We have adopted a stray dog, whom we've named Jack. He's a good boy just a bit rowdy. Tonight when I was taking him out he was not nipping but biting me. I hate to get rid of him but I am deathly afraid of what he'd do to my 2 year old daughter. We've had him for a year and thought it'd just take some time and that he'd calm down but he just has'nt. I am upset over this as I dont want to get rid of him but hes just too dangerous.
I called the Animal Shelter and I hope they call back soon. He needs a home were he has land to run.
Answer by ali_1107 at 6:26 PM on Feb. 26, 2009
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Answer by alinzasmommy at 6:45 PM on Feb. 26, 2009
I don't mean this cruelly but if you are planning to take him to a shelter, please have him humanely euthanized instead. This is most likely what will happen to him at the shelter, except it will happen after 5 days of sitting in a cold, lonely kennel wondering why his family abandoned him. If he was nipping at you in a playful manner it sounds to me as if he just needs some structure and training.
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