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    Craig Murray in Queensland

    Here is someone I have done Seminars with and quite like...Especially for aggressive dogs. have been to several workshops/seminars regarding this when i firsts had my Annabelle, who was very people and dog aggressive.

    She is great now, but I call her my managed dog. I will always be aware of her history. It is my job/responsibility to protect her form certain situations and to keep her trained.......but remember you have to put in the time and effort. there is no quick fix for this behaviour
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    Lots of good suggestions here.

    My only addition would be, until you know the reason, dont let her off lead anywhere and probably dont put her in a position where she is close enough on lead to be able to nip...or to even feel uncomfortable. That's safest for her.

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    Yup Craig Murray or Jane Harper whoever is closer or who they recommend. I think it's just at the point now where you need some help. Don't give up on the dog until you've had a proper assessment of him done. As for rehoming to a working farm, unless the dog actually has exceptional proper working ability there is slim chance of that (and most farmers will not take desexed dogs either)

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    I like her website. Down to earth and not at all pretentious.

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    Lala has hit the nail on the head, until such stage as you get to a vet for a physical examination, and I mean more than the usual and then take the next steps training/rehabilitation you need to keep both her and others safe.

    There is nothing wrong with saying "don't touch my dog please", doesn't matter who it is or if she's like that person before don't push her and don't put her in any circumstances where things can go wrong until such stage as you get help.

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