Unfortunately does not consult on individual cases or provide recommendations for trainers.  Our best help is in our e-book, The Dog Aggression System Every Dog Owner Needs.

If you have a serious problem with dog aggression, we currently recommend contacting your vet or the behavioral department at the nearest veterinary college and asking for a referral for a veterinary behaviorist in your area.   A Veterinary Behaviorist is the only professional capable of diagnosing your dog, because there may be a medical component in your dog’s aggression problem, and they look at all the factors involved.  But there may be a number of other professionals that could help as well.   Have a look at our Who Can Help page for some guidance.

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