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Old 06-04-2013, 08:49 PM   #1
HcMkOKiz

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Hi, I want some advice...I used a lady pitbull, Tasha, now she's approximately. Three years old. We reside in a residential area with lots of dogs by which she was showing signs of pet hostility while on hikes. I never had her off lead with still another dog before. Attempting to be considered a accountable dog operator, I enrolled she & I in a 8-week program aimed at dogs with dog agrression problems (4 dogs per class, but by-the last class there have been only 2 dogs, mine, and one other- a laboratory blend). The college was known to me by somebody from the recovery team that I used her from. I used to be buying college that had plenty of experience with the type. The event occurred on-the last day of course. About the last day of course, my dog was doing very well. Another dog was lunging and shouting at her at times throughout school, but she was not responding and hearing my ques, an such like. That was a noticable difference when compared with past months. With about 2-0 minutes left of-the last course, we went outside per the teacher (never had taken them outside before). Tasha was on a head and harness halter the coach required she be on the head halter had been loaned by them in my experience). The lead was attached to the top halter, that the coach directed me to complete. We went outside, both dogs, homeowners, and asst & coach. At that time we were practicing walking on a loose lead, practicing sitting/downs. Tasha was doing very well, perhaps not as the other dog was so reactive that him on the coach stopped and set a halter, responding significantly. All an immediate Tasha's mind halter fails, drops from her, and once Tasha understands it (recognized it before me), she begins working following the other dog (whom had been walked by his owner and just a few feet away) and they begin fighting. The coach & asst. Reveal to become very, asked me to not intervene o-r say such a thing to my pet. The battle lasts about five minutes and ultimately the coach places anything between them for the 2nd time, and I draw my dog away by-the funnel that she still had on. Another dog sustained a veterinarian statement of $950 and needed to visit the er. While Tasha had small bite wounds and cuts. The other operator who understand it was an incident, and admits it might have been her in my own sneakers as her dog is extremely dog intense, want me to cover the vet bill. I have the other operator shouldn't spend, but I believe the college is notably responsible? Any thoughts??? Thanks for just about any guidance.
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