My dog gets aggressive when tired

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My dog gets aggressive when tired from running

The vet gave me some meds for my dog to stop her aggression. And I was told to let her rest for about an hour after she gets home.

But what I noticed is that after this hour, when I pick her up, she immediately starts to chase me around, and sometimes when she gets near me, she tries to bite me. I told my husband this morning to stay with her at home. And he also noticed the same thing. Should I call the vet and request for her to stop the meds?

She eats and drinks well so I think that's not the problem.


It's a good idea to let your vet know. She'll want to know what's going on so she can get the doc to look at it. If your dog is aggressive and is starting to eat more and drink more but not gn weight, then she may be dehydrated, although sometimes there's no correlation between aggression and dehydration.

However, you should let her eat and drink while she's home. She'll be in more danger of having a sudden seizure if she becomes dehydrated.

If you keep your dog from running until she's rested, then that shouldn't have any effect. You've got to get the dog to lie down and relax. You can do that by tying her up and giving her her command, "sit", while you put her in your dog tent.

If that doesn't work, then you'll have to try another method.

1. Don't let her take walks with you. Keep her at home and let her run around the yard.

2. Make sure she's getting enough food and water and watch that she doesn't run out of food or water. Water in her bowl may be sufficient and a sign that your dog doesn't need to be fed as much.

3. If she gets aggressive, don't get scared. If she chases you or gets aggressive when you try to put her in her dog tent, this is normal behavior.

4. Tie her up or use a leash. The same goes for any type of restrnt, if it works.

5. If she won't lie down, give her the command, "go to sleep". Your dog needs rest before she's ready to walk.

6. If she seems to be having a seizure, check with the vet. If the seizure lasts more than 5 minutes or there's a chance that the seizure will become a fit, it's time to bring your dog to the vet.

7. It's possible that your dog is depressed or anxious. If she keeps licking her ears, it could be a sign of stress. Keep her well groomed and have fun with her.

8. If you're still having trouble, call the vet or a dog trner. There are a lot of tips on how to deal with this type of problem.

9. Try to keep your dog out of the heat and cold for the first few weeks of summer. She may have some difficulties adjusting to these extremes and be more vulnerable to catching colds.

10. Don't be too hard on yourself. Everyone makes mistakes when they first start trning a dog. I started off with "trying my best" and eventually "I'm sorry".

Hopefully the tips I've given you will help you with your puppy. I was a new puppy owner myself, and I can tell you that this transition can be very stressful. My advice to you is to start slowly and be patient. As long as your dog is happy and healthy, she'll be a good companion for you and you'll be a good companion for her. Good luck.


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