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Hi guys I REALLY need your help.

Since we found out about 6 or 7 weeks ago Dinx has epilepsy we've been a little bit soft on him you know lettin him get away with the odd thing here and there, well now it seems Dinx has picked up on this and he's being so naughty going for people even bitting he's NEVER done this before :(. Can anyone help with training and where's the best place to start? If I cant sort this out my partner has said he will have to go :.( that is the last thing I want. Someone please help me!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I'll echo what's been said. Start from the beginning - do you remember how you trained her before? Start there and don't let her get away with anything. Ever again. They pick up on it very quickly, like you've seen. 

And I'm sorry to hear about Dinx having epilepsy - it must be really difficult at times. 

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He didn't really need training when we rescued him he was good as gold just the odd no here and there when jumping and being over playful. It seems as if he's feeding off us feeling sorry for him after seizures. I just don't know where to start :(. It's heart breaking x

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If biting is a new behavior, it may be related to the epilepsy. Talk with your vet and schedule a general check up before you start on all the different training methods. Also, when was he diagnosed? Sibes are very prone to vaccinosis and even our breeder had a dog diagnosed with epilepsy, however it turned out (after he had been neutered) that it was a terrible reaction to a vaccine. 

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