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Old 12-10-2012, 10:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Possible aggression ?

Bailey was in her crate a few minutes ago,and I gave her a chew,I walked by and she started growling at me and wouldnt stop til I shouted NO. Bailey has NEVER shown ANY aggression what so ever to a person! I could take food from her mouth and she wouldnt care. What should I do ? Im a little scared,it def shook me up.
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Old 12-10-2012, 11:52 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Did you ask her to do any trick or submissive gesture to give her the chew? I always ask my dog to sit down or speak before giving her food or treats.


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Yes I always do. Bailey knows how to count with her paws,up to 10. So I told her 3 and she done it 3 times and got the chew. I dont know whats up with her. I am thinking its the foster dog,as this is her first time being inside with him in here(crate and rotate dont worry). He leaves around the 17th.

I just hope its something fixable and not HA.
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Fostering takes it's toll on the resident/permanent
dog. Its a time when bad behavior can come out of a perfectly good dog otherwise. Just encourage the positive and correct the negative and be a good leader. Your dog may be stressed by the situation, doesn't trust it. You need a completely stable environment to do any good. My dogs are pros with strange dogs in the house but not all. Some fosters are just too high strung to give a good vibe even after a few weeks of being in that environment
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new dogs definately take there toll on everyone. My new dog Diesel is a year and a half and was pretty much just a dog in his old house. I never realized how good Daisy was until we brought Diesel home. He had no order and was really high strung to the point where he was stressing Daisy out because he wouldnt relax and calm down. Finally after week two, things are starting to settle down and he is getting his act together and becoming a good dog! It just took some time figuring out how to stimulate his mind. lol
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How old is she? The foster can definitely have an impact, especially on a dog who has not had other dogs around. Resources which seemed a given to them before can become somewhat more important. Now is the time to up the trade games (trading out semi high value items for better items on command
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Bailey is DA but I took in the rescue because im good friends with the shelters president and she needed the help. Well I kept them separated but it is still impacting bailey in many ways.

Yesterday was the first day bailey truely began being an inside dog again after months of living on a chain because of my smaller dog ,and this time shes inside,forever.

Bailey is 2 years and 1.5 months. LOVES my 2 year old nephew,listens so well,housetrained,loves all people. The best dog I have ever had my entire life honestly.

The woman at the shelter wants me to adopt the foster but theres just no way,I cannot have this kind of stress on me and my dog,its killing me.And after he leaves I will just have Bailey and my pomeranian,I will either crate and rotate or rehome the pom.I have to do whats best for me and Bailey.After all,she was here first!
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At two years old she could be feeling her oats! lol I would set the situation up again and see if she still does it. This time try it out of her crate and after she has been chewing on it for a while see if you can take it away. DO NOT GET BIT!! if she acts like she is going to have a problem (ahead of time put a leash on her then give her the treat) get a hold of the leash and say no! with a little pop. She might just be seeing how much she could get away with a simple correction might be all she needs. IF she doesn't stop, I would get the leash and drag her away from what ever it was she was chewing on and do some obedience with her. Then I would make all her meals come out of my hand for several days. Then in a bowl with my hand in it. One of my younger dogs decided to challenge me recently too. Foster dog in the house or not you should be boss not her!
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She turned 2 in october. I gave her a chew today without the foster near by and she was fine. Also,she let a stranger just walk in my house today and then set on her lap
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She turned 2 in october. I gave her a chew today without the foster near by and she was fine. Also,she let a stranger just walk in my house today and then set on her lap
Sorry look at my post again, I edited it after I read you already said she was 2 lol. The stranger and her growling over possession of food are not related.
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Sorry look at my post again, I edited it after I read you already said she was 2 lol. The stranger and her growling over possession of food are not related.
Okay thats sound great! I will give it a try I just hope it dosent escalate
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Hopefully it won't but that's what the leash is for. IF she does give you big trouble STOP and call me. maybe I can help over the phone, this can be tricky as you don't want to get bit but it needs to be addressed. my number is on my website customk9performance.com
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Hopefully it won't but that's what the leash is for. IF she does give you big trouble STOP and call me. maybe I can help over the phone, this can be tricky as you don't want to get bit but it needs to be addressed. my number is on my website customk9performance.com
Okay thanks for your help! I will try it after work tomorrow and let you know what happens,praying its something fixable
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Everything is fixable I just hope it's fixable by you and you don't need a trainer to come in and help. I'll help with what I can but I don't want to put you in a position to get bit. Hopefully she just needs a reminder, that's what is really sounds like!
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Everything is fixable I just hope it's fixable by you and you don't need a trainer to come in and help. I'll help with what I can but I don't want to put you in a position to get bit. Hopefully she just needs a reminder, that's what is really sounds like!
yeah I know what you mean and hopefully! I really cant find a trainer anymore if I had too,the only one I have seen is 3 hours away in WV. Maybe theirs one that im not aware of ?
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