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    My girlfriends son twice.
    The puppy is a 9 month old German Sheperd / Golden Retriever mix. He bit her 3 year old son once on the ass and then this morning on his leg when I picked him up.

    The puppy is not neutered. Will this help?

    Anyone else delt with this?

    Hes a great dog, very well behaved. But my sister just had a baby and I cant have him bitting my nephew.

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    Sounds like you gotta get rid of one or the other.. LOL..

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    Quote Originally Posted by NO BUTT NO PUTT View Post
    My girlfriends son twice.
    The puppy is a 9 month old German Sheperd / Golden Retriever mix. He bit her 3 year old son once on the ass and then this morning on his leg when I picked him up.

    The puppy is not neutered. Will this help?

    Anyone else delt with this?

    Hes a great dog, very well behaved. But my sister just had a baby and I cant have him bitting my nephew.

    How do you know how long to wait after cutting his nuts off if that will change his temperment?
    Tough call, could you take the chance to see if it happens again?
    Is it worth taking the chance to see if it happens again to to your GF's kid or your new nephew?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garrddogg View Post
    Sounds like you gotta get rid of one or the other.. LOL..
    Probablly cheaper to get rid of the GF & kid in the long run rather than the dog! (JK)

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadow View Post
    How do you know how long to wait after cutting his nuts off if that will change his temperment?
    Tough call, could you take the chance to see if it happens again?
    Is it worth taking the chance to see if it happens again to to your GF's kid or your new nephew?
    Its not worth the wait or chance.

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    Probablly cheaper to get rid of the GF & kid in the long run rather than the dog! (JK)
    Thats not funny....


    Asshole. j/k

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    Im just worried that if he bites a little kid in the channel or at the park.
    Then what? Lawsuit!!!

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    Sounds like the dog needs some boundaries set. I am sure it is a great dog but he is trying to show dominance and you need to let him know that it is not acceptable. The two best ways I have found to work is to ignore the dog as soon as he has done this. Or flip him on his back and pin him by the neck until he submits. This is what packs do to dog when doing something un acceptable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NO BUTT NO PUTT View Post
    Its not worth the wait or chance.



    Thats not funny....


    Asshole. j/k
    Look at the bright side you would only need a 2 seater boat.
    Seat for you and one for fido!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadow View Post
    Look at the bright side you would only need a 2 seater boat.
    Seat for you and one for fido!

    I only need a 2 seater now. One for me and one for Jess.
    Well a 3 1/2 seater. The cooler has to ride comfy in the back seat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NO BUTT NO PUTT View Post
    I only need a 2 seater now. One for me and one for Jess.
    Well a 3 1/2 seater. The cooler has to ride comfy in the back seat.
    OK then beat the dog into submission!

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    Quote Originally Posted by yzfrider View Post
    Sounds like the dog needs some boundaries set. I am sure it is a great dog but he is trying to show dominance and you need to let him know that it is not acceptable. The two best ways I have found to work is to ignore the dog as soon as he has done this. Or flip him on his back and pin him by the neck until he submits. This is what packs do to dog when doing something un acceptable.
    Hmmm..........I wonder if this will work on the wife too?? LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadow View Post
    OK then beat the dog into submission!

    I have, and hes still agressive towards him.
    If Jess and I are watching tv in the living room and Diesel is layn under the coffee table and Brody comes in and walks by the table. Diesel will snap at Brodys legs when he walks by. I keep smacking the shit out of Diesels nose. But he continues to do it. I guess its time for the dog to move on.

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    Get out of denile and get rid of it right now. I've experienced this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat Sass View Post
    Hmmm..........I wonder if this will work on the wife too?? LOL
    works at my house, if the wife gets out of line, I throw her on her back and pin her,
    sometimes I think she likes it!

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