aggressive pup
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Author:  Bar M Ranch [ Sat Mar 10, 2012 2:25 am ]
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This will fix them. Start out a home during training. During obedience training the dog needs to learn the word no. When you tell it no and it doesn't mind grab it by the mouth, hand over the top of nose and jaw then squeeze tight till dog whimpers and say no. You doing this you will be come the matriarch or dominant .If the dog is at the tree and starts fussing grab the muzzle and squeez . Let them know whose
Boss. Fighting will not be tolerated.

Author:  Canadian Hillbilly [ Sat Mar 10, 2012 7:12 am ]
Post subject:  aggressive pup

If you are not able to correct your dog, do the right thing and cull it. Don't sell it or trade it and pass an ill dog on to someone else!!!

Author:  thai cooper [ Tue Mar 20, 2012 2:35 am ]
Post subject:  Re: aggressive pup

I have a sure cure!! Cut his tail off--about two inches behind his ears, works every time.

Author:  Wild Haven Kennels [ Tue Mar 20, 2012 11:32 pm ]
Post subject:  aggressive pup

One pup I had thought she was going to think like that, first off I took care of the breeding urge by going to the vet. Next was what my family refers to as Spartan education or others call a lot of tuff love. Every time they get out of line u reprimand them. Food aggression and toy or den aggression is not tolerated in my house. My ole Shepard was noted in her day for being one heck of a watch dog from stray dogs to coyotes, but I also didn't keep her out of the social gatherings. Leave it was the biggest command she learned. But, among everything she has went through including 47 stitches, her immersion into the social aspects has helped her keep things straight. Back to that pup, once she started aggressive habits I focused on taking and giving from her til she couldn't even eat her food without someone walking past her food. Going to stores with me and a toy she loved. If she got out of line the toy was taken Away and she was put in a crate for two or more hours next to other dogs with toys. On one occasion she tried to take a snap at me moving the food dish, and her Spartan education got handed to her. With that being said my ole Sheperd also taught her manners better the I could have. She crates, hunts and goes to the stores without incident. It was a lot of work but it is as it should be. My husband and I are boss, and the Sheperd is second in command. From there it goes down the line. If you are willing to work it out, go for it if not I totally understand.

Author:  pistolwhip [ Tue Apr 03, 2012 7:58 am ]
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i would not pass a dog along to someone and would just cut my lose as soon as possible.