the affectionate labs and golden retrievers are turning aggressive while

@sharay (2769)
India
July 7, 2008 11:41am CST
are becoming more amiable - this was in an article i read yesterday...is it true?
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• India
7 Jul 08
yes of course this is true. breeders just want to earn money and breed dogs irrespective of time. for eg at least 2 heat periods must be left for dog to breed again. but they mate dog regularly. dog if given proper balanced diet comes to heat in 4 months otherwise 6 months. in this way when dog is not bred properly their characteristics change . same happened in case of rottweilers.they were so good dogs but now every one dislikes them. same is lab and goldens. i too have a lab dog. he doesn't understands. he eats anything . although i give him best food. if i stop him he becomes aggressive and tries to bite me. i don't even chain him
• India
7 Jul 08
please rate me +ve for my response if u like it
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@sharay (2769)
• India
7 Jul 08
even if you havnt asked me, i wud hav rated you +, thanks for the response.... my neighbour has a lab and does the same like yours
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• India
8 Jul 08
thanks i too have rated you
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• United States
10 Jul 08
while what? i hate to think labs and golden retrievers are turning like that but i dont know what you mean when you are talking about _______ are becoming more amiable
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@sharay (2769)
• India
10 Jul 08
oh..i am sorry, rottweilers are becoming more amiable
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• United States
10 Jul 08
hmm weird.. i always liked rotties.. but i wouldnt have thought this
@academic2 (7005)
• Uganda
8 Jul 08
In my country retrievers are compltely unheard of, infact, there is generally a policy by city authorities to execute a shoot to kill policy for dogs that are considered stray-so the whole idea that there are people who retrieve abanoned dogs is completely strange to my country-but I admire that compassion for animals
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