My dog aggressively barks at other dogs and sometimes people when first coming into contact w/ them?
He is a 10 year old daucshand/cockerspaniel mix and I adopted him this past May. He is super sweet and loving when it is just us and never aggressive. Also when I take him to the dog park he will only be aggressive for like 4 minutes and then will get a long with other dogs for the rest of the time. He is this way towards my friends/family/&strangers. 5 min of being protective and then all is right in the world. I read your article on this, do you have any suggestions as to what is going on&how I should react based on my personal case. I just dont want people to keep giving me the eye rolls!
VOLTAGE! It will work wonders on k-9's.It has never aggressivly barked at me,because it's still alive! Just remember buddy NOT EVERYONE LIKES DOGS! And a cattle prod in it's rectum will do wonders for it's agression!
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