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  1. Lately Maya has been snapping at several people, to the point where its becoming a problem. When I pet her paws she does a deep in her chest growl, she never bares her teeth, ever. and she will reach out and try to bite my hand. Its the same when I pet her hips, she does the growl and reaches out very quickly to bite my hand. She does the growl most of the time someone pets her, rarely with me, but when she does its scary. I don't know if i should say bad girl, or if i should try to show her its okay. She has never been an affectionate dog towards anyone but me, sometimes My family. But the snapping is slowly getting worse and I don't know what I did to make her get to this point. She doesnt ACTUALLY bite anyone, Just lightly puts her teeth on their hands and pulls away. She has nipped my brother hard a few times, hes 9, cause he pulls on her fur,paws, and lays on her, so I dont usually blame her.
  2. Hi everyone. I am new here and dont know how to navigate the site so well, but i found the training section! But, the reason I have come to this site is sad to me. I have a 2 year old pure bred husky i have raised since she was 8-12 weeks old. I am a husband, and a father of a year old son now as well. I recently had to spend time away after i left my job to go back to school. While i was away, my little girl (who is a major part of my family to me) snapped at both my wife, and my son. Since I was on the other side of the country I did the best I could with the situation for the both of them and she was put outside in a kennel. Now, she has never done this before (minus when she was a puppy with needle-teeth as I call it) which she does not do to me anymore. She listens 99% of the time(to me anyways) and does not jump up unless instructed to while I am playing with her. With me, she is an angel. But, I can not let this happen again, so my question is, what can I do to solve this? without putting my son in any harms way, or my wife. I am the only one who really interacts with her due to people saying they are too afraid because of this one incident. But, I have faith in her to be better than ever. I just need to be pointed in a direction to help her come back in the household to be a real part of the family, not just to me but to all of us. It upsets me having her outside because we get worried about having her near our extremely curious and vocal son. Please help me help her.
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