By EpicUsername - 11/03/2010 01:14 - United States
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I probably should have stated in the OP that I've only had my dog for 2 months, and upon receiving him, he was immediately signed up for obedience training. In fact, he graduated last Monday.
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Kind of serves you right for getting a large, potentially dangerous dog and not being a responsible enough pet owner to put in the hard yards to train it properly.
ANY dog is potentially dangerous when they aren't trained. Size accounts into how dangerous they can be, and the bigger the dog the more vital it is to train. If the OP can't train her dog to leave her alone when she's eating and not to jump, the dog is the alpha and will do whatever it likes.
Thats pretty freakin NASTY. Yea you need a dog trainer or a new dog. But you probably liked it or else you would have pushed him away. But you letting him actually get his tounge into your mouth proves that you wanted it.
oh yeah that's smart... give the dog away bc it wasn't or is in the process of being trained. dogs are loving creatures and of you respect them and train them well they will respect you. but all dogs no matter how well trained will want people food - unless they are abused..