• Mathew Vandart Vandart

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    July 28, 2012 at 4:27 pm
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    Ok, thanks, the problem is that his aggression only comes out when he is one on one with another dog, he does not do this when there are many dogs, he is a s good as gold.
    He does not Growl, he does not snap, ever, so the early warning for me is not there, vocally.
    This I believe stems from his life as a stud dog, I have received information also that may be pertinent to the problem.
    As I suspected he has had a good kicking off one of the breeders other dogs, a bitch and this was when the problem started.
    I suspect this is the real reason he left.
    She has also told me this ONLY happens when another dog snaps at him.
    Am I on the correct track thinking he is getting in there and taking out the threat before it gets him and that is why he goes straight for hold and dissect?
    Or am I getting the wrong end of the stick?