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    One further bit of advice, a tired dog is a good dog IMO, are yours getting enough exercise?

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    I just can't help thinking training is like a bandaid. It would be heartbreaking and I love dogs, but geez if anything, anything happend to my DS I would just die.

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    I wouldn't take the rusk personally. If anything happened to a child you would never forgive yourself. It's not as if you can say there were no warning signs

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    Its hard OP, but I wouldn't let what's happening continue - I'd get straight on to discussing options with your vet or a trainer. TBH though, the attacking the other dog/bailing up the owner, was ringing alarm bells for me!

    Our neighbours have three dogs, two large "aggressive" breeds who are constantly at our fence, barking, snarling, jumping, every.single.time my kids go outside. I have no doubt whatsoever that they would attack, if they could get through. I don't know how our neighbours deal with them. :/ They have a new born too..

    I understand the love of animals, I grew up as a pet owner/family member - but I have absolutely no trust for animals, at all..


 

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