As you guys know, I have Snowball. A Westie or West Highland Terrier. The fence to separate my neighbour's house and mind has holes in it and one large one that can fit my neighbour's Golden Retriever. It has been a few days already.. I think it started last Sunday or Monday.. Whenever I play with Snowball at the garden, this Golden Retriever (my neighbour's) goes through the large hole and jumps on me and then licks my hand. Then later, he will smell my Westie and chase her. Are they playing or is there something wrong with my neighbour's Golden Retriever? Today, something more weird happened, the Golden came to my garden again at the afternoon when I was playing with Snowball. Instead of me playing with Snowball, the Golden just comes in the way.. leaving Snowball behind. I've told this to my neighbour. He says it's normal. Is it?
Goldens are very loving, playful dogs, so I can see where he would want your attention, especially if he is not getting much at home. On the flip side, I would patch the hole in the fence if this is concerning you. A fence would be both of your responsibilities, but I would be proactive and repair it if you do not want him in your yard. If you can't afford new fencing, I would at least fill it with rock or cover with cinder blocks or something that cannot be dug out. Goldens love to dig and he may eliminate in your yard also, so maybe a gate would be better than a hole, so that you may control the play.
Also, if both are still intact, could be a nightmare for you when she is in heat.
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Good advice ^^^ and I might add that Snowball is also around about 7-8 weeks now? Westies are not large dogs and Goldens are so I would just really watch him with her and don't let him hurt her. No that he ever would intentionally harm her but just rough playing, with the difference in size, it might be an issue.
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Actually, it's fine for my neighbor's Golden Retriever to get through that hole in the fence. My neighbor already trained his Golden obedience and even trained it to do those fun tricks. I suppose it's okay though since the Golden plays with Snowball. Neighbor also says his Golden Retriever is a friendly, loyal and fun, active dog. And he LOVES to play with other dogs. I believed him so.. if it plays too rough with Snowball... I have got to tell him.