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Question: Canine seperation anxiety help?

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Question: Canine seperation anxiety help?

Question: Canine seperation anxiety help?
help my sons 9 month old large rotti x neopolition mas, this bitch is doing everything that it shouldnt do even has kill there pet parrot no remains left apart from feather's a dog trainer has said this is a dog that is trying to bump of its competition one by one they have another pet dog a staff and the rotti x is trying 24 /7 to fightt and hurt this dog i fear for my 2 small grandchildren shoul i ?? this bitch has done puppy school and now a obendience club and at the club they dont want or like her as wont do anything and if a trainer try's to take her away she becomes agressive.help??
Posted: 10/12/2005


Answer: Seperation Anxiety
From what you have described, i wouldn't really call this Separation Anxiety. This is more so a very dominate dog, with maybe a bit of Anxiety rolled in. and this could be happening for lots of reasons. You have done all the right things, puppy school and training. I really think you should look for a good k9 behavioral therapist, since she is still young you have a good chance of eliminating her aggression. You should also have a chat to your vet, as they offer some great new products (not necessarily drugs) which may help to calm her down. Never give up, and never allow her to think for one minute that she is the head of your 'pack'. Good luck!
Posted: 10/12/2005

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