Mr. B also doesn't understand going around barriers, pooches or people. If Mr. B wants to get somewhere and you happen to be in his way, expect to get bulldozed. His foster mom informed us that he was once adopted and returned because he knocked over the adopter's child and stepped on him.
Every so often we will visit this secret dog park early in the morning, because it is quiet and empty. Once Mr. B is in the park, he will run a few laps at full-speed knocking over anything that happens to be in his path. A couple happened to bring in their puppy and dropped the puppy right in the middle of the path Mr. B was running. The poor puppy bounced off Mr. B like a flea and Mr. B kept running, not realizing that he ran into something.
Even in the house, Mr. B does not realize that he shares the place with another pooch. We always kong the pooches when we leave and sometimes Mr. B's Kong will end up in a precarious spot and he will do anything to get that Kong, even if it includes upsetting Miss M. See what happens and why he refuses to go back to the scene of the crime.
Can you believe he moved that whole crate with Miss M in it and pushed over and flipped the toy bin? He knew he was in trouble, no wonder why he scurried back like a little mouse. Miss M always finds a way to get back.