I have a 11 month old German Shepard that has been getting real aggressive with my pom and pap ion
he stands over them locking his front legs so they cant move and has them bye the back of the neck I know they growl at him when I am throwing the ball and when he pom goes out he tries to nip him thinking he is the the alpha but this also happens at night if he gets to close to them they growl and this is what he does how can I stop this
by LynnHav 8 years ago
We have a 5 month old german shepherd pup and the vet and trainer both agree she needs to be put...to sleep due to behavioral issues and we are crushed, yet know she can snap out at nyone anytime. We have an eight year son who is terrified of her already? What shoudl we do?
by Dan Harmon 8 years ago
I had hoped to make my first Adsense payout this month - if I could once more double the previous months earnings it would happen, and I've seen that or more every month since beginning to write.Unfortunately, the past week has been poor, and it doesn't look good. I expect to be about 4 or 5...
by angelovskasimona 7 years ago
Will an old (13 years) german shepherd be aggressive or protective to a small dog?My dog is good with only the four of us (we raised him).. He is very protective.. He isn't friendly to any other animals or people.. So I wanted to know if I can raise another young puppy when he'll be older...
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