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Jon in Springfield, MO. - Jack Russell Agression Problem
I'm not sure I have a question as much as I just want to show some gratitude for your post and the e/mails I receive with relevant questions and answers regarding Jack Russell's. I have two and they're certainly a lot of maintenance but I love it. Keep up the good work. You are appreciated.
I have do have problems when I walk my dogs. They are fine as long as we don't run into anyone else walking their dogs. They're under control and manageable until we meet another dog. Then they want to attack the other dog(s). It's really unpleasant to meet anyone else on a walk and I'm starting to get a bad reputation for my dogs in the neighborhood. The other day a neighbor let their Lab out without a leash and our male JRT bit on to his other lip and I could barely keep the female off the other dog too. It was an ordeal to get our male off the Lab who ran off wimpering. Suggestions?