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Blue Heeler > Agressive behavior

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Barked: Tue Dec 4, '12 7:04am PST 
First, try Fred with a harness instead of a collar. None of my seven blue heelers liked collars and would only accept them when they were much older.
Second, Fred is trying to be dominant and you have to change that to you being the honcho. I never had to be physical when correcting my heelers as they are so focused on you for commands, but I have had other pups that were very harded headed and determined that they were the dominant one, even going so far as to dominate older dogs. I'm talking a 10 week old pup!
So get him in that harness and start making him behave.
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