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Temperment?

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Chauncey

Prefers the left- side of the- sidewalk
 
 
Barked: Fri Jun 22, '07 11:43am PST 
I have my third OE sheepdog, and I love the breed. This one is a bit more aggressive than the two before, which I want to chalk up to him being a pound dog because the pound didn't know any of his background/history. Any thoughts on how a typically friendly breed can be trained back into their genetic temperment, or am I going about this all the wrong way?
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Keenyah Jean

Keenyah- -America's Next- Top Model
 
 
Barked: Sun Jan 27, '08 2:12pm PST 
Honestly, It probably has a lot to do with his background! I think you need to enroll him in some classes(obedience, maybe even a behavioralist).....Also, make sure its known at all times who is the pack leader(you)...Don't EVER let your guard down on that because they will take advantage of it! Be stern but fair......dog
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