You come very highly recommended and I am desperate. My 20 year daughter was given a mini aussie this past summer, she is friends with the breeder and this dog had issues with her eye so she could not be sold. She was in care with the doggie optometrist, the eye was cloudy and she received eye drops several times a day. Fortunately the issues cleared up at her 6 month visit and she was given a clean bill of eye health. Ivy the dog is approximately 8 months old and my daughter has a doctor's permission slip for her to stay in the apartment/dorm at her college in Detroit as a therapy dog to help with anxiety. Ivy weighs approximately 15 pounds and was spayed at approximately 5 months. She lived in our home from age 3 months to 6 months. We have two large non-confrontational dogs that are older. She did really well, we worked on potty training, manners and she was friendly with all people. When my daughter moved to college when Ivy was 6 months she was friendly, she lives with 4 other girls in a 3 bedroom apartment. Ivy adapted well and become fast friends with the roommates. The problem started about a month after she moved into the dorm. She started getting very protective of the girls and did not like visitors in their apartment. She even bit some of the visitors and barked at them and growled a lot. Since this time it has only gotten worse. She now bites anyone on the street that approaches her, in the apartment or even family members that she hasn't seen in a long time. A new roommate moved in two weeks ago as the exchange student moved back to Germany and Ivy has bit the new roommate and barks and growls at her even after her being there for 1 week. I have recently taken her back to our home to see if my husband and I can get to the bottom of the problem. Her first day back at our house she bit a guest right threw her pants and made quite a mark. She has growled and bit at the grandchildren. She is the sweetest dog ever to myself, my husband and my son but anyone else that comes in the house she gets very upset by barking, pacing, going in her kennel and literally jumping up and biting them in the legs if they walk by her. I know that you are not a miracle worker but we need help, is there a class you could recommend, possibly one on one, anything? Thank you for taking the time to read this.