making her aggressive every now and then. You are right she should be socialized more but its really hard when her leg is broken like it is. I try to socialize her as much as possible without letting her run, when she get the ok from the vet i plan to socialize her more.
 

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yes, being caged like she has to be right now can frustrate her and make her crumpy.. Especially since she is so young.. I hope she can get out soon and start playing like a puppy again.. I hope her leg is all better soon..

Have you talked to the vet yet?
 

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I would love to get her a play mate! But as of right now with her leg and all I kinda got to wait till everything is all over and then, I think I'll talk my boyfriend in to it! :D I have talked to her vet but he just says "lets see what happens" So I guess we'll just have to see.
 
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