Comments for Aggressive Pure Breed Beagle

Average Rating starstarstarstarstar

Click here to add your own comments

Apr 21, 2017
Pure Bread Beagle Agression
by: Anonymous

I had a seven year old purebread beagle and had to put him down last Saturday and it broke my heart in two but I had to I tried everything trainers everything and he had gotten so aggressive that he had bitten at least 25 times family members inside the house and he bit my neighbor a week before I put him down my neighbor came to the door with a package and he lunged out the door and bit him in his private area and my neighbor did not press charges but he should have but he didn't and he has two young sons that are very young and I didn't want something tragic to happen. With saying all of that this dog we had we had since a puppy six weeks old we loved him nurtured him he was a very gentle dog he was always aggressive towards food and he became more aggressive towards his toys and food as he got older he bit me several times very badly because I would challenge him when he had something and I needed to get it from him because it was dangerous for him to have whether it was a picture frame or a pack of gum. But this same dog I could play hide and seek with in the house I laid with him every night he laid upside down in our bed between my husband and me and I loved him just like he was my own son and it took everything within me to have to put him down but I knew if I didn't he was going to end up killing maybe one of my neighbors little children and I could never live with it and that is why I had to do the most horrible thing I've ever had to do in my life is to give up my rights to my baby he was my baby even though he bit me and he was mean at times he was so lovable and tender and he was a wonderful companion to come home to when I would walk in the door from work and he greeted me as if he loved me and jumped on me and licked me he loved me so much and I will never forget him but for anyone that's having any trouble like this I hate to tell you what the end is but if you do not want a suit case against you for your dog killing a little child or really hurting somebody badly you have to put them down. This took me at least 5 years because that's when the aggression started and continue to get worse and my daughter continued to tell me I needed to get rid of him but I didn't want to get rid of him to go to another family who he would hurt because I believe he was sick and his brain and it couldn't be fixed. Or he just had aggression problems that couldn't be fixed. I can lay down in bed at night and be peaceful about my decision because I know I did the right thing and that is what the animal shelter told me is that I made the right choice. Like I said he will never ever leave my heart and I cry everyday and I don't know how long it will hurt but I know eventually it will get easier but I have him in a little box and I bring it up in bed with me sometimes just to know that he is still sleeping with me and he still and will always be my booga booga booga that's what I used to call him mom mom loves you buddy that was his name and I will never forget you 💗💗💗 I really hope that all dogs go to heaven because I can't imagine never ever seeing him again because I know I'm going to heaven and Id really like to see him up there ❤❤❤

Oct 13, 2016
I know how you feel
by: Charly

I totally understand my female beagle she is 4, but when it comes to food she has eaten hers and then ears my other dog''s I try to remove it. But her whole body stand's up and teeth show. She has never bitten anyone till now my partner, we have recently moved to a new home. Everyone telling me to sell or neutered I don't know what to do

Please help

Dec 30, 2012
Pinch Collar
by: Adam G. Katz

What you're going to want to do is: Buy and learn how to properly use the pinch collar. This will allow you to correct your dog in a manner that is meaningful. The choke chain collar is very difficult to give a motivational correction with. And it requires more "muscle" than I like.

The pinch (prong) collar is more like power steering.

Let the dog where a short leash attached to the collar, when you're in the house with him.

Be sure to sign up for our free:

Aggressive Dog Training Tips Newsletter


Adam G. Katz is the author of, "Secrets of a Professional Dog Trainer!" -- which you can find at

Click here to add your own comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to My Aggressive Dog.

Return to Aggressive Pure Breed Beagle.

Online Dog Training – Expert Videos To Stop Dog Behavioral Problems!

Brain Training For Dogs.

160 x 600