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Old 12-02-2004, 04:29 PM
gohan2091 gohan2091 is offline
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Smile Growling Yorkshire Terrier Part II

Ok i posted on here a few weeks ago about my mums new dog chip. Im fairly sure now that his past life wasnt all that good, he may of been treated badly but he has an agression problem that I would like to try and treat.

If you remembered my last post, he use to growl and go for you when you were near a toy he was playing with or near some food. Using some of the ideas given to me in the last thread he is no longer aggressive with toys.

His favourite toy is his yellow ball with a bell in it, he keeps it in his mouth and before when you use to go near him, he use to growl aggressivlely. Now when you go near him, you can touch him, hug him, and he is fine. He does sometimes try and walk away or turn his head when he has a toy but when you try and take the toy away from him, after a few attempts he gives in, wags his tail and isnt at all aggressive.

he either stopped being aggressive with toys because i made him sit everytime i play with him, or he just felt more like a part of the family. Whatever the reason I am happy he isnt aggressive when it comes to toys however he is still very aggressive with food and i dont know what to do.

When we put food in his bowl we walk away and he eats it, but when we give him dog chews or bones he takes it and walks away. As soon as you go anywhere near him, he growls aggressively and if you try and touch him, he will go for you. I understand why he is doing this, he thinks i want his food, but i want to teach him that this is wrong and to not do it.

Something strange though... when he has for example a bone, you can call him and he will come up right next to you and sit beside you, but when you move he starts being aggressive... if he thinks i am trying to get his food from him, why does he bring his food with him and sit next to me when i call him?

He doesnt have any food now apart from the food he gets in his bowl for dinner etc. He doesnt have anymore bones or chews. I want him to have these because he enjoys them but what can i do to teach him that being aggressive is wrong?

We cannot afford taking him to a dog trainer, we really cant.

Thanks for any advice and thanks for the advice on the previous thread.

Last edited by gohan2091; 12-02-2004 at 04:40 PM.
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