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  • #31
    Good luck on your journey. In my case with my fear aggressive dog it was both very stressful and but also set me on the road to wanting to learn more about the role of genetics, early socialisation and environment in raising dogs. I also joined a couple of groups that dealt with dog aggression and there were some professional trainers on there along with people working through a range of issues. It was very helpful.
    Last edited by Kalacreek; 08-03-2018, 11:00 PM.

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    • #32
      You can do this! Keep at the exercises your trainer gave you, and see the differences slowly happen! Be proud of yourself for reaching out and trying.

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      • #33
        I'm sorry to see you leave and hope you change your mind. I would love to hear more updates from you, please feel free to PM me if you need to rant or want support

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          • #35
            https://perfectlyrawsome.com/dogs/bi...ods-diet-barf/

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            • #36
              Thanks for the link Riley.

              Mindy has all permanent teeth now, she is six months on Thursday. She is doing really well at training until a human walks past, loves people, jumps all over them, but all she really wants is a belly rub, she is slowly getting there, some trainers at the school will open there arms to her, others will make her sit then give her a belly rub, when I get visitors I keep her on the lead instead of putting her out of the way.

              I don't know the name of the bone the vet gave her, I'll take it to the pet store today and ask them. it's big and solid, she rarely touches it any more, I guess there is no Challenge in it, plus I'm giving her real bones. I'll take a pic and post it later as well.

              Thanks for the link,

              I would like to get Mindy on a raw diet, All past dogs were fed raw, but the vet changed it when she got sick, which was from the dry mix she was on, and he doesn't want to change anything just yet. The new pup I can slowly start on raw, I'll just keep the same dry mix she was weaned on for a while.

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              • #37
                I use natural products from here https://www.cleardog.com.au/. My dogs love the bully sticks and the roo tails and I stuff the moo tubes with food and freeze them. I also feed raw bones. I wonder if your vet gave you a deer antler.

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                • #38
                  I get my raw and treats from here, lots and lots of choices:

                  https://rawandnaturalpetsupplies.com.au

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                  • #39
                    I get 100% Aussie treats from www.bonzadogtreats.com.au They have a large range of dehydrated treats eg bully sticks, roo jerky, moo tubes, shark cartilage. They also hand bake special occasion treats, like choc tops for dogs and bone shaped biccies.

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