Agresssive Newfoundland wolf hybrid

I got this dog full understanding his size and no don't tell me I'm not a good trainer or get rid of him you don't know what your doing I do know what I'm doing but this dog is different and hard headed some times

my dog chevy is about 17 weeks old and he has always been really shy towards my dad and almost any other male, he has never been aggressive towards them but when ever I go to let them out of the kennel out in our yard he bolts down to our 11 year chow and really ends up hurting him, I don't know if this is aggression towards my chow or if he wants to play but it had really been a bother, another thing about him is he is really hard headed I have been trying all of what the video said to do but he doesn't seem to mind and I hate it because I end up being so angry with him constantly biting me that I have to bob his nose he stops then but no other method seems to word, I'm concerning because he is already 78 pounds at 4 months old and he is already at the normal bite range of force as a normal sized Labrador he really causes pain to me and my friends a lot when he bounds in the house but I understand he wants to play and I'm a busy person he is doing somewhat better after learning he doesn't like being bopped in the nose but I hate doing that to him mostly because he gives me looks of pain and I hate it and I don't ever hit him hard just a little tap, I don't know if this is aggression or just a dominance issue my local vet has no clue which is you know a big help... I never really have had any problems with my other dogs that I raised and all of them were pitbulls or mastiffs,

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I have Newfie/wolf experience
by: Anonymous

I have no idea how old this post is. If you are interested in knowing about my experience raising and owning one let me know.

Newfoundland-Dog hybrid
by: Anonymous

Do you have pictures the newfoundland-wolf hybrid, I would look to see what it looks like. Also how did the behavior progress as the pup aged?

Nothing In Life Is Free
by: Adam G. Katz

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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