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can you explain the circumstance in which this happened?
sorry for the delay it seems you opened another question pertaining to the same thing.
Have no idea since she was at doggie day care.
Optional Information: Type of Dog: collie roughDog's Gender: FemaleDog's Age: 7Name of Dog: GodieWhat have you tried so far?: continueing last question
Since no one was there I would want the day care to answer these questions. Was it an open play time, were there any toys or food /treats around, whre there any new dogs in the area
I believe she encountered a new undisciplined dog, which may have been disturbing to
That would explain it.She is already an adult do and is used to the dogs that are with her, but if a new dog came in and got into her face that would make any dog feel uncertain and many dogs do not have dog etiquette
so that would make sense for it to happen that way.
Now my problem would also lie with the day care, why were the dogs not supervised properly if there was a new dog in the area
That is a question I would want answered and I would want to know how they intend on handling this again when this dog comes
Of course it could also be a health concern with your dog such as hypthyroidism as this will make a normally obedient dog turn slightly aggressive. has the thyroid been checked?
No, have been checked by vet, but I could also look into this.
I would do this to make sure she is healthy. It requires a blood test
Ok, will do.
I would also want to see the interaction between the new dog and your dog if possible
Not going back, as my girl does'nt need to be put through this
I can't blame you for that. But you will want to be sure her health is fine:)