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Posted by: | 2019/09/22

Behaviour issue

I stay in a cottage where I have to walk past an 8 year old doggie. I think it's a Beagle X. Him and the JR wait at my garden gate in the mornings for me to greet me and for heir biscuit. If I don't have one they don't mind. He does bark though (even if I give him one). However in the afternoon/evenings he 'attacks' me and grabs my pants ar goes for my heels. By that time his owners are around and maybe he's protective. Or is he suffering from dementia. OR is he naughty? I don't want it to get to a point where he gets locked up. He even tried to grab my dog's bum through the fence once while I was entering the gate. Mine are placid as they are geriatrics. So not too worried about that. But his owners are getting stressed.

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- 2019/09/23

You can contact a veterinary behaviour practitioner in your area, she will be able to give advice;

 

VETERINARY BEHAVIOUR PRACTITIONERS

 

Pretoria - Centurion

Dr Mari Welthagen: mari.welthagen@gmail.com

Dr Yolande Johnson: clinic@zambesivet.co.za

Sr Carla van der Merwe: carla.vandermerwe@up.ac.za

 

Johannesburg

Dr Frederique Hurly: fchurly@mweb.co.za

Dr Le-anne Kleynhans: leanne@bromhofvet.co.za

Dr Leaura Velkoop: jabula1@mweb.co.za

Dr Donne Roberts: dr.donne.roberts@gmail.com

Dr Jackie Sharp: vets@sunninghillvillagevet.co.za

Sr Linda Venter: pawz.n.all@gmail.com

 

Durban

Dr Kylene Kelbe: kkelbe@gmail.com

Dr Trish Bredin: trish.bredin@mweb.co.za

 

Cape Town

Dr Varini Naidoo: saintf@mweb.co.za

Dr Aileen Pypers: aileen.vet@gmail.com

Dr Kegan Becker: kegan.bell01@gmail.com

 

Port Elizabeth

Dr Alma Kerr: almakerr@hotmail.com

 

Nelspruit

Dr Laura McIntyre: laura.canterbear@gmail.com

 

Gravelotte

Dr Nina Kisch: drninakisch@gmail.com (telephone and e-mail

consulting available and travels to Tzaneen, Hoedspruit, Phalaborwa, Nelspruit

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