Staffordshire bull terrier has turned aggressive after giving birth

by cordelia
(Portsmouth England)

ever since our Staffordshire bull terrier gave birth she has turned aggressive on her daughter from her first litter.The puppies have been gone a few weeks and she has attacked her daughter four times,she just runs for the attack if she sees her,and its nasty,i and my husband have twice got injured,by accident i do not think she meant to bite us,i got a particular nasty bite to my forearm.We do not know what to do,we have read up on this subject and spoke to a specialist and Cesar Milan says never separate the dogs,our specialist said to separate the dogs,confused!!We walk them together one is muzzled they seem ok,but once again if she sets sight on the other dog in a separate room she wants to get at her.I worry that she will now always be like this.Please help as i love both my dogs.

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Sep 09, 2016
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by: Adam G. Katz

Nothing In Life Is Free

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