Trooper, My Aggressive German Shepherd.

by Natacha
(Mississauga, Ontario)

Trooper.

Trooper.

I have the most beautiful two year old long haired king german sheperd. But it's become fearful to be around him.

The most random things trigger him to snap and I just dont know what to expect anymore. He is a dominant agressive dog and it's starting to scare me and my family.

He will not move when he is told to, resists obeying commands he already knows, defends his food bowl, jumps on people and lots more.

One time, I petted him on his back near his bum and he snapped,growled and barked. He gets this look in his eye and I'm trying to find a way to deal with all this.

I dont want to have to put him down because he is my pride and joy, but I need to figure out what do with him, I need some suggestions. :) Is there anything I can do other then getting a trainer?

I know that he is a pure breed and they can be really hard to train, But it's really expensive to put him in a dog taining facility.

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Aggressive Shepherd Mix

by Kelly
(NY)

My Dog Is Aggressive. We have a one year old German shepherd mix we got from the local SPCA about 6 months ago. We also have an 8 month old female Labrador we got at the same time. We've had both dogs approximately 6 months.

Our Shepherd mix has just recently displayed aggressive behavior. He will be seemingly normal but then become "moody." It can happen while petting him or correcting him. Out of the blue he will start to quiver his lips with a growl and then follow up with a snap. Normally we try to reprimand him verbally, but it doesn't seem to have any effect.

This morning his was chewing on something (carpet) he was not supposed to. I gave him a "no" command and told him to move. When I got closer he began growling and actually lunged at me. I aggressively hit him down (first time) and scolded him loudly with "NO! BAD DOG!" He began to run away, I followed and continued to scold. When he got to a point he felt cornered (I think) he turned around and growled again. I again scolded loudly, "NO!" He continued to search for a place to hide/be alone.

What do we do? 90% of the time he is a very good pet. He knows how to sit, come, and stay, even around food. But 10% of the time we don't know what to expect. He doesn't like being corrected or made to do anything against his will.

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Aggressive 10-Years Old German Shepherd Mix

by Jennie
(Galloway, OH, USA)

I have had Baca for 7 years (she is 10 years old now) and a now a child for 2 years. I'm expecting another baby in July. Baca was fine with the newborn, but at some point when he became mobile she decided to teach him a lesson. She snapped at him when he got close to her and touched her "wrong." I'm not exactly sure what happened. Ever since then, I have managed her by putting her in a kennel whenever my son is awake and about. I don't think I can handle 2 babies and trying to keep Baca away when they are awake, aside from keeping Baca locked up all day and only out at night, when everyone is sleeping.

I want to do what is best for my children, but also keep my integrity when it comes the be a responsible dog owner. I have tried to re-home her, but I believe her age is making that near impossible. My Vet said her life expectancy is between 10-12 years, and she just turned 10. She is healthy now with no issues. She also will snap at me if I try to do something she really doesn't like - like grab her belly while she is sitting or standing (I was trying to get her to stand so I could brush her - she kept trying to lay down, which wasn't what I wanted). I am nervous about clipping her nails, but I will scale her teeth on my own and I can put my hand in her food bowl without any problems. I have tried to teach her new "tricks," but she only learns them while I have treats - as soon as the treats are gone, so is the new behavior. She knows sit and kennel pretty well.

Do you have any suggestions?

Thanks,

Jennie

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Aggressive German Shepherd Mix Attacks My Brother

by Katy
(Missouri)

Hi,

My dog is the sweetest guy but he seems to have issues with my brother. ALWAYS has since I adopted him when he was a little over a year old.

Yesterday when my brother was over visiting he attacked him out of no where. He is very unstable when he is around him.... How do I correct this?

My brother always yells at me saying my dog isn't trained and I need to put him to sleep, but he is 100% a different dog around me.

Thanks for any advice!

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Protective Aggressive German Shepherd

by MM
(Indiana)

My husband and I have a purebred 1 year-old german shepherd who we've raised since 8 weeks. He was very shy and cautious as a puppy. He does act that way still in some new situations, but we have tried to socialize him and expose him to new environments since an early age.

As he has gotten older, he has started demonstrating some protective agressive behavior. He barks at visitors to our home. He never growls are bites, but his loud bark can scare people and children. We oftentimes have to keep him outside when people visit for their peace of mind. He even barks at our neighbors, who he sees on an almost daily basis in the back yard. On walks, he barks and pulls towards other dogs and people. This has become a big frustration for us.

He has been exposed to other dogs since a young age and loves to play rough with other dogs his age. However, he does not seem to be able to read other dogs' signs if they are not interested in playing like this, and it can sometimes lead to aggressive behavior from the other dogs like growling and nipping.

On a recent visit to the vet's office, he began barking loudly at the tech when she came in the room. He would not let her get near him while I was in the room. I let the tech take him to the back however, to get the test done, and she said he did great and didn't even bark. He has also spent time at dog daycares & boarding kennels, and they have all told me that he behaves great with the other dogs and people, and is never aggressive. He always seems to behave poorly and bark at others when we are around, so I assume this is protective behavior. He has never demonstrated any aggression toward my husband and me, even if we handle his bones, toys, or food.

We always tell him "no", "quiet" when he barks and scares other people and dogs. We praise him if he walks by strangers and does not bark or pull on the leash. Despite this, he seems to only obey when he is interested in doing so. He knows basic commands like sit, lay down, stay, come & fetch. He has a hard obeying when he is distracted. He does not come if there is another person or dog that he wants to chase after. Do you have any suggestions as to how we can let him know when he doesn't need to be protective? How can we reinforce obedience even when he is distracted by others?

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Aggressive German Shepherd 23 months old

by Kris
(NJ)

We have had our dog since he was 8 weeks old. Since the beginning he has been very stubborn and rebellious. We were having aggression issues only when someone, including myself or my husband, reprimand him for doing something bad... taking food from the counter, jumping on people. When I say reprimand I mean either yelling at him or using his choker collar. He has growled and showed teeth at me more than 5 times now, and has done the same to my husband but only once. He has also shown aggression to my father, who came over to visit and the dog went to jump on him and my dad yelled and pushed him off and he growled and showed teeth.

My dad has been around the dog since we got him. The dog is usually very friendly and loves to be pet, just like any normal dog, but if you yell at him NO, and he isn't in the mood to listen, he will show aggression. We sought help with a personal dog trainer who insisted we use the Dogtra Ecollar, and we worked with this trainer for 5 weeks with personal lessons at our home. With the Ecollar, the dog is very obedient and follows all commands. As soon as the collar comes off, he is like a punk teenager, not listening and showing aggression if you try to tell him what to do.

Today the dog did not have the e collar on, and was digging a hole in the yard, so I went over to him and hollered NO! and he lunged at me, baring teeth and growling. Its getting to be too much. I do not want to get rid of the dog, he has become part of our family, but I feel that he is not stable and you never know what will set him off.

We have tried choker collars and prong collars, but if u dare try to grab the collar, he will become aggressive. I kno he is not a bad dog, he loves to play and snuggle, as long as no one tells him what to do! The vet has checked him out and says he is healthy.

Please help!

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Randomly Aggressive German Shepherd

by JenniCa
(Hawaii)

I have an 11 week old Male German Shepherd named Kano. For most part he is sweet loving energetic puppy. We got him at 3 and a half weeks because the old mom dried up and was more interested in the child she spends all day with, his mom is a service dog for a little boy. So naturally she dried up when the puppies began teething. The puppies when playing with the little boy began biting him, the mother dog proceeded to become extremely aggressive too and the puppies and wanted nothing to do with them. That's how we ended up with him at 3 and half weeks old.

We live in Hawaii and we told not to take him out till fully vaccinated. We take him out on weekends to area with no other dogs and place were they has been no dogs. we also have him enrolled in puppy training he does great. Last week another dog joined our class and he was scared of its bark. Since the class we will be playing with him, and all the sudden he gets really aggressive and pulls ears back and sticks tail down and has that look in his eyes, it scared me. Since he cant go out much we play in the house a lot but last night, after we worked on simple commands like Sit, down, drop, come, leave it, stay and then worked on getting him tos it beside us. I began to play fetch with him and all the sudden he dropped the tennis ball and did his aggressive thing. I'm afraid to play with him after that because he ripped a hole in my hoodie and tryed ot come back after i pushed him away n got up. Need help, with this sitution. He is not food aggressive or anything im not sure what triggered the aggressiveness but my husband say it has been that way for a week or so. He is in the teething phase and we give him frozen banana sticks, frozen peanut butter balls, frozen kongs filled with peanut butter, he has pid ears, rawhide chews, tennis balls and lots of toys.

Need to know what we can do to stop the behavior before it as much bigger issue. He is my baby since i did bottle feed him so very attached n dont wanna have to get rid of him any help would be great.

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Aggressive German Shepherd/ Doberman Pinscher

My husband and I just got a 1 year old German Shepherd/ Doberman Pinscher mix and she absolutely adores us and respects us fairly well. Our problem is that she is extremely aggressive and vicious towards visitors and she wont listen when we tell her it is ok. She appears to be trying protecting us but we are not sure. We want her to be a good guard dog but also to accept the people we allow to come over. What are your suggestions?

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Part Time Aggressive German Shepherd

by Sherry Ki
(Kentucky)


I have a 2 year old female GSD named Mya and a 5 year old miniatue dachshund named Spanky. We live in the country and Spanky stays indoors while Mya spends most of her time outdoors. The problem is when I let Mya out of her crate in the morning to go outside she aggressivley attacks Spanky. I have to put him in the bathroom and close the door before I let her out or its a fight. She also will randomly attacks him if i let him out and bring him back in and she's aleady in. Sometimes she will do it if he comes outside and she's already outside. Afterwards if he's in my lap she will lick him like he's her best friend. I am always on gaurd because of this. He's never been hurt because I never leave them alone together. He also tries to fight back because he doesn't realise how small he is sometimes. What can I do to stop this. I love them both so much and wish they got alng better. He is fixed and she is going to be soon if that matters.

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4 year old German Shepherd growls at me.

by Christina
(Mesa, AZ USA)

From under the desk, he's always in eyes view...

From under the desk, he's always in eyes view...

From under the desk, he's always in eyes view...
the look he gave me after i tried to pet him.

We took Cody in back about 4 months ago, he was friendly and loving with us. the person that had him before us apparently abused, neglected and all around treated him badly which made me very sad, so the moment this person needed to find a new home for him i volunteered, my soon to be husband did as well.

Cody was fine at first. no signs of aggression towards either of us. he was a bit hyper active though. soon after we took him in, we moved into a larger home. (he has his own room).. but he sleeps in our room. I can't leave him alone, he pulls his hair out from his back hip and tail area... than about a month ago, he started growling at my other half... now we aren't sure why. my other half has known him since a puppy.. that's how we knew that Cody needed a new home. He listens to all commands, sit, lay, down, stay... no, shake, things like that. but if i my other half tried to pet he would let out a deep growl and put his ears back (keep in mind that Cody would come to him for attention) now about 2 and a half weeks ago he is doing the same to me if i touch him. sometimes if i look at him. he still follows his standard commands... he comes to me for loves and growls at me. it's a deep growl, so i move away from him now knowing whats going to happen.

Cody has our other dog Rocky confused too, they play rumple around and such but now i'm starting to see Cody put his hair up on his shoulders when they play. I think he is trying to assert alpha but i'm not for sure.. I can't have a dog behaviorist come in because he is very aggressive to people he does not know. if i take him to a vet they have to give him a sedative to bring him into the office. he has come at me once with his teeth out, but i think that was because he was scared i was going to give him a bath... i don't know what to do about him, I'm scared of him but i feel bad for him at the same time.

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Aggressive German Shepherd Mix

by Jenna
(Canada)

I have a 3 month old german shepard mix. He is very calm, even stays laying down when a visitor walks in, he is housebroken and knows basic commands (sit, come...). I also have two children, 4 years old and 19 months.

My kids like to run around a lot and the puppy will run right along with them and bite. He sometimes bites and starts to tug at them. I try to stop him by saying no and mimicking a biting effect with my hand in a claw motion. He seems to do it when he gets excited and there is a lot of movement around. I wanna stop this because he does pierce the skin at times. I know he is teething but he only seems to bite the children, even if they don't pay attention to him, he will come up and bite them. Can anyone help?

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Agressive German Shepherd

by Tina
(Pennsylvania)

We have a 22 month old GSD that was diagnosed by a trainer with Genetic Fear Aggression. Her suggestion was to put her to sleep since she poses a bite risk.

Our dog is our family and before we make such a huge decision we want to seek out advise to help our GSD manage her aggression. We will be working with another trainer soon and hope this site can help us as well

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Aggressive German Shephard Mix

by Maria
(Houston)

We got our German Shephard mix from the pound when he was about 6 months old and we have had him for about 3 months now. He is an outside dog and he has a under ground wire fence. Lately, we seem to have problems with him getting into everything. He will drag the trash in the middle of the yard and shoes and everything he can get his hands on. He knows that he shouldnt do it because as soon as we get home and see what he did he runs away because he knows he shouldnt do it.

Just recently, he dragged a bag of trash into the yard and we tried to catch him and he wouldnt come to us and everytime we got close to getting his colllar he would try to snap at us. My husband has a bad temper and got very upset when he tried to bite him so after we finally caught him we tied him up. But we arent sure what to do with him because he also has problems listening when he knows he is in trouble. For example, after he drags something in the yard we will yell at him to come here and he wont. We have another dog and 2 cats that he gets along with perfectly. When we first got him he would chase after the cats then i trained him to not to chase the cats so now they play with each other. We are worried that if he starts snipping he wont stop. So we are not sure how to train him or discpline him to listen to us and not to drag everything in the yard.

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Barking German Shepherd


Nola is a one year and nine months old purebred female German Shepherd. She has been coming to my classroom three days a week for one year now. I am a therapeutic nature study teacher for children with emotional disturbance. Nola has her own space with a crate and barrier so she can have a break from the children whenever necessary. She has had basic training from an instructor and I work with her daily on obedience. For the most part she listens to me except for barking and occasionally jumping up on people when greeting, which with her long German Shepherd nose can be a scary for people not comfortable with big dogs.

She is good with most of the children and other people as well but it is the initial over-enthusiastic greeting that I am struggling with. As she gets older, she barks when greeting others and if people keep walking towards us without stopping (I ask them to stop and wait until I get her to sit and stay but they don't always listen) she will bark somewhat aggressively, not growling or showing teeth though.

Nola also barks when people other than family members or familiar students enter the room. I assume this is protective and natural but it scares people. I am strong with her, having established myself as the alpha of the human pack. If I become assertive she always submits. I mix firm commands with rewards when they are earned. I work with her extensively each day, the most time taking with loose leash walking, which she seems to have a short attention span and I must repeat often to not step in front of me. She seems to be stubborn. She resists maintaining the "look" command so that I can hold her attention on me.

The thing that most worries me is that she barks the most at people who are scared of her. She will often bark at approaching people but once they reach their hand to her from below her head, she sniffs them and becomes disinterested or tries to engage them in play; but when people are scared of dogs in general, she keeps barking and barking. I have taken to putting her on her back and telling her "no," but this is not a good look in public.

I am home from work for six weeks on medical leave so I am trying to get this barking in check, as well as improving general obedience.

Please make suggestions.

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Dog aggressive German Shepherd/Malinois


Our 12 mo german shepherd/malinois neutered male is being aggressive towards our 10 yr. golden retriever neutered male and our Shitzu mix 6 yr. neutered male. We also have 9yr. Spayed female lab who he shows no aggression to. The aggression happens in our presence only. Need a behavior modification plan. We have all resources to separate but want a plan to create acceptance and peace. Thanks!

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Why is my german shepherd cross only aggressive to my terrier when we go for a walk?

by dog lover
(uk)

Hello, I have a very sweet tempered 11 month old German shepherd lurcher cross, and a 3 year old parsons terrier, both boys. They are the best of friends when they are at home, but when i try and take them to the park, my shepherd gets quite aggressive to the terrier, he chases him and barks and tries to hurt him. I have had dogs for a while and i do know the difference between play and fighting- and this is most defiantly not play!

this is quite a new thing, it's only started happening in the last month or so, and he's totally fine with any other dog, but i'm quite worried that my little terrier will get hurt. like i said, they are fine the rest of the time, they'll play happily, they sleep in the same room and share toys without issue, it's only when we go for a walk.

if anybody has any suggestions as to what might by causing him to act like this, or what i can do to stop it from happening i would really appreciate it, i love walking my boys and want to be able to do it without them being kept on the leads and separate.

thanks for taking the time to read this and i'll look forward to hearing from you :)

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Protective German Shepherd

by Nancy
(Birmingham, AL, USA)

My son has a gorgeous solid black pure bred German Shepherd that is about 2 1/2 years old named Sioux. Sioux has never been aggressive, but has always been extremely attached to my 13-year-old grandson.

Sioux has just recently "decided" that he doesn't want my son to come close to my grandson. To clarify, my son has never been abusive in ANY way to the dog or his son, and he is puzzled about Sioux's extreme protective behavior.
The dog has not ever growled at my son, but he stands between my son and grandson and barks constantly. As soon as my son walks away from his son, Sioux stops barking.
Should my son be worried about this dog's behavior?

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Aggressive German Shepherd


I have an almost 2 year old German shepherd and she's a pure bred. She has a problem with people coming into the house and she hates little dogs who like to antagonize her and I want her to learn to ignore them rather than try to defend herself.

She has a sort of anxiety and she is very energetic but over all she is a good dog but has special needs. I've been to a couple trainers and some either do not really know how to help my dog in particular and some use more physical techniques to try to train her which just caused her to be scared more than have respect.

Is there any way to help her be more calm?

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STRANGE BEHAVIOR FROM GERMAN SHEPHERD

by TRESSA
(NOBLE, OK)

I ADOPTED A FEMALE GERMAN SHEPERD WHO IS THOUGHT TO BE AROUND 4 OR 5 YEARS OLD. SHE HAS BONDED WITH ME WELL, IS INDIFFERENT TOWARDS MY HUSBAND BUT IS FEARFUL AND SLIGHTLY AGRESSIVE TOWARDS MY TEENAGED SON. NOW SHE HAS BEGUN REFUSING TO COME BACK INTO THE HOUSE AFTER BEING LET OUT IF I AM NOT HOME? SHE FOLLOWS ME AROUND EVERY WHERE I GO AND SEEMS TO PACE ALOT? THESE HAVE SEEM TO HAVE GOTTEN WORSE SINCE WE ADOPTED A 1 YR OLD MALE GERMAN SHEPERD WHOM HAS BONDED WELL WITH US ALL. HE IS POSSESIVE IN THE SENSE THAT IF I PET OR CALL FOR MISSY HE BUTTS IN AND PUSHES HER AWAY, AND THIS SEEMS TO INCREASE HER ANXIETY, PLEASE HELP I AM AT A LOSS.

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Female Great Dane bit my male German Shepherd

by Donna
(Vermont)

I have two male German Sheperds and my boyfriend has a female Great Dane , she bit one of my Shepherds. How can we get them to get along?

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7 year old aggressive German Shepred

by Michelle
(Sarah MS)

We have had Doc from the time he was 8 weeks old, we live in the country and not many people come to our house so he has not been around many people. He has allergies which we try to control. He has never bitten anyone, when they come to read meter he just barks at them until I or my husband comes out then he circles them but never bites. Lately he is starting to growl and show his teeth to both my husband and I. I am very afraid of him and my husband said we need to put him down because he is going to snap one day, is there any training that can be done with him since he is so old?

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Mindy and my jealous and hyper german shepherd

by Mindy
(Ashley Ohio)

He is great if its me and him playing ball or catch on his turf. We go for a walk he sees another dog behind a fence and he goes after them like he's going to eat them alive. He is only 6 months old. He pulled me on the ground the other day. I love him how do I get him under control?

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White German Shepherd Aggressive towards my Cat

by Maria
(Phila., PA)

Hello:

My Shepherd is 5 years old and my cat is 7. Lily (Shepherd) is getting really aggressive towards my cat. They have been together since Lily was born. Every time Theo (cat) walks by Lily, she growls. Lily chases the cat and sometimes the cat gets mad and tried to swipe Lily.

I am afraid Lily will hurt Theo.

How can I stop Lily from being so aggressive.

Thank you.

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4 MONTH OLD FEMALE GERMAN SHEPHERD IS BECOMING AGRESSIVE

by Debbie H.
(Leesburg, Virginia)

Hi,

We rescued a german shepherd female when she was 2 months old and she is now 4 months. When someone comes to the door or a stranger comes up to her she is very aggressively barking and looking like she want to bite them.

She is great around our toddlers and most other dogs. It is just strangers and her home. When we walk her she is good.
We took her to basic training a couple of months ago.

We are afraid she is going to bite someone. We are a young family and don't have extra money for one on one training.

She is not spayed yet, do you think her personality will become less agressive after the surgery?

Will she grow out of this aggressive stage?

What can we do. We are afraid to keep her.

Thanks,

Debbie

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Aggressive german shepherd

by Gary
(Newark)

My 8 month old gsd will growl at my 2 year son who always is nice to the dog. Any ways im geting ride of the dog but kind off sucks. After all the money and trainning and love i put into the dog. I dont get it he use to be best friends with my son

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Unmotivated 6 month old German Shepard

by Darla
(Alberta canada)

Shepherd is Tuffer and mastif/lab is Brutis

Shepherd is Tuffer and mastif/lab is Brutis

I have a 6 month old pure bred male German Shepard. He is very smart and energetic but I can't seem to get his attention. He is not food motivated to reward with treats. He is not toy motivated nor does he care if you pet him, cuddle him, or just give him a pat and say good boy. He loves to play fetch and he will come drop the ball for you but we just can't seem to get past that. I took him for a walk, along with my 2 year and my 7 month old in a stroller, he was tied to my waist so he would have to pay attention to me instead of his surroundings but when we stopped and my son was watching a squirrel, two people came walking down the trail and my dog went crazy. He saw the people coming so it wasn't a surprise and we calmly said hi to each other. He jumped up as far as he could go and aggressively barked at them till they were past us. They commented, thankfully you have him on a leash, and kept on their way. I don't in any way want an aggressive dog and with a 2 year old and baby I can't always be outside dragging him around. Any suggestions?

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aggressive german shepherd beagle one year old female

by Patti Mckee
(kingsford mi)

We recently adopted a one yr old female german shepard beagle mix. She wss great when we got her but lately has been showing some aggressive behavior when playing barking and nipping. We started playing tug of war with her and she gets riled up and wont quit. Is this something to worry about

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