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Sudden Agression in Boxers - Dog

Postby Marianne » Thu Mar 16, 2006 4:26 am

I have a male Albino Boxer. He is about 6 years old. He is the mildest, most affectionate dog. But, of late he seems to get a bit agressive .

We also have a male Black labrador about 2 years old. He saw our labrador making friends with the neighbour's Great Dane, and the next day he spotted and attacked the Great Dane while he was on his walk. He pinned the great dane and bit him on the mouth. Today he attacked a cat for no apparent reason.

He also seems to bark at people now, strangers mostly, which he has hardly ever done in the last 6 years.

Can you tell me why this is happening all of a sudden? Can something be done to help him?
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Postby rocky » Thu Mar 16, 2006 6:27 pm

I have a Boxer myself, and I’m not a real expert at this, but he might be feeling insecure. As he gets older and sees his companion making friends maybe he’s just worried and concerned. I would suggest showing him extra affection and allowing him some time to socialize with other dogs and people, of course always supervised in case he shows any sudden aggression.
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Postby Marianne » Thu Mar 16, 2006 8:26 pm

He usually is a very social dog. But will take the extra care. Thanks.
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Postby suebgone » Sat Mar 18, 2006 5:17 am

The most common cause of the sudden onset of this type behavior is a nurological problem. An anurysm or tumor of some sort. Possibly a hormonal problem. Please get him to the vet for a complete check up.
You also need to take special precautions to protect him, & yourself from lawsuits
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Postby Guest » Fri Aug 25, 2006 2:10 pm

i no two boxers that are brother and sister and if you are pettting one the other one gets mad and they start to fight.he might just be jealous.try putting your two dogs together more often then having them with othr dogs.
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