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dog is fear aggressive

My dog is 9 yrs old. Unfortunately he has been bitten 7-8 times and has become fear aggressive. Thus as soon as he sees a dog (small, big, puppy, female dog) he tries to show that he is aggressive by barking etc, but still hides behind me.
As such loves humans. I have 2 bunnies and really good friends with them. He loves people coming over to our house and will show all his toys etc to them and try to remain as the centre of conversation. Except for early morning he doesn't like to be petted of fondled too much. Doesn't like playing games which most dogs do. Loves long walks. Very anxious when we go out or see's someone packing a suitcase. Loves massages and warmth. Even on a hot sunny day prefers to be covered by a blanket or to put on his coat and sit in the sun.
 
  jatan on 2005-11-21
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Possibly look at Phosphorus. Need more detail, like is he thin, long and lean or slow, obese, or just right.

NAMASTE
 
Namaste27 last decade
He is a Daschund and Beagle mix. He is a bit overweight i.e 1-2 pounds, thus i would say just right. As such quite active. Goes for 9-10 km walks with us once a month. likes to walk fast and he is fast considering his small daschund legs. Will jump for a good 2-3 minutes when my wife or I come back from home and then play with us. If due to bad weather we can't take him out for his regular walk, "he'll" make sure we take him the next day. Love's his walks. Licks his front paws a lot, but as such there is nothing physically wrong with them. Consistency of stool seems fine.
 
jatan last decade
Licking paws could be a reaction to vaccinations. Maybe someone can help with that aspect. Do a google for reactions to vaccines or licking of paws.
 
Sparkfx last decade
Phos is long and lean.

How is his appetite. What does he crave or dislike?

Paws-

Sulphur-Itchy, red, licking constantly.

Graphites-Cracked paws.

Does he have moles or warts?

NAMASTE
 
Namaste27 last decade
first, Thank you for responding and helping.

His appetite is fine. He'll eat only as much he requires. Won't go over and beyond except for his favourite treats, but those he can't access himself.
He loves carrots. We have to have carrots for him at home otherwise he'll bark the place down if doesn't get them
(we give him 4-5 baby carrots every day in the evening).
Yes he has a lot of moles on his tummy. Warts he gets maybe once a ear and then they dissappear.
We check his paws regularly, but they are not red and neither they are cracked. He doesn't like ppl. touching them generally except to shake paws. We got them xray';d to chk if they were fine internally which they were.

I'll do the google search if there is anything regarding reaction to vaccines etc.
 
jatan last decade
If he has been vaccinated and due to the moles and warts you may want to look into opening his healing with Thuja. It tends to open the energy channels of healing in the body, thus allowing the other remedies to do their work efficiently.

Please avoid all vaccines, except mandatory rabies. Even then try to get it only every 3 years and a killed vaccine when you do so. By law you can only vaccinate a healthy animal.

Carrots had me laughing. Good boy he is!

NAMASTE
 
Namaste27 last decade
thanks about the info. about vaccinations.
I will start him off with Thuja and then see which remedy he requires, which can help him.
 
jatan last decade

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