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I am so confused...
I bought a Jack Russell/Pug from a rescue home and she is two years old. On her form it said her family were splitting up and had to go through custody on the kids (so they say) - Now, we wanted a dog to be friendly with other dogs and kids. But someone we knew had a young son, who came into our house and just ran up to her and she started growling at him (and would have bitten him) and she bit my Nan's dog and started growling at the sight of other dogs (when we were in the car) - We went into Pet At Home and we were in an aisle and she HEARD kids and began to growl. I came to the conclusion she came from a home with really lively youngster, who may have been too excitable with her.
Please, help me!!!