Help! My Dog Keeps Attacking People Out of Nowhere!
Lately, my dog has been attacking people out of nowhere. She'll seem to be cool with them at first and then out of nowhere, she'll attack - as if she doesn't like the way they're standing or looking at her. The most common attacks are at our apartment's dog park. One happened just last night: We were the only ones there for a while. Then, a young couple comes in with their little dog. They came in, my dog seemed fine. We stood there talking, then the woman bent down to pet my dog, my dog seemed cool with it. Then we went back to standing around talking and then all of a sudden, my dog attacks the guy out of nowhere! (Explanation of "attacks": She starts off by growling, then lunges at the person, then jumps on the person and looks like she's biting them, but she never actually bites). Luckily, no one has ever been injured, but it's still very stressful and embarrassing. She's been doing this way too frequently lately and I'm getting very tired of it. Please help. I don't have the money for training so I'm trying to seek help online.
guys my rott wieler is too cute but like other dogs of the same breed my dog is not aggressive at all. i want it to be a bit aggressive in nature... what should i do
I think my can't may be a descendant of a Turkish Van.
Hello everyone!! I have always been curious about what kind of breed my lil fatboy Sandy is. At one of our vet trips I was looking at the posters on the wall. One poster had pictures of car breeds. The moment I saw the Turkish Van picture I couldn't help but think about my cats resemblance to the Turkish Van. I went home and looked up this breed and noticed a lot of similar traits. He loves water; when he was a kitten he would jump in the shower with me. He liked to sit in the ledge of the tub and play in the water. He loves being up high- sometimes I wonder how the heck he gets in the places he does. He's super loving & will give you kisses a d headbutts as a sign of affection.
Help!! My dogs are eating poop!!
I have two golden retreiver females. One is 1 1/2 years old and the other is 1 year old and they are sisters. I have tried several things including: over the counter anti-poop eating pills, hot sauce, crushed pineapple in the food, pumpkin, meat tenderizer and cottage cheese in their food. I now go out and pick up their poop right after they go but sometimes i miss some and they'll find it. Does anyone have any advise?
I have a 6mos old mini schnauzer, Sammy. from the beginning he was great doing very good with house breaking. He slept on the bed never a problem, now literally has stopped his routine. Usually eat and outdoors, does his business back we are fine. Now eat outside for up to 15-20 minutes walks around then just looks at me and wants to go in. We go in and within walking away from him he will very deliberate doe his business. I have started to crate him and he will do it in his crate. He was neutered and that's when this behavior began. His personality just changed I'm angry and don't understand what to due. I've never had a dog that will go in the crate. He has a very deliberate look when he does it. Their personality shows on their face that's what drew it to me. What advise can someone give, because I really worry it's possible a problem of the breeder. 8 playpens with up to 5-6 puppies at different ages inside the dining room of the home. HELP PLEASE
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We saved a Tuxedo kitten just over a year ago her name is scooter. We, of course, have three other jealous cats. They range Maverick, 17 yrs old, Toots 8 yrs old, Smoke 8 yrs and Scooter 1yr and 2 months.
All the cats except Toots get along fine with Scooter. We are having trouble with Scooter. You just mention toots name and she heads for under the couch. At first we kept them apart and gradually let them meet mainly by smelling where the other had been and just followed the plan of how to help them accept one another. One day Toots got out of the room and a fight happened we immediately intervened and I believe Scooter has never gotten over it. We have noticed lately Toots doesn't pay much attention to Scooter but when Scooter takes off running for cover Toots goes after her. We have put them on the screen porch together Scooter does the submission and they don't fight now. Well, once, I just sprayed water and put Toots in the room. I just want to know how to calm Scooter down and is there something I can give her. I don't want to keep them in a closed room any longer even though we rotate them. I have been leaving the door opened more but Scooter is about too big to hide under the couch....If you have any ideas all will be appreciated.
Just adding my Babies that have past away....Tutti, passed away nine years ago she lacked two weeks being 21 years old. Dobber, past away a eight months ago she was 18 and 1/2 years old so we love our furry babies.
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