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Old 12-03-2018, 12:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
 

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Hi,I have a 6month old red nose/American bully mix. He always seems when tired or trying to eat and my kids get close or touch him he growls and sometimes bites.(has never bitten me only growled) I’ve tried many different attempts to brake him of this. Would like some feedback on what’s best for stopping this please. I’m guessing he thinks he’s higher on the family scale then my kids and wants to protect “his” food. But this needs to stop. Thanks
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Old 12-03-2018, 11:24 AM   #2 (permalink)
 

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Push him to the ground on his side and hold him make shore he submits to you no movement no wagging tail hold him down with a firm NO and show ur the top dog


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That is horrible advise. You don't have to pin a dog to let him know who's in charge.

Growling is a warning and correcting that will only stop the growling. But if there's no growl, then there is no warning, so the next step for the dog to defend himself is to bite. So what you really should be doing is teaching your kids. Teach them not to mess with the dog when he's eating or napping. Give the dog a safe place to go away from the kids. Like his crate or a dog room, and make it off limits for the kids.
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Old 12-04-2018, 08:17 PM   #4 (permalink)
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this is a bullshit technique based on completely false premise.
never do this.
it will not solve anything.
it will create bigger issues and put your kids in real danger.
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this is a bullshit technique based on completely false premise.

never do this.

it will not solve anything.

it will create bigger issues and put your kids in real danger.


Oh ok itís something a trainer showed me ok will not do anymore thanks for letting me know I did not know was thinking it was something ya did


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Still a puppy, very trainable. Look into local dog obedience classes with positive reinforcement as their method to set him up for success. Your puppy is likely playful and needs to be taught how to play well with others. Try a few toys types; tug, squeaky, and stuffed Kongs to help him learn how to get energy out and share play and possessions with family.
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Oh ok itís something a trainer showed me ok will not do anymore thanks for letting me know I did not know was thinking it was something ya did
Hey zaptear. First, thank you for offering your advise and a second thanks for understanding that this wasn't the right approach even though a trainer showed it to you. That is what this forum is all about, learning from each other. Looking forward to more of your posts. I do believe that you will fit in just fine.
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