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 Hello from Illinois with my first Siberian Husky named Comet

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PostSubject: Hello from Illinois with my first Siberian Husky named Comet   Wed May 22, 2013 11:45 am

Now 10months old and struggling with Comet being territorial and more aggressive.
Looking for some advise and help from experienced Husky owners.
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PostSubject: Re: Hello from Illinois with my first Siberian Husky named Comet   Wed May 22, 2013 12:14 pm

Hello welcome to the forum! Is he nuetered? Nuetering usually helps a bit with these issues if he is not, but i'm sure someone with more expertise in these areas will chime in to help. I'm trying to work on a bit of an aggression issues with my female towards my male right now and it seems to help when we make sure we show her that she doesnt get to do what she wants to him and we are the boss not her. Timeouts dont quite work for us as my two will take them together but perhaps it would work for you. How is comets aggression showing?
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PostSubject: Re: Hello from Illinois with my first Siberian Husky named Comet   Wed May 22, 2013 1:37 pm

Welcome! I grew up in Urbana and really miss the great state of Illinois Smile

We've got a lot on resource guarding and aggressiveness here, so definitely take some time to search through the threads. As Alicia said, neutering can help a lot, and right now you're entering the teenage stage, where dogs act just like bratty human teenagers and can be quite difficult to handle. Look up "Nothing in life is free" training, and just be firm and consistent.

We'd love to see pictures of Comet as well!

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