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    1. #31
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      Quote Originally Posted by windycanyon View Post
      And she is how old now? Spayed or not?
      18 month old. Spayed at 8 month. She bas been socialized alot . I just brought her back after an hour at the dog park were again she was herself.

      She has so much energy I will be lost to get her worn down. We train a bunch, walk a few miles a day and then go to dog park 3 times a week.

      She has been at home with over 50 guest during parties...

      Usually she has always been aloof with strangers and not wishes to be pet unless she wants to. this lady promoted to try to pet.her. she did the hand grab she does sometimes with us except harder.
      As I was taking her info and stuff she was laying on the grass as it nothing happened.

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      1. Vet visit with full work-up.

      2. Certified veterinary behaviorist. You're in MA; I would recommend Tufts. Talk to your vet for recommendations.

      3. Your dog and people that your dog come in contact are at serious risk. Strangers on the internet that have zero qualifications and cannot see your dog are not the right people to come to for advice for this type of thing.

      Good luck!

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      Thanks for all the ideas.i think there is enough thoughts for me.

      I will update where we go in a few weeks.

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      She is seeing the vet on Nov 23
      No.more dog parks as per trainer .
      No.more. off leashed activity .Long walks, jogging with me and fetch in the backyard.
      Nov 17th she starts in home sessions.
      I take her for walks with cheese and we pass strangers with a word leave it and she heels till she gets her cheese for now.
      No.more no pull harness and she some how is loose leash walking with a collar . So no prong. She used to be a big puller and I changed over the neck collar for better control and she is perfect . Figures...

      I am training on the invisible fence me and wife installed for her now and alot of walks in the dark. The fence was a good investment . In spend 180 bucks and 2 hrs to install with commercial grade 14 gauage wire.

      I read online and it's a level 2 bite so I guess there is some hope.

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      of course there is hope I think you are on the right track and she really should be fine with some good management for now and then desensitization/counter conditioning with the trainer (and you've already started that with what they asked you to do on walks)

      Good luck

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