One year old female rescue with fear aggression problems.I have a one year old 30 pound female dog that has fear aggression problems. I've had her since 3 months. She was removed from her mother with her siblings right after birth and found in a trash can.
She loves other dogs and children. If a person has a dog she's fine with them but if not she will bark and act aggressively toward them. She has not bitten anyone.
She is afraid of men, strangers of any kind, loud noises, she will bark and charge at people. Once everyone sits down she's fine but if someone gets up she has to go through the process of trust all over again. She's afraid of hands and eye contact. If someone new comes in she will run to hide then change her mind and bark and charge. If someone moves their hands over her head she goes nuts. If my husband walks through the room quickly she hides under the kitchen table.
She's a garbage collector. She steals mostly plastic from the recycling to chew.
She can be jealous and clingy but not overly so.
She has few special people and has learned to trust a few regular guests over time.
She can be fiercely protective.
She seems paranoid as if people will hurt her or those she loves.
A large male family member hugged my son the other day and I thought she was going to bite him.
I used lycopodium 30C with some good results. I waited 30 days and went to re dose and saw no continued improvement. wondering where to go next. Thinking either belladonna or pulsatilla or a higher does of lycopodium. Thank you
elcie33 on 2020-01-03
Other remedies that I could think about are; Aconite, Cuprum metallicum, and Stramonium.
Aconite has full of fears, and they are scared of strangers, just passing by them.
Cuprum is afraid of people who approach them and get mad and want to bite bystanders.
Stramonium has fear and violent behavior, but they want to be with you when they get scared.
Belladonna is violent, but they usually violent towards themselves so they may bite or scratch themselves but not other people.
Pulsatilla is not violent but they can be very irritable, touchy and fearful so if you feel it may be a good remedy, then try it and see.
Also, you can give her Rescue remedy, just put 7-8 drops in her drinking water and let her drink.
So read those remedies in your books or you can read them here on this site, and just try giving it one at a time so you know which one works the best.
♡ Tui 8 months ago
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