It is breaking my heart to write this as Bronte is very much part of the family! We bred Bronte ourselves and still own her mum and also own two cocker spaniels, for the past few months Bronte is becoming very aggressive with our other dogs and has left some nasty puncture wounds on the smaller dogs. She has been vet checked and nothing is showing up, ie pain related.. I am having to keep her separate from the other dogs which is proving very difficult and not ideal long term! I am possibly looking for a new home for Bronte where there are NO other dogs! Bronte is fine with children and cats and is house trained, she is also crate trained. She has great recall and walks well on a lead, this is an extremely hard thing for us to do as a family and she will only go to the right home witch will be vetted, if you think you could offer Bronte the perfect home please send some details of yourself and lifestyle x Bronte is fine with other dogs out on walks and only has the issue at home, she is a very loving and loyal dog and a pleasure to own other than the dominance with her house mates, she is fully health tested and clear of all hereditary diseases and is also hip scored x
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