Leih Cooper
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Anna Morelli May 9. 18 Replies

i'm having a terrible problem with my Murphy. He is 6yrs., i got him as a pup, neutered, and has been the only dog until i "inherited" a small poodle girl 2 years ago.She is 14 yrs. and very calm and…Continue

What the.....!!!!!!

Started this discussion. Last reply by David Aug 2, 2010. 10 Replies

This is a new one for me, hopefully someone can advise.  My Murphy, PWC, 27 lbs, 14 months, AKA Mr. Happy Friendly Mellow, Loves all Living Things had a houseguest, Charlie the 10 lb. girl poodle, 7…Continue

Corgi Mom is grossed out!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tauna and Kota Apr 3, 2010. 19 Replies

Murphy is my awesome and beautiful 10 month old tri-colored Pembroke and i love him to pieces! He is the perfect boy in every way but there is one problem.  I have two large (50 lbs) desert tortoises…Continue

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Anna Morelli replied to Leih Cooper's discussion aggression
"Yes to the leash, but no to removing him. When you remove him he learns nothing.  he must learn to be in the situation and not act aggressively.  I would never pick him up.  If the poodle is up to it, walks on leash together can be…"
May 9
Holly replied to Leih Cooper's discussion aggression
"Anna, would it make sense to keep him on a leash at times and remove him from the room for any acts of aggression. I am thinking it would be easier to lead him away on a leash than try to pick him up or lead him by the collar and it would be a…"
May 9
Anna Morelli replied to Leih Cooper's discussion aggression
"I agree with the suggestions given by your Vet, except for putting him on his back, because this puts YOU at risk of a bite..... If the aggressive behavior is ONLY towards the poodle, I recommend keeping them separate when you are not home and when…"
May 7
Leih Cooper replied to Leih Cooper's discussion aggression
"well...we've been to the vet and Murphy is healthy. she thinks it is all me not being "alpha" enough. So, per her suggestions, he no longer sleeps in the bed, and he has only limited access to me in the recliner. if he does anything…"
May 7
Leih Cooper and Beverly, David and The Boys are now friends
May 1
Leih Cooper replied to Leih Cooper's discussion aggression
"ha ha, that is the sweetest poem! I've taken to calling Murphy..."Leetle Batisse"... love it!"
Apr 30
Anna Morelli replied to Leih Cooper's discussion aggression
"On a lighter note, your last comment made me laugh and reminded me of one on my favorite poems introduced to me many years ago by a Canadian friend: Little bateese:  https://tspace.library.utoronto.ca/html/1807/4350/poem732.html"
Apr 30
Carl Koch left a comment for Leih Cooper
"I pretty much sympathize with you. Betty is a 9+ year old Cardi. She will only let three specific dogs anywhere near her. No more doggy parks and great care when walking near other dogs. She was badly treated as a young dog and this may have…"
Apr 30
Leih Cooper replied to Leih Cooper's discussion aggression
"We are seeing the vet tomorrow. I so appreciate everyone's comments and ideas. Like the children's rhyme... When he is good, he is very very good. But when he is bad, he is horrid!"
Apr 30
Holly replied to Leih Cooper's discussion aggression
"Updates are so good for people like Anna and the others posted here to help them consider your questions. Less experienced folks like me also appreciate knowing how things work out when people are struggling with an issue because everyone does care.…"
Apr 30
Anna Morelli replied to Leih Cooper's discussion aggression
"I agree with Natalie and would separate them even when you are there. I know this may be hard to do, but a 14 year old dog can be easily and badly hurt, but also the risk to you in separating them is great.  In the heat of a fight, he will not…"
Apr 29
susan replied to Leih Cooper's discussion aggression
"It is only a guess that it may have been the beginning of his brain tumor forming.  The only signs for a couple of years were unexplained acts of aggression.  He had always been the sweetest boy and loved my other dog to pieces, as well as…"
Apr 29
Holly replied to Leih Cooper's discussion aggression
"If this behavior has been happening since Charlie arrived it may be resource guarding which can be trickier to manage if it goes on for awhile. When I first adopted my dog as an adult she came with some resource guarding issues that I sought…"
Apr 29
Natalie, Lance &Tucker replied to Leih Cooper's discussion aggression
"I tend to be very cautious so that is why I sughested keeping them seperate while your home to, especially if you don't know what's going to trigger a fight. I know how scary dog fights can be and can happen in a blink of an eye."
Apr 28
Natalie, Lance &Tucker replied to Leih Cooper's discussion aggression
"Your welcome, keep us updated please...."
Apr 28
Leih Cooper replied to Leih Cooper's discussion aggression
"Thank you for your reply. Today I made a vet appt. for him. I guess I almost wish it was pathological, it might be easier to cure. They are separated always if I'm not home."
Apr 28

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Murphy is my first corgi. He is now 8 months old and weighs 26 lbs. He is a furry bundle of love!
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At 12:17pm on April 30, 2015, Carl Koch said…

I pretty much sympathize with you. Betty is a 9+ year old Cardi. She will only let three specific dogs anywhere near her. No more doggy parks and great care when walking near other dogs. She was badly treated as a young dog and this may have something to do with her aggression toward other dogs. Corgis are herders. They are bred to contain and protect what they perceive as their "herd". I am not saying this is your problem but it may have some bearing. He has been with you for a long time and now there is an interloper in the house. He may feel it is his duty to protect you from this other dog. I am not in a position to diagnose long distance. I would suggest a doggy behaviorist. The humane society usually has a group of doggy behaviorists they can steer you to. 

  

At 1:23pm on February 6, 2010, Wendt Worth Corgi's said…

At 12:18pm on February 6, 2010, Edward and Gemima said…
WELCOME, EDWARD IS 9MOS OLD AND WEIGHS IN AROUND THAT TOO!!!

At 1:13pm on February 5, 2010, Ed and Michelle said…
Welcome. Nice looking tri-co!
At 1:08am on February 5, 2010, Geri & Sidney said…
welcome Leih and Murphy!
At 10:08pm on February 4, 2010, TALLULAH said…
Welcome and hello Leih & Murphy!
 
 
 

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