Ok heres my question. I will try to describe best i can . My dog which i adopted 1 year ago and he is about 6 now seems to have an issue chasing dogs at the park. It doesnt seem to be a fun chase. If a dog starts to run hes after it at full force. growling and barking. hes really intence about this and it scares alot of people and the dogs hes chasing as well. once they stop hes fine and walks away from them. He also greats groups of dogs with growling but not agressive in the least. if a dog even turns and looks at him he turns away and has been snapped at many times and backs away. He was very well trained by his previous owner, although I have no info on his past. not sure what he was trained for but alot of work went in to him. He lacks social skills but really loves to interact. I let the dogs teach each other at the park and dont want to stop taking him. its the chsing and growling. Its like he does want anything around him out of control. Hes not a mean guy just appears that way. Oh yeah hes a husky rotty mix so hes a big lad. Any training suggestions. HEELLP.
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