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Bez lub też bowiem sens nie się domyślić seks coś Anyway he accepted the petting but then put his nose her stomach and let out a growl. We obviously yanked her away. Then 2 days later teenagers had a party outside. He was separated but growled at 2 different teenagerswhen they were petting him, which he allowed at first. We kept him thecrate and figured he was over stimulated. I have family over for a birthday party and I was cooking on the stove and put a baby gate the kitchen with dog with me. BIL went to throw something garbage and he went to lunge and growl. But then restrains himself. He seems to be very protective now. He still gives us kisses but even growl at us if we are too close. He gives us a side eye. It's just a growl never showing his teeth. Why the change? I was reading that rotties can grumble and I think I am having a hard time distinguishing the two. trainer makes me use a prong collar and wants me to yank him if he becomes reactive to other dogs or people. I know I need to get him out to socialize him more. What is causing the change personality 2 months? He has a loving home and loves his 3 walks a day. He gets plenty of attention and exercise. Any suggestions are welcomed. I be making appointment next week to run bloodwork and the vet. I 't want to get rid of him or euthanize him, but I can't lie it has crossed mind for safety reasons. I have a 9 month old great She is very affectionate, and listens fairly well, but lately we've been having these issues where she barks and runs around the house full speed and growls, and nips and sometimes lunges. Sometimes it seems out of nowhere, but we have noticed she does this when we try to put her her crate. She doesn't do it very often, but it does seem to be getting worse Katelyn, sounds to me like you need the help of a dog trainer or classes. The tricky part is finding a trainer who uses positive reinforcement methods rather than dominance. The Association of Pet Dog Trainers at has listings of trainers around the world, you could try there. collars are a mixed bag, not usually the approach I prefer. Best wishes, Neutering would definitely help the aggression. I have a 17 month old male Rottweiler, and lately he is becoming very stuborn when he takes stuff. If there's a towel he take it and when you try and take it back he wont let go for a while and when we smack his nose he's starting to growl. I want to fix this I 't have to get rid of him. I'm only 14 I can't walk him because he pulls much. I'm getting a pinch collar for him today to if that helps, and we're going to start taking him to behaviour training, but are there any other suggestions? Would neutering help the aggression? Would it help him marking his territory around the house? Any suggestions would be perfect because I'm desperate here. Thank you! We have a 5 year old yorkie and got a Husky retreiver mix last Feb. They have gotten along well until 2 weeks ago, the yorkie is now starting fights with the Husky who be a year old this month, Took the yorkie to the vet and is being treated for a skin yeast infection. shes benn on the Medication for over a week and her behaviors are getting worse, we can't even have them the same room and she snapping, growling and trying to attack the other dog even thru her kennel… any suggestions I 't think buying a shock collar is the solution. You and your dad could really use a professional dog trainer's help with this. Be sure to choose one who uses firm but kind methods. Good luck! without actually changing the dog's behavior. When the dog starts to do something you 't like, use a different word a gentle tone and block or distract the dog away from the behavior a non-confrontational way. This teaches the dog that uh uh means the behavior he's trying won't be successful and he'll simply quit. If you're always punishing your dog, this is bullying and he'll eventually get sick of it and start defending himself. Absolutely do NOT punish growling! You'll end up with a dog that jumps to a bite with no verbal warning. Punishing the growl doesn't change his emotional state and, fact, likely make it worse. I have a 7month old cattle dog that has been a lovely dog up until now. This morning I said no twice to it and it reared its teeth at me. I then smacked it on the nose and it did this again. I know it was wrong but I just couldn't help myself. Any help? Brandee, this one is over head, though obviously any dog who has recently bitten two children need extremely attentive managing, perhaps including that muzzle when you take her out walking. And of course 't let kids pet her. I suggest you find a behavior specialist