This is a question more than a tip, but maybe others out there have the same problem. My 2 year old MinPin/Boarder Collie mix has a strange habit. Whenever I give him attention, like hugs, kisses, even pats, he growles and sometimes even snarls. I know this sounds like an aggression problem, but at the same time he is doing this he is pushing into me for more love. Can anyone tell me why he does this? I am very concerned, be cause he does the same thing to my neighbor, who he does like, but it scares her and her child because it looks and sounds like he is about to attack. Any feedback would be helpful. Thanks.View Thread
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