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patty   WARWICK, Rhode Island

6/30/2013 8:16:18 AM

I desperately want to adopt a scottie from animal shelter. to This 16lb., 4 year old, has been labeled a "red zone" biting dog. My husband said this is beyond our capabilities. I want to give him a chance. Can you help me, please? I will do what you recommend.

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PATTY   WARWICK, Rhode Island

6/30/2013 7:58:11 AM

I DESPERATELY WANT A SCOTTIE WHO IS CURRENTLY AT A DOG SHELTER IN NEW YORK. HE HAS BEEN LABELED A 'RED ZONE' BITING DOG. HEIS ONLY 4 AND 16 POUNDS. MY HUSBAND INSISTS THAT THIS IS A SITUATION BEYOND OUR CAPIBILITIES, I WANT TO GIVE HIM A CHANCE AT A GOOD LIFE. CAN YOU HELP ME PLEASE?

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Rebecca   Honolulu, Hawaii

11/12/2012 8:44:36 PM

Hi I came to this site looking for more info on dealing with the mother of a litter who shows aggressive behaviors. Since the whole trial of motherhood changes the situation a bit I was hoping to find more info specific to dealing with an apprehensive / aggressive mother?

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bonita   boner springs, Kansas

11/5/2012 8:51:13 AM

I have a two year old German Shepard who is scared of people. Mostly men and young boys. Also has separation anxiety and hurts her self trying together out of her kennel.the vet put her on prozac.it don't seem to be helping. Can you please help me on what I can do to help her...

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Laura   Gilbert, Arizona

10/30/2012 5:02:29 PM

How can I get my 6 yr old pit bull/boxer to stop barking a nd whining when guests first enter our home.

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Cally   Thornton, CO

7/24/2010 7:39:11 AM

Cesar Milan is a great dog whisperer. I have read his books and seen his shows. He knows real dog behavior through studying wild dog behavior, what better way to know a dog. Just so you know, Alpha and dominance are a part of dog training vocabulary. He has helped countless people understand their dogs and live in harmony,(can you do that?) so, before you go cutting him down you might want to do a little research first.

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Cally   Thornton, CO

7/24/2010 7:32:56 AM

Cesar, I have a fantastic Border Collie Aussie mix named Zenny Rockstar, he is 7th in the state of Colorado for Frisbee dog. He is a bit shy and is nipping people who get into his space or who scare him in some way, he is scared of children and some adults? I have started some behavior therapy but would you have any ideas on his behavior?

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Carolyn   Bardstown, KY

6/24/2010 4:13:19 PM

Cesar, I have a real problem. My husky is appaerntly a red Zone dog, within seconds of grabbing something she shouldn't have her pupils will dilate and she becomes very aggressvise and usually it is just to me. She has bitten me several times. I don't know what to do. Can't afford a professional.

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conni borwick   sarasota, FL

6/16/2010 6:18:22 PM

he is an unqualified person who uses words without definitions. He so has no real basis in the science of dog training but instead uses words like alpha, dominance etc that are catch phrases not substantive words.

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JoAnn   Cicero, IL

3/23/2010 10:42:32 PM

I believe these dogs can be rehabiltated. I have one in paid boarding I am trying to work with and really don't know how to rehab him. He is great around people but zeros out on other dogs.

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Rosanne   Florence, SC

2/5/2010 12:59:50 PM

Wonderful and informative. Wish I had Caesar here in my town.

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Janet   Bethlehem, PA

1/18/2010 7:37:39 AM

good article thanks

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Brad P.   Calgary, AB

10/9/2009 11:00:44 PM

According to the Book the Episode Guide to DW, Emily still shows aggressive tendencies.


Was this article written before the book?

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Debbie   Rainbow City, AL

10/7/2009 10:41:36 PM

I am so sad now because I am going to have to put my dog to sleep. I can no longer control her and she is suffering because of it. She has been kicked out of every grooming place in town and my hubsband got attacked and had a huge chunk taken out of his leg when he tried to groom her. She has bitten me a number of times and I am now afraid to try anymore. We can't even get the muzzle on her without her attacking. She once was a beautiful Springer Spaniel and now she is matted so badly underneath that she is suffering. I need help!! I don't want to put her down, but I don't know what else to do. She is 9 years old. Please give me some advice. Thank you!!

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jane   honolulu, HI

6/30/2009 8:34:46 PM

I am in the same boat as all of these people. I have a dog, a large American Bulldog, that I love but he bites my teenagers as soon as I yell at them. I hate to say it but it is nearly impossible to be the single mom of a 14 year old boy and an 18 year old boy and not lose it sometimes. I just took my son to the hospital for his arm because of our dog. Of course everyone blames me for yelling. I know walking him a lot helps but we need more help than that..he is always in the red zone and my kids are getting hurt. Cesar please come to Honolulu or let me send my American Bulldog to you.

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Gina   Catonsville, MD

6/11/2009 5:08:10 PM

We have a 6 year old Pit Bull and he just recently became very aggressive. He killed my cat, tried to bite me in the face several times, attacked my 6 year old Pom and now he has bitten our 3 year old son in the face. What can we do to stop this behavior. I know walking is not enough but we are all too scared to try being tough with him.

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Rita   Leander, TX

5/30/2009 10:17:51 AM

I liked what you had to say. But I also have a problem with our 3 year old White German Sheperd. She has become very domonient around here. She plays great with a Jack Russel male that is two years old. She has been attacking other female dogs that come to visit and also a female here at home that is ten years old. The ten year old was here when we got her at 8 wks old. She attacks to kill and has had the taste of blood. Is there any help for this bad habit for her. We love her dearly. Thank you, Rita

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denise   liverpool, AL

5/14/2009 4:55:34 PM

hi i have a 9month old neapolitan bull mastiff male who is very good on commands but goes into red zone without warning ie if people are toy playing ball or joggers he has attempted to bite 6 people so far including me his master who can take any food out is mouth or take a bone that he is enjoying out is mouth without any growling or biteing me i trully love this dog an need some advise plz help

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Karen   Hudson, DC

4/21/2009 7:16:47 AM

I have a pit bull sharpai mix she is very animal aggressive. I walk her 1 mile every morning. She goes into this hunting mod. You can see the experssion on her face change. I also walk my other dog which is a lab sherperd mix, of course we pasas other animals Jane tries to go for whatevers neck. I have noticed that Duke is starting to watch Jane actions more. Yesterday he actually was growaling at a dog like jane. i love to walk them together but when they pull on my 59 year old arms it hurts. alot of people have told me i should put jane down because they say she is over red zone. she has killed chickens, ducks, hurt a little deog next to death. just the other day our neighbors cat came in our yard and she killed it. Fast and quick. I could surly use some advice!!!

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Courtney   Baltimore, MD

1/13/2009 5:57:04 AM

Great story and good article thanks I will use these tips for sure.

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