George thinks it is his role to take control of all matters – even with me and Charlie.
When Mini Tyke annoyed me and I wanted to tell her off, George stopped me in my tracks. Mummy was impressed for one millisecond until he turned around and told her off instead!!!! That was a shocker as George has never been aggressive towards hoomans. But Mini Tyke, she’s well, a little annoying and needed to be told off.She likes to hit me and then put her face really close to mine.
And when the painters at our home made a loud noise, it is I who would usually go and bark at them. Once again, George told me off and then proceeded to bark at the men!
What’s going on, little guy? Why do you think you need to be the leader of the pack?Even at our Cockapoo Meets, George, being the dinkiest of us all would ward off any “intruders” – he’s like the bouncer at clubs.
How he knows when a dog isn’t a poodle cross is beyond us. He has forgotten to look in the mirror lately.Ah, maybe it’s because he wants to be the only one that is different. So he tells off every dog that isn’t a doodle cross.
George has small dog syndrome. Maybe he should have been named Napoleon!
But he’s also a bit daft! He doesn’t understand computers and all these electronic devices. Mummy had videoed Charlie with a squeaky toy. But when Mummy played back the video, Georgie, well, he just couldn’t understand why the computer was squeaking.
Well, we now know iMacs are hardy – they can’t be destroyed by a lunatic like George!
But in the end, all that bravado, he just wants to be loved.
May’s comment: We have come a long way – for a long while, Darcy didn’t like men. She was terrified one when she was a puppy and since that day male energy never resonated with her. But in the last few days when we had workmen in our home, she barked when they arrived but not with fear, just because they’re strangers. But on Day 2, she was just being a dog and once they came in, she was so chilled. Maybe it’s because they love dogs. And she always knows when they don’t.