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Date Posted: 18:42:13 03/03/07 Sat
Author: Jacob Heberling
Subject: Siberian Husky Puppy issue

Hi, I have a siberian, hes 4 months old and totally nuts ... and not the good kinda nuts that he's supposed to be. Although the crate training and positive reinforcement is doing well for his house breaking, he's really aggressive; biting at my hands, face, and clothing, jumps on me, barks and growls if I try to correct him. I need some help training him out of these habits. He can sit, and lie down, and shake, and is working on the basic 3 sled dog commands with some success, so I know he CAN be trained. Anyway, if anyone wants to help me out here, or can recommend a trainer we have a small fund put asside for puppy training. Thanks.

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