I'm not really sure there IS an answer to this, but it's something that has come up in the past couple days with a friend, and I figured it was worth asking. This friend acquired a dog about seven months ago. He was, at the time, 10 months old. Turned in to rescue because, after three months, he started biting (no punctures) the owner. Friend was looking for a potential sports dog for herself, and decided to try him. The dog's aggression has gotten worse. In doing some research and trying to make a decision about what to do with him, she discovered that over FIFTY dogs from the breeder have been turned in to breed rescue, and every single one had to be euthanized for aggression. One dog put a child in ICU. And to make it harder, as she is trying to make a decision about the dog, the breeder once again has puppies for sale in the paper. How in the world do you go about changing something like this? Can you? I feel awful for the dogs, and for the people who get attached to them just to have to deal with the ultimate problems.