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From: ellie (204.211.2.254)
Subject:         we're going to the behaviorist next week
Date: September 4, 2008 at 8:46 am PST

I am absolutely shaken up right now. Frankie, my Staffie, is 5 years old and has always been the soul of gentleness. Last night, out of the clear blue, for no reason I could discern, he started to come to me to go inside - then wheeled around and attacked Blondie, one of his buddies with whom he has played and snuggled for many months. He went right for the neck. She is at the vet now, with some deep lacerations but luckily no serious damage - that thick double coat and heavy ruff at her neck saved her life. I really feel horrible. I raised Frankie and I don't want to put him down until I get a thorough vet and behavioral consultation. I am praying there is a fixable reason for this. I could, of course, simply keep him away from the other dogs, under my firm control, for the rest of his life. But then, what quality of life is that? I have some hard and sad thinking to do; luckily, I don't need to do it alone, I am going to take all the advice and input I can get. Please, think good thoughts for Frankie, who really does have a loving little heart! I just wish I knew what the heck happened. ANy words of advice?


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