|Barked: Wed Nov 27, '13 1:33pm PST |
|No, a lot of rescues will not work with human aggressive dogs and there is a reason: nobody wants an aggressive dog, not even its current owner, your daughter.
Question: why doesn't she hire a dog behavior expert to try to deal with the aggression issue instead of trying to offload it on someone else. Since she had the dog since it was a puppy, these problems arose in her care so why not deal with them?
IMO, either your daughter puts some effort and money in trying to fix up the mess by working with someone on the dog's behavior and the way she treats/interacts with the dog (where did the aggression begin? what caused it?)or put the poor dog down. Living in isolation is no way to live for a dog and it's certainly not helping his issues.
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