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My friend has got a 6 month old lurcher pup thats as good as gold until he's told to get in the car or to go out for a piss,things like that.then growls and has started to snap.

Any suggestions of how to sort it.

@Casso or anybody sensible.

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just make both more interesting and fun --- treat with a few biscuits or chuck a few toys about ---- that kind of thing cant be assed to elaborate ..😁

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Give it a big kick up the arse and show the little b*****d who’s boss that’s what you get when you  mommycoddle dogs let it know who the alpha is 😡👊🏻 

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I’m no expert, but for a dog to do that at a basic command isn’t great.it would be different if your friend was putting the dog in an awkward spot, then the dog may act aggressively. 

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For record I didn’t mean kick it up the hole when I said put it in its place 😂 I meant stop letting it on furniture an stop letting it eat food off kids an floor and stuff, that’s if it’s indoors😀

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She said the dog is brilliant around food,kids etc but he started growling then snapping about getting out his bed for a piss at night and getting out the car.the pup has boundries and discipline its just those 2 occasions.they've kept spaniels and german sheppards before.

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What type of dog is it? Mate had a dog that would snap if it didn't want to do something he ended up having the thing put down. I'd wack the f****r soon as it made a sound towards me let it know that it's not ok to do that and see if it changes the thing if it dosnt change or gets worse pts as if the kids tell it to do so one day it may not just growl abit. Also like has been said try a treat or something make it so it's worth it for the dog for a week or so then faze it out again and hope that it's sorted 

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i wouldn't risk my kids safety with a dog showing such issues at 6m old....put it in a kennel if it's for working and go back to basics.....if it's a pet then sorry I'd pts personally or find it a good home with no children👍my 8 and 9 yr olds walk all my dogs after school for me and often come back out when I get home from work....even the Wheaton donkey don't pull when kids got the lead .

I chuck all mine in the motor as pups,even if I'm just popping to the shops quickly, sorts out any separation issues and travel sickness......open a car door or boot and all my dogs are straight in......don't matter who's motor🙈pain in the arse when you walk past some cnut and they suddenly try and dive in some 50 k motor 😁

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40 minutes ago, Daniel cain said:

i wouldn't risk my kids safety with a dog showing such issues at 6m old....put it in a kennel if it's for working and go back to basics.....if it's a pet then sorry I'd pts personally or find it a good home with no children👍my 8 and 9 yr olds walk all my dogs after school for me and often come back out when I get home from work....even the Wheaton donkey don't pull when kids got the lead .

I chuck all mine in the motor as pups,even if I'm just popping to the shops quickly, sorts out any separation issues and travel sickness......open a car door or boot and all my dogs are straight in......don't matter who's motor🙈pain in the arse when you walk past some cnut and they suddenly try and dive in some 50 k motor 😁

Mine dose that just jumps on into people's cars it is a pain 

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from the very 1st growl , it should have been nipped in the bud as they say, all dogs will try it on at some point, but you got to meet them with full dominance  straight away . i had  pit bitch pup, she was fookin only 10 weeks old, and she started to growl if you walked past her when she was eating  , she was outside but i thought  you want do that again , i stopped her , took few feeds to let her know i was  the  boss in that yard not her , it worked i could take her dinner of her, she knew she get it back, but didnt do anything else regards showing aggression  , me mom had bloody Yorkie   that was worse than her lol .

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2 hours ago, Daniel cain said:

i wouldn't risk my kids safety with a dog showing such issues at 6m old....put it in a kennel if it's for working and go back to basics.....if it's a pet then sorry I'd pts personally or find it a good home with no children👍my 8 and 9 yr olds walk all my dogs after school for me and often come back out when I get home from work....even the Wheaton donkey don't pull when kids got the lead .

I chuck all mine in the motor as pups,even if I'm just popping to the shops quickly, sorts out any separation issues and travel sickness......open a car door or boot and all my dogs are straight in......don't matter who's motor🙈pain in the arse when you walk past some cnut and they suddenly try and dive in some 50 k motor 😁

I remember one of my old bull xs Charlie jumping in a police  traffic car that stopped after seeing us lamping left his door open so full of shit and claret he jumped straight in the  front seat 😂 copper had a melt down was going to charge me clean up costs 😂 back to the pup I would show it who's boss straight away I would of done it the  first time it growled it would either make it or it would be a cull there's no second chances here I have grand kids 

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