Aggressive Husky

by Marco
(Houston TX)

Hello, my name is Marco Im a owner of a beautiful Siberian husky named Rocky. My dog is always been in the house , going out to do his needs and exercises , but I never leg him sleep or either wondering around the house. I used small children's gate to confine him and let him know where he needs to be . Well I succeed to it and now he stay in his space , or if he go out for his needs , when come back in he goes straight to his place. He's been always lovely to everyone , but beginning around 2 months ago , he bit my father on law who at that time was living in our house , my Father in law always took care of Rocky and respect him , but one day he was pet him and Rocky just bit him very hard on the hand. He practically left 2 bleeding hole in my F. In law Palm . Well after that day Rocky acts normally around him , he could pass by my dog with no problems, Rocky didn't even bark to him . Well my wife Parents move out , and everything was going fine , Rocky was calm , he listen to me most of the time , he love my 7yrs old son who gives him treat every once in a while. ( but I never let him get too close to the dog since the bite situation ) . Well all this till this morning my pregnant wife called me saying that Rocky try to bite her , he didn't bit hard , he actually didn't even left any marks on my wife, but still ... And my wife just try to take the leash off of his neck like we normally  do after he go out in the morning. ( btw I'm the only one who gives him food and water , only after he stop whining and respond to my sit command). Now I have no idea what's going on ... But I will build him a house outside my garden so he could stay out all day , but I would like what u think I shud do , cuz I wanted him into the house sometimes . He is 2 yrs old .

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Nov 20, 2014
Stop Husky Aggression
by: Adam G. Katz

You have a leadership issue.

And you're making the assumption that he "knows" he's doing something wrong. Which is debatable. But even if he does... it begs the question: He knows it's wrong, but he looks you in the eye and does it, anyway?

You need to establish yourself as the pack leader. The way we do this is by starting with the "Nothing In Life Is Free " program, and also correcting her for the aggression with either the pinch collar or the e-collar.

What you're currently doing is simply not a motivational way to correct the dog.

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Employ the "Nothing In Life Is Free"
approach, so that your dog starts to view you as the "pack leader." If your dog doesn't see you as the leader, then your corrections will be meaningless. So, if you're doing subtle things (inadvertently) to undermine your leadership role around the house-- it will be counter-productive.

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