Aggressive Bichon

by Bob
(Niagara Falls Canada)

I have three Bichon puppies and an almost 3 yr old Shitsu that we rescued from an owner that couldn't take care of him My problem is with the male Bichon Odie. He attacked the older Bichon (1yr and a few months) Cloe. My wife was here to break it up but Cloe was traumatized by the agression.

He also doesn't want anyone to have the food escept him so we use more than one bowl. Occasionally we put him inside for a few minutes and he is OK. We don't want to give him away as my wife really loves him. He hasn't been fixed so we are wondering if that is the problem.

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Aug 02, 2012
Keep a collar on both dogs
by: Adam G. Katz

You need to:

1. Establish yourself as the pack leader.

2. Put both dogs on a "Nothing In Life Is Free" program.

3. Do not leave these dogs together unsupervised.

4. Get both dogs fixed/neutered/spayed.

5. Keep a leash and collar on both dogs, when you're with them-- so that you can start correcting the aggression.

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

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