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Old 08-08-2005, 11:19 PM
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I do hope you can get someone to help you....sounds too serious to try by yourself . Good luck !!1
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Old 08-08-2005, 11:20 PM
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well the behavorist is closed for now right..just keep calling
also just keep socilizing, i beleive hes socilized, like u say but othr dogs can be great teacher s aswell
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Old 08-08-2005, 11:29 PM
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well the behavorist is closed for now right..just keep calling
also just keep socilizing, i beleive hes socilized, like u say but othr dogs can be great teacher s aswell

closed as in closed for good...they arent opening back up



unfortunately, he doesnt really have any doggie friends around here...he has gotten to play with some (when he ran away) and at other various times...when we had him in doggie day care too...and where we got him from, he was living with like, 10 other dogs...so i feel bad that he cant play...but its kinda hard since my friends who have dogs...most are just too old to play (my friends dog just went through a surgery...things like that)...and i dont think a lot of ppl want my mutt playing with their rare purebred champ

my bro has some friends with dogs, but they have issues too...like ones a toy dog, and is scared of a blade of grass moving...and the other one is like 10 weeks old, lol...so grr!
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Old 08-08-2005, 11:31 PM
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hmmm.u need to find a rough young one...ooooh!
pet stores like big ones llike superpet or petsmart would be good
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Old 08-08-2005, 11:36 PM
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hmmm.u need to find a rough young one...ooooh!
pet stores like big ones llike superpet or petsmart would be good

i am so confused...those stores would be good for what?
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Old 08-08-2005, 11:38 PM
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o just to meet other dogs.
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Old 08-08-2005, 11:40 PM
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ooh, yeah

i take him there...


and its no good...cuz he'll see another dog, and cant get to it, and starts the whole thing...and it prob freaks ppl out...so they dont want their dog coming near oakley...


its hard to tell people "oh dont worry, once your dog gets close enough, oakley will stop acting like he wants to tear your dog to itty bitty pieces, i swear!" lol
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Old 08-08-2005, 11:43 PM
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saje...yup, ive read that...and the prob is in my post following yours...
You've read about social isolation?? Of course it's best if you can get all the family members to participate but I think it would be worth trying on your own if you really want to fix the problem. They really wouldn't have to do much. And if not then no matter what you try you're on your own.
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Old 08-08-2005, 11:48 PM
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You better warn your family that if they don't cooperate with what you've learned and what you want to work on with him, that if they don't do what you say with him, he will one day need to be euthanized most likely. Your whole family has got to turn this around to where all humans are his very clear leaders. Everyone needs to participate.

I do hope you can get some help from a good trainer. His life depends on it and depends on your in charge attitude, not harshness, but your control of everything he likes in life...everything. Stand up tall and be confident. Take charge.

He went through two obedience classes. Do you practice every day? That's what he needs. That will show him too that you are the one in charge, you're directing his day, his life. You're setting the rules and he is to follow them so he can survive. He wants food? He needs to sit. He wants a pat? Sit first. He wants a toy? Sit first. He wants to go outside? Sit first. Everything he wants, he must perform an obedience command first.

Make this dog see he is not the one who calls the shots. NO EXCEPTIONS.
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Old 08-08-2005, 11:52 PM
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get help from your vet. . . .
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