Dog Aggressive Mini Aussie/Corgi Cross

Cassi is 1 1/2 yrs old and it seemed like out of the blue,she started attacking her other house buddies. Winchester would usually be walking into the room, but sometimes he was walking by us sitting on the couch. He, (the attackee) is my partners Moms dog & we live in the same house. The other day Winchester literally just opened his eyes from a nap & wham! she was on him like white on rice. It is so fast & most of the time we are just chillin. There is a little male pom(Skeeter) who is Mr.Mellow Yellow & Cassi never did anything but play with & love Skeeter...then the other day she attacked him too.He does not fight back he totally gives to her ,no questions, but we do not allow it to continue to see what the outcome is.

We just got Cassi spayed about 11/2 months ago.It has not helped the problem.She is in the house most of the time except when she is tethered out to poop & pee& play...until...she starts barking & barking and barking! so then she has to come in.So she isnt out long.

What are our options...?

I work grave yard & when I get home she goes out sometimes then I'm down & out till I go to work again @ 12 am. My partner does not walk her cause of health problems. What do we do.?

I so get that the lack of exercise is a major factor with her but I as of right now do not know what to do? Please help.... we lover her so much and she is wonderful w/Amy & her health problems so getting rid of her is NOT an option. Thank you so much for your thoughts & possible solutions! (:

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Mar 10, 2013
Put the dogs on a "Nothing In Life Is Free" program.
by: Adam G. Katz

You need to:

1. Establish yourself as the pack leader.

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

3. Do not leave the dogs together unsupervised.

4. Get the dogs fixed/neutered/spayed.

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

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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.

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

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