Originally Posted by Shirleythebetta
Yea I am hoping getting these boys fixed will help at least a little. One is 2 and the other is 4. I think they are having a territory war or something. I am so glad my female basset was fixed when I got her. I haven't had any accidents since I posted last so hopefully the vet will contact me soon. I think much of it has to do with my Shepard being an outside kennel dog and transferring him to a house dog. He has been in for almost a year and hasn't caught on to house rules yet. As for the terrier, He needs fixed to calm his butt down. I hope it does anyways, he has been getting agressive to, trying to bite when I unhook him from his lead. He gets excited and then bites. Not viciously but I have a 5 year old brother in law and a nephew who is 8. If he bites them I don't know what I will do. Any advice on training in that light would be wonderful. I have never had a dog with agression in any form. I hope the vet calls soon. Sigh... he's a busy country vet. He does all sizes of animals from mice to cows and horses. Only charging me a hundred to do both dogs and has been a vet for 30 years. nice.
OhOH forgot to say, use white vinegar for cleaning, and put in your laundry too, its amazing and removes urine odors, and other smells, bacteria etc. Its such a fantastic cheap cleaner
I used to have that vet, he alsways was so kind to me, giving me a discount, knowing i had sooooo many animals, lol.
Call the police regarding the harassment, even if its not towards you. Just explain that you are very concerned about this guy and the drugs he tries to sell, and the boy, and that you are afraid he could hurt someone if they bought the drugs from him, or could hurt the boy. Just be like, scared of him creeping about, you know?