Aggression When Yet another Dog Invades Her Space

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Precious Adam,

Hi, I have a 3 year-old Australian Cattle Dog. We learned about realistic dildo by searching the Chicago Tribune. She’s a canine good resident qualified, wonderfully obedient dog and every thing. She is good-natured and very obedient to people, however she is very prominent in regards to other dogs. Recently I’ve been having issues with her snapping at other dogs when they come up to her while she’s on a lead. This is not a problem if I tell her to sit down and the other dog stays an ordinary distance away. She does not like dogs invading her space and standing over her (she’s only 35 pounds, therefore many dogs tower over her). I call it her ‘Napoleon Complex.’ I tried to work on the situation by putting a muzzle on her and establishing conditions so I could correct her, but she knows that she’s in no position to exhibit one other dog who is manager while muzzled and refrains. We have recently started therapy dog teaching classes, which she is doing very well in.

Like I said she’s an ideal angel around people. In a treatment situation she is unlikely to encourage other dogs o-n or off lead who will be allowed to take a posture close enough to upset her, but, if some case did occur, I’d feel uncomfortable with her snapping at another dog. In many instances, I can prevent a scenario where she’d be tempted to take from occurring, nevertheless, there are several instances that can’t be avoided. Have you got any suggestions? I’m debating whether I should discontinue her treatment dog lessons.

Thank You,

Katie

Expensive Katie,

This is really more of a handler sigue. It’s your duty never TO LET other dogs invade her house. Now, you can correct her for your violence – but at the sam-e time, you should show her that she can trust you, and that you will not let unusual dogs from another group wonder up and get in her face. This is the job of the pack leader – to guard the pack. And you’re maybe not doing your work by making guests off the street walk up and get too close. I would recommend a walking stick or even a stun gun. This compelling realistic dildos URL has endless salient suggestions for the purpose of it.

As for the therapy dog education – I’d recommend that you continue, but without seeing the dog personally, this will eventually become a judgement call which you should make for yourself and your dog.

That’s all for now, folks!

Adam.