I won't keep a dog that bites....but I will spend alot of time and effort to break him of the habit. Everyone suggested getting him "fixed" because that's suppose to stop aggressive behavior. So Monday morning, Guido went to the vet. Poor Guido. And the surgery didn't go well, so he had to spend the night. And then he wouldn't eat, so they wouldn't give him any pain medication. Poor, poor Guido.
I brought him home and got him to eat and gave him his meds, but he is so melancholy. poor Guido. He has to wear one of those satellite dish collars for 2 weeks. He keeps bumping into things and scaring himself. It took him all afternoon to figure out how to drink out of his water dish. Then he tripped jumping out of his bed and you just knew he hurt himself, because he turned around and got right back in bed.
He's more active this morning, but the vet said to keep him confined for 2 weeks. Do any of you have small dogs? Do you know how hard is to keep them confined? They want to run and play all day long.
I also have 2 sons. They are very sympathetic towards Guido. Boy2 checked out the stitches and exclaimed "you shouldn't mess with mom, stupid dog." Boy2 is being very obedient today.