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Labrador Retrievers/snarling and aggressive


fayejs wrote at 2013-04-30 14:01:35
Our black lab is lovely at home and well behaved until he goes to stay with family while we are on holiday,then he turns into a snarling beast while he's there.He is just turning three and hasnt been neutered.Im guessing from reading the response that he's trying to out rank the other people in the house(except my mother in law,he loves her)and now would be a good time to neuter him.Someone has said he might be a nervous dog as he can give off an odour when scared and he had this odour when we picked him could we help with the nervousness?

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