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Post by TyPage on Tue Oct 08 2019, 06:54

My staffy Ayyce recently became a dad he loves the pups hes always been a bigggg mommys boy the last few months he started randomly growling at me and my boyfriend the vet said it was stress related due to the move we had made but now this past week hes been getting worse if my boyfriend gets up to walk into another room Ayyce will growl at him and try to attack him and i told him i didnt believe tgat because I've never seen him do that and hes necer been like that towards me he also immediately starts shaking after growling and i bring him in my room and calm him down and hold him and yell at my boyfriend and tell him its his fault. Well tonight i walked out of my bedroom and ayyce started growling and i said ayyce what are you doing stop that and i went to walk by and he lunged at me and i got scared ayyce always runs into the bathroom and thats what he did so i followed hin and he started shaking then started peeing when i knelt down to talk to him i left a message for his vet to call me in the morning and my boyfriend said he thinks its for attention and thinks i need to get him fixed i love my boy and I've never been scared of him but tonight i was actually scared. Does anyone know why he would be like this? Hes spoiled rotten by me and does no wrong in my eyes. But now hes perfectly fine i dont understand!!!

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Post by Jenc on Tue Oct 08 2019, 07:31

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Post by Jenc on Tue Oct 08 2019, 07:37

Hi from me & Katy Smile A worrying time for you, if you have just moved it will have upset him being in new surroundings but I don't think that would cause him to show aggression. A check over at the vets will rule out any underlying issues! Has anything else happened since you've moved, strangers in the house ie workmen? Staffies are very sensitive dogs & don't like their routines changed.


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Post by gillybrent on Tue Oct 08 2019, 08:28

Hi & welcome. 

Are the puppies in your house?

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Post by TyPage on Tue Oct 08 2019, 17:20

Puppies are at my house yes. Hes never been aggressive towards me like this ever his vet appointment is set for thursday. We did have a strange neighbor he moved out but when he was here he always wandered to my apartment and always acted weird ayyce did not like him

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