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Old 11-17-2012, 03:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Female being aggressive to my cousin

Not really sure what her deal is but everytime my cousin comes over she growls at him. Last time she tried to bite him so I'm having to crate her when he comes over. My male seems kinda afraid of him. Not sure what the deal is bcuz when I was little I grew up with a German shep who tried ripping his shorts off. How do I stop this behavior bfor they bite him?


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Old 11-17-2012, 05:28 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Are they like this to anyone else?!?!? That kind of behavior can not be tolerated with this breed.. you need to make sure he isnt taunting them.. there has to be some reason they dont like him if hes the only one.
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Old 11-17-2012, 05:28 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Is it when she hears a knock? Or just at the site of him?

I'd start building a more positive association with him, so rather than thinking "I don't like him" you change the mind set to "When I see him fun stuff happens!"

Does she have any toys she's absolutely obsessed with? Is she very food driven?

There's a few different methods, I personally prefer LAT. Dog's kept on a leash, and the moment they see the negative stimulus (in this case, your cousin) they get a treat or w/e is rewarding to them. You start from a good distance away and gradually get closer. Have you cousin just totally ignore her, he should act like she's not there.

If you've got her focused on you while she's really close to him, have her do some basic comes, sit, down. If she goes to check him out, give her a reward, if she seems really comfortable you can tell him it's okay to pet her. The moment his hand touches her, she gets more goodies.


Let me see if I can find some videos that explain it better...
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Old 11-17-2012, 05:32 AM   #4 (permalink)
 
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It's just at sight. Both of my pits bark and growl when ppl knock or come in the door but usually they settle down and greet ppl and get excited but she (in her crate) continued to growl at him. Not sure y but all my dogs have not liked him


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Old 11-17-2012, 05:33 AM   #5 (permalink)
 
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She nipped at him a couple days ago


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Old 11-17-2012, 05:39 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Could you go into detail? Was he leaning over her? going to greet her? Sitting and ignoring her? etc
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At first he was just standing there and she was doing it then went and sat in the couch just looking at her like 10 ft away and she was still growling


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Old 11-17-2012, 06:06 AM   #8 (permalink)
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I can't really find any video showing one real example... I might have to make one sometime

I know these methods aren't as preferred on this forum, but here's what I could come up with, if you're a visual learner. I don't recommend using punishment/aversive based methods when dealing with growling/aggression/reactivity because dogs growl as a warning. They're communicating that they're not liking something. And while punishing it will decrease the reaction, it doesn't address the underlying emotional response. And with some dogs that produces a "time bomb" as they no longer show warnings when they're going over threshold to the point of a bite. If that makes sense


This doesn't show what I'm trying to explain as a whole, but I hope it can give you an idea of what I mean by "marking" her for seeing him, and creating distance if she's getting too freaked out. And a marker can be anything, I use "Yes", you can use a clicker, "Good", really, whatever you want to use.


Once she's comfortable just standing around him you can start doing handling counter conditioning exercises to ideally further the association of him = good things.
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Old 11-17-2012, 11:26 AM   #9 (permalink)
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I've always been of the mindset that if my dogs don't trust someone, then I don't either. My dogs alert me about people all the time (bark/growl at strangers), until I tell them it's okay. Especially with children, at a distance. Once I allow the person to approach (based on my dogs' reactions), then my dogs are cool. There is one person I deal with on a fairly regular basis that my dogs haven't liked since they were young pups, and with good reason. This person is nothing but trouble, and I've learned that over time with dealing with this person. My dogs knew it before I did though, and I trusted their instincts.

I mentioned that because you said both your dogs react the same towards your cousin, as well as a dog you had previously when you were younger. I understand he's family, but there has to be a reason that every dog you've owned hasn't liked him. While Celeste's recommendation is great, I would still be cautious and very careful. Something just doesn't sound right, with every dog you've owned consecutively not liking your cousin.

Perhaps you could go into great detail about each encounter your dogs have had with him, what prompted your dogs to act the way they do. Maybe give us some background on your cousin, too. This may sound strange, but is he a violent person? Does he drink or do drugs? Is he very loud and boisterous when he talks? I'm curious about your cousin's personality and want to help you get to the root of the problem.
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I've had my dog for 6 months now and neve once has he showed signs of aggression towards people or other dogs... Well that changed this past Thursday, I was walking him down the bike trail, like I always do and a man with a pitbull was coming towards us, from a distance he started to talking to me, my dog was beside himself, growling and backing away, clearly not happy...Meanwhile his dog just sat there very calm..

The man tells me his dog is 14 years old and he's had Pits his whole life, then proceeds to tell me 5 years ago he could have never walked his dog down the trail, I ask why.. He says because she is extremely dog aggressive.... I said how did you mak her not be, he responds, she still is... She just doesn't show it in hopes that the other dog will come within her striking range...

It was clear to me that my dog could read that energy right away.... Sounds like your cousin has some bad Ju Ju if no dogs like him...
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With APBT not being able to be proven thoroughly anymore and most people not knowing what that means to begin with; more and more HA APBTs are coming about. HA (human aggression is not a trait however PREY DRIVE is); while those rare HOT dogs that will chase anything down human or not are not everywhere, they are about. The other type is the natural watchdog; they mistrust most humans.

there are a lot more variables that can cause aggression those are the causing factor of any genetic reason for the HA.

Get a crate if you have a crate .. Crate your dog before they come in, let your company in, while your house settles down and you and your company are comfortable let the dog out of the crate in a comfort manner. Have your cousin have some treats in his pocket (dont feed them push her to accept him) as soon as her tail wags throw the dog a bone.



Anything more intense and given you or anyone the feeling you have no control and someone might get bit. Crate the dog while you have company and let dog out after company leaves until you can afford a REAL dog trainer not some spoof, a real dogman/ woman.
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SAY IT IN cRAYON~

With APBT not being able to be proven thoroughly anymore and most people not knowing what that means to begin with; more and more HA APBTs are coming about. HA (human aggression is not a trait however PREY DRIVE is); while those rare HOT dogs that will chase anything down human or not are not everywhere, they are about. The other type is the natural watchdog; they mistrust most humans.

there are a lot more variables that can cause aggression those are the causing factor of any genetic reason for the HA.

Get a crate if you have a crate .. Crate your dog before they come in, let your company in, while your house settles down and you and your company are comfortable let the dog out of the crate in a comfort manner. Have your cousin have some treats in his pocket (dont feed them push her to accept him) as soon as her tail wags throw the dog a bone.



Anything more intense and given you or anyone the feeling you have no control and someone might get bit. Crate the dog while you have company and let dog out after company leaves until you can afford a REAL dog trainer not some spoof, a real dogman/ woman.
Couldn't have said it better myself.
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My cousin actually is pretty rough. He's not afraid to smack ppl around lol


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I know this isn't a funny subject matter at all but my old pitbull mix Diablo would growl at this friend of my husband all the time. She tried to feed him a treat one day and he tried to bite her. Now that we are divorced and they have a baby together and I know he cheated on me with her constantly I consider my Diablo a good judge of character. Diablo also didn't care for my ex husband but never tried to bite him, he almost attacked a homeless man that got too close to me one day (later I found out that he had raped several girls) again I say good judge of character. If I have a normally friendly happy dog that takes an immediate dislike to somebody I always wonder why?


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Sounds like my old golden retriever. She loved everyone but one day I brought my bf over ( now ex bf) she growled at him. It suprized me. But later found out he was a jack ass that I couldn't trust lol


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