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sorry guys it is another coursework help appeal.

Discussion in 'Dog Training and Behaviour' started by reddogsX3, Jul 29, 2009.


  1. reddogsX3

    reddogsX3 PetForums Senior

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    hi

    as a few people know i am doing canine psych course and as part of the course i now need to find a dog with aggressive tendencies especially ones that have been assessed by vet/behaviourist.

    things i need are:

    name, age, sex and breed of dog.

    how the dog behaves and in what situation he is aggressive.

    body language at the time of aggression.

    what the professionals have said

    what type of aggression they say he/she has.

    ways you have been advised to deal with it.

    firstly i would like to thank you for any help you are able to give me on this matter.
    if you do not wish to put this on open forum you can pm me and i will give you my email addy.

    thanx again

    wendy
     
  2. james1

    james1 PetForums VIP

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    it might be an idea to create a questionnaire they can download and send back?:)
     
  3. reddogsX3

    reddogsX3 PetForums Senior

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    Thanx james good thinking.

    please find below a questionaire.

    i will be gratefull for any response

    thnx agian

    wendy
     

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    Bex190 PetForums VIP

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    Does the dog still need to be alive?
    I had an aggressive dog for 12 years who meets your criteria and I can answer all the questions for but he died earlier this year.
     
  5. reddogsX3

    reddogsX3 PetForums Senior

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    nope that is fine.

    it is just to see if i would have agreed with the professionals and what if any thing i would have done differently.

    thanx

    wendy

    p.s how is otto doing

    he is sooooooooooooooo cute i would say you should come to scotland for a visit but i may not let ya back home with him lol#

    wendy
     
  6. Bex190

    Bex190 PetForums VIP

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    That's good. I'll fill the questionaire in and get it sent back to you.
    Otto is doing great thanks. His routine is currently eat, play/run around manically, sleep, repeat!
    He's enjoying being carried around so he can see different places but he is getting so heavy. He's gone from 5kg to 6.3kg in ten days!:eek: Can't wait until August 14th when he can go for his first walk under his own steam!
     
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    reddogsX3 PetForums Senior

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    I didn't say all the activities have equal duration! lol
    He likes to catch a nap after meals to digest and recharge ready for the next manic hour!
     
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    Bex190 PetForums VIP

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    I've e-mailed you the questionaire. Just realised i didn't put my name on it.
    My dog is Rocky the staff/lab in case you were wondering!
     
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