High Seas, you are correct about location.
When my children were growing up, we had lots of animal pets on a 1/4 acre and home in the suburbs. We had lots of dogs and cats, dutch rabits, and a flock of bantam chickens. Our best friends lived next door and also had lots of pets, including two geese. Our children had two homes as a result like we were extended families.
The neighbor's geese laid eggs and hatched five little ones. They would come to our back yard to play with all of our pets, including the cats. One day, my children let the baby geese into our house. They were running around the house and everything was fine---until my Siamese cat saw them and killed one of the babies. This is something she never would have done outside where she played with the baby geese and where their interaction was normal. Inside the house was not normal. It was a sad lesson we all learned.
In Dolly 1's case, everywhere I took her, people who saw her wanted to play with her. She was so cute and so friendly that people were attracted to her and she thought everyone in the world wanted to play with her. She tried to play with the hound in the wrong place.