We adopted a 2 year old yorkie/pekinese mix for our daughters birthday 4 weeks ago.The dog is great around the kids and the wife but when I come in the house the dog growls constantly at me and releives himself everytime I walk into the same room.The dog is terrified of me and I have not done anything to him.He is trained very well but just does not like any men,when we walk him he is friendly to kids and women but not men.
The family that had him before said it would take a while for him to warm up to me but he should be good in a week.It has not gotten any better in fact it is worse. When they got him he barely walked out of the kennel he was so scared.Is there anything we can do to help the dog before we give up on him.
It is next to impossible to advise you on a very complex and complicated situation with such a small amount of info on a forum. If you really want to invest the time, money and effort it will take to acclimate this dog to your family, seek a reliable, knowledgable, experienced trainer who can come to your house to work with you, your dog and the entire family.
What I would do is to now become the sole provider for the dog. Do not allow anyone else to walk or feed him. Be the one to take him to obedience classes etc. By being the one who fills his needs he will come around. But don't expect an overnight miracle. It will take some time.
i think you does not take care of it carefully check by your vet if you can not handle this than contact your pet trainer....i recommend you study about your dog profile through internet and find out your dog problems.....