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Q. My greyhound was taken out daily by another individual.Now, if you touch her collar, she turns into a different dog. How can I correct this

A. She could have been hurt by to strong pulling the leash. It can also lead to neck spine injury.Maybe you should try to walk her with harness to avoid causing pain. If it won't help some behavioural therapy will be necessary.

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ZANETA KRASON

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