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About samuel.jones57

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  1. Thanks so much. Hopefully after the vet checkup and a visit to the Behavioralist we will know what we’re dealing with. I’ve been working with the dog regularly but it clearly hasn’t been enough. I’ll have to make a decision soon wether the dog will be rehomed or if I’m willing to take the time and money to work with her. It’s a lot to ask my family to deal with an unpredictable/aggressive dog and it brings a lot of stress into my parents lives. She has learned to use agression to get out of uncomfortable situations, hopefully this is something that can be changed. Tough call either way. Though I feel I owe it to the dog, as I did raise her from a pup. Anyone have any success stories for me?
  2. Hello I have a 2 year old who is having issues with fear agression. Before I take her to the the Behavioralist they want me to get blood work done to see if there is any health causes for her behaviour. How common is it for there to be a health reason for a dog to act aggressive? She’s been struggling for a while now and finally bit someone the other day :(.. she’s is an anxious dog and lashed out at someone she new and trusted during a hello.
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