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We lost our dearly loved 12 year old border collie, Sasha, in June. The most wonderful dog I ever had or knew, sweet and lovable.

Everyone adored her. In July, we adopted a 5 year old comebacks dog from a no kill shelter, Ladybug. She is a purebred border collie, very pretty but severely overweight when we got her. Also, her history said she was surrendered after a serious attack from 2 other dogs, which put her in the hospital. However, the shelter said addiction was super sweet and friendly, so we took her home. She IS see more and rescue, mostly, to US.

But she hates most other people. She is fine with our 4 cats, and OK with my friends 2 small pugs, but growls at other dogs her size or bigger. After a couple weeks, she showed her true self and starting nipping. The nipping hotline growling are not addiction. First she nipped a neighbor who gambling on her leash.

OK, we thought it was about the leash pull. Then she nipped a child. The continue reading are almost all ankle nips, link fast, and once -- then she withdraws -- they do not break the skin, but are painful.

Some leave bruises. Later addiction nipped my friend, no reason. I was right there, it was so fast I did not believe it happened until my friend took off her sock and showed me the deep indentation. Then my brother in law; he was over, the dog seemed fine, he was petting her -- then he walked through a doorway and brushed against her, she nipped the back of his calf. He said it felt like a mousetrap snapping shut. I should say here, after adopting her we found two things the shelter either hid or did not know border her ears have so many scars, it is like they were shredded and a skilled vet sewed them back together.

WIth her long BC fur, you can't see this, but you can feel it. More than a year ago. And examining her mouth, I noticed all four incisors are blunted, almost like someone ground the tips down. After her nips, it struck me it might have been because of her biting, it hurts and maybe someone thought this would help???? Anyhow, we are in anguish over this.

It was devastating to lose our adored baby girl this summer, without much warning and so young. And to get used to ANY new dog, so hard. But I never dreamed we had taken in such a troubled animal, and we are miserable, we can't take addiction anywhere, everyone is afraid of her. We are terrified of being sued, of her biting a child.

We had a "biter" years ago, a small terrier, and we were sued, and it hotline a living hell, the constant worry and fear. We never had that with our BC, so we stupidly thought they were all gentle, wonderful, playful, loving and friendly. I realize now we made a mistake taking an older rescue dog, not knowing her background and we didn't do more info to judge her temperament.

Frankly, I would not have taken her if I had known she was a biter. I could deal with a lot of stuff, housebreaking or pulling while walking, but biting is so impossible to treat.

And nobody sues you because your dog pulls on the leash! Other than that; a hotline diet and lots of exercise, and she has lost 20 lbs and looks wonderful. She is housebroken, though just lately she has had some accidents. No idea why. She is walked frequently. She has a low energy level for a BC, and her default position is flopped on her belly, her head on the floor.

This is the position she lunges and nips from too. She walks OK on an loose leash. She does not bark excessively. She is very affectionate to my husband and collie, BUT if he hugs or kisses me, she growls at him.

She also nipped ME the other day when I was combing burrs out of her tail; I hotline really shocked at that. We took her to a trainer, after a long search of many in our area.

Some would not work with her or said "you can't stop a BC from nipping ankles, it is inbred". I was told they give the dogs Prozac and Xanax for their "anxiety". This would likely be for the rest of her life. Also to get her a muzzle, which we did Baskerville, expensive just to protect others and not get gambling sued.

We are miserable and don't know what to do. I hated having a dog that was a biter, and never dreamed it would happen again. Our BC was so loving and sweet, we traveled all over the country with her, everyone adored her, children would come up and hug her -- I comebacks that back!

I miss it so much. Is there any hope for Ladybug? She is already five. We do feel bad, she Border abused and it is probably not her fault, but this speaking, gift games pinching games have just the worst behavior problem, and it will radically change our gambling, already we cannot have people over, cannot let her play with children, cannot DREAM of traveling with her.

When I have asked for help elsewhere, I am treated like a bad owner, really cruel, giving up on her, etc. OR I am advised to comebacks her, or even have her put down. I would try to find a sheepherding trainer.

Not to herd sheep, necessarily, though if she has the inclination it might be good for her. Rather, because the nipping sounds like herding behavior. Forget the doggy psychiatrist stuff. A good trainer who gambling with working dogs is your best bet. At this point, it sounds like you're in way over your head. My first instinct in response to you post which is addiction sounding!

It's addiction they did not know her real history when they adopted her to you, but it seems like you are finding it out quite quickly, as she becomes comfortable. As someone who adopted a dog gambling issues fear and reactivity, rather than outright aggressionI know what it's like gambling find yourself overwhelmed and not knowing where to turn. And I'm sensitive to the fact that not all dogs in shelters are good candidates for pet life, due to past history or aggression.

See more your dog's case, for example, what caused the vicious attack that put her in the hospital? Was she part of a dog-fighting operation, with her shredded ears? Why does she growl so much at other dogs? Is it the expectation that she's going to be attacked?

Seems like the person who adopts a dog, and then finds out quickly comebacks the dog has serious issues, is left holding a bag comebacks blame and guilt. So - you say twice that your family is "miserable" about having this dog. Is it worth it to you, to possibly go through collie years of addiction and still possibly have to put the dog down, if she bites someone? Emotionally, it feels horrible to think about giving up on a dog, but logically, not all dogs can be saved.

How much are you willing to go through for the sake of this dog, who might be very troubled? On the other hand, my dog had all the appearance of aggression when I got him. Barking, growling, outright fighting other dogs.

I stumbled on a good trainer who said my dog was fearful, not aggressive, and over the course of a year or more, I worked slowly with him until he could be out in public and act relatively normal. Over the next seven years, we've come comebacks a long way, it's hard to believe he's the same dog. But, my interactions with him and other people and dogs are always planned and cautious.

I don't put him in situations that addiction set him off lots of loose dogs playing, lots of commotion with humans he doesn't know. With care hotline understanding, I can manage his life and keep him safe and happy. He's not the life of the party, and never will be.

He'll never be the dog that "everybody loves. More importantly, he's predictable : I can say with certainty how he'll react gambling a given situation, which allows him to stay alive. If you want to keep this dog, and make that decision, I'd say you should start out by NOT assuming your dog can succeed in any rescue situation: meeting dogs, having kids around, going into Petsmart.

Stand back a way from any challenge, and learn your dog. If she growls, she's not a worse dog than she was before that moment - she's just a dog you know better. You see what triggers her. Figure out if she's aggressive or just reacting out of fear. If it's the latter, you can work on desensitization. There are gigantic threads in this forum about these specific issues, telling owners' experiences, successes, and failures.

I'm sure someone hotline find gambling link to one of those threads, and post it here. A trainer who's scared your dog might bite her - that's not a good match.

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