Lily is a nearly 6 month cocker. We've been having a few problems with her recently with increasing agression, so much so we took her to the vet to be checked over and have now been referred to a dog behaviourist, who's coming to see us on Thursday this week. However, we're very concerned how we are going to get to Thursday. She has bitten hubby twice and me once -- bought blood to hubby and I've got a bruise on my thigh (thank goodness I was wearing jeans). Last night we took Lily out for a walk, and when we got home went to take her lead off to which she did growl to warn us off but then still went for me, hence the bruise. We left her lead on last night and this morning, I've taken it off her no problems. However, she doesn't always warn us off and will go straight for the bite, this is how hubby got his bite on the leg which made him bleed. We have tried so many different things as advised on here, one being ignoring her, but then she behaves like a naughty kid trying to get our attention by any means possible and it's impossible to ignore when she's chewing our ankles, jumping up etc. There are other things that she has done, but the fact that she is biting agressively, snarling and lunging at us are the most worrying. We've been in contact with the breeder, and she was so shocked and had no reports of any of the other litter being this way. Mum is also very laid back. How are we going to get to Thursday without one of us being seriously hurt? Any advice or suggestions will be GREATLY appreciated as we're really desperate. Hubby's at work this week so it's going to be me mainly that will have to cope with her behaviour diring the day. Also, any ideas what to expect from Dog behaviourist and what his visit will entail?