What’s driving Miss Daisy’s aggression? Can she be saved or is she just plain bad?

After a deadly attack last week, animal behaviourists tell us why some dogs become aggressive

25 October 2020 - 18:34 By alex patrick

A fluffy sibling was the straw that broke the camel’s back for an aggressive KwaZulu-Natal boerboel cross rottweiler now serving time at a Phoenix shelter.

During lockdown, two-year-old Daisy was surrendered to Wagging Tails Animal Rescue and is living with a foster family until she can be adopted, but her behaviour has worsened. ..

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