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That's really good news Best Friends is taking him. They have trainers on staff that can work with him. Somewhere like that is really the only place that can even begin to work on behavior modification, it is his best chance. Most Golden rescues can't take on this kind of problem, the people running them, and the foster families caring for the dogs, are just your average pet owner, and not equipped nor have the resources to deal with an aggression issue like this.
I sincerely hope Best Friends can help him overcome his issues.
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