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Amy Heinz


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Joined Feb 14 2012
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Reply Denise
8:56 PM on October 1, 2012 
Tanner peed on a chair and on a stand today. I still feel that he is testing me. Also, this evening he came to me to be picked up. I gently picked him up and put him in my lap. I have done this with him many, many times. This time immediately when I put thim on my lap, he turned his head to bite me. I put him on the floor and he came after my legs. I stood still and told him no. He took off running (we were indoors) and chased the cat very fast and ran in circles growling. At the end it felt like he was playing almost. I put him back on the leash. I did not muzzle him for trying to bite because too much time had passed. This may be some of the behaviors that frightened people. I will continue working on the aggression. Thanks.
Reply Denise
3:25 PM on October 1, 2012 
Added a couple picts of Tanner to the fostering album. He's so adorable!
Reply Denise
2:00 PM on October 1, 2012 
Hi Amy! Tanner is doing great but he did try something a little new....I think he's feeling like he needs to find a way to get some control going on so he peed on a wall in the house. He looked right at me and lifted his leg as if to say "this is what I think". LOL I quietly took him outside. He kept watching me waiting for me to do something else but I didn't. He's not sure what to think. He has not done it again. This was yesterday. Even though he did that, he still an amazing guy. He is getting along with the other animals much better. Mornings seem to be the hardest for him. He is working on sharing his toys with me. It's difficult for him but he knows what is wanted from him. He is so smart. He is also working on food issues but I have not seen any sign of food aggression even though I have been removing his plate mid meal and then giving it back. He sits and waits very politely. Thank you again for the opportunity to work with Tanner.
Reply JordanLS
3:30 PM on February 29, 2012 
I agree! this is a really cool website!
Reply Vicky Rhoades
10:30 AM on February 27, 2012 
This was a good idea :)

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