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Old 05-25-2016, 11:07 PM   #17
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Completey agree with The DireStrait And would addd add by using command word and hand gesture to get down or off the bed or furniture then you don't risk being bitten As for letting people have treats great but they mustn't have eye contact with your dog simply get them to toss the treats to the dog start off quite far away and gradually and slowly get the treats nearer the person tossing them again no contact verbal or other wise! This will take time and patience I would start doing this in your home with a few friends first so the dog won't be overwhelmed by too many people. Good luck
Hi -- thanks for your note!

I was woken up by her growling at him and was a bit startled -- it's so hard to think on my feet, especially when I can't just say 'no.'

I will keep trying!

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