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Question by Riley's Mom
Submitted on 12/22/2004
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We recently got an 8 week old golden retriever puppy who has started to aggressively bite and growl.  He started around 10 weeks and it is not a play bite, it is usually when he has a chew toy but he also growled at me while he was eating (which he has not done before).  He bit my 8 year old son last week and drew blood.  I am very concerned about this and want to correct this immediately.  I have read the other similar questions which say that this should pass but I am interested to know from someone who had the same problem how they dealt with this and how long it took to pass.


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