What is the deal with this? Gunner was whining and barking and sticking his butt in the air (front end on the ground) doing his universal "I wanna play, do you?" stance. First the Huskies owner was like, "They can play as long as they don't tear each other apart." I told him the worst mine ever do is lick and jump. Tira could have cared less about this pup since I had a floppy frisbee out that we were playing with. (I had her collar off while we were playing until I saw the guy and his pup walking and put her collar back on *like a good owner*.) Anywho, Gunner wanted to play and the guy said o.k. I let him get to the end of his leash and the husky pup went behind his owner and "hid" *I guess*. When he finally got the courage to come back out, after Gunner stopped barking, this little 8 week old puppy audibly growled (not a puppy growl) and pulled on his leash trying to get at Gunner(who had stopped barking and was sitting there looking rejected). Don't puppies inherently know that butt in the air and front end down is a play sign? Why would a pup that young show agression? Is it common of Siberian Huskies to be agressive? Just curious. I guess I know to leave this guy and his pups alone. At least it was on a leash.