Wes and Teddy came to training together from one household, and had several challenges: human and dog aggression, growling/showing teeth, nuisance barking, no recall, insecurity/fearfulness, pulling on leash, food aggression, possessiveness. One incident noted in which Wes had confidently bitten owner’s 15-year-old daughter while she was attempting to take away a bone. Teddy was originally scheduled to only partake in the guest home portion of training (and not the board and train). However, upon Blair picking up Wes, he noted that Teddy was barking aggressively, and training package was changed to board and train with guest home package as well. This was changed because the guest home package (on its own) is not open to human-aggressive dogs, and Teddy was demonstrating that he was not going to warm up quickly enough to Blair to have an effective training experience in only three days. With this additional time, Blair was able to build the relationship with Teddy in time for the owner’s guest home stay for the remainder of the training to take place.