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My other non-hav dog does this. He seems to think it's his job to protect me from my own kids, it's not fun. He doesn't have issues with the other fur children in the house, just my sons. We haven't gotten to the bottom of his issues, but I have had blood work done. Aggression can come from thyroid problems from what I've read, however, it's not my dogs problem. Our vet suggested low protein also, so no more meat bones, strictly his dog food. I also have my kids feeding and caring for, but like you, they are gone alot so it doesn't always work out. He is part Shepard and tends to "guard", it's not fun, I feel your pain. Maybe he's just being a "teenager" and feeling his oats so to speak and will grow out of it.