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I have had my dog from around 8 weeks old, he was a lovely little puppy and so nice to be around. We did everything correctly and the training with him we did from a young age as these dogs need stimulating constantly, long works, right diet lots of play time etc. He is now 9 months old and has some sort of issue with biting and trying to attack me. We have had a dog trainer come and see why he is behaving like this and advised us to use a pull leash so every time he tries to bite to jerk the lead, which I have been doing. Tonight however, he kept biting me hard so I followed the advice of the pull lead but he got up on his legs and tried to attack me, I turned my back on him to diffuse the situation but he was having none of it, he was growling and snarling his teeth at me and I was obviously quite scared. I have left him on his lead which is connected to the stairs and I’ll leave him the over night ( this won’t hurt his neck ) but does anyone have any advice or help as this is something recurring and I don’t want it to escalate into something more which could end up potentially dangerous. I’m not sure what else to do as he is such a big dog and can be quite over powering!
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