LTM, it hadnt got there with Norman yet (actually attacking someone) but our trainer told us that's where it was heading. He did bite me on the beach, on my thumb and right down to the bone over a toy. He growled a child just because she pet him. So although he hadn't actually attacked anyone yet... we all feared he was going to.
Norman was a scared dog. he spent alot of the day hidden behind the couch or under beds. I'm trying to take comfort in the fact he isnt afraid anymore in Heaven. I try to imagine him playing on the beach, getting belly rubs, and just being happy having no reason to growl or bite. And I hope he's tearing up all the toys his heart desires.
http://www.ashleyspets.com "A dog is not almost human, and I know of no greater insult to the canine race than to describe it as such.
that was a beautiful video i really think you did the right thing sounds like he was not treated very well before he came to you thank you for rescuing him did you ever find out why they treated him like that was it them or someone else how long did you have him was he aggressive with the other dogs or just with you