My dog Buddy, who HAS full-blown dog agression, which we are working on, also goes bananas IN THE CAR. Outside on walks, i get notice, i can SEE the oncoming dog and intervene before Buddy snaps out, but, in the car, not so much---BAM!! A GERMAN SHEPHERD, IN THE YARD WE ARE GOING BY!!:dogmad: A CHIHUAHUA IN THE CAR NEXT TO US AT A STOPLIGHT!!:dogmad: BUDDY GOES BALLISTIC!!:dogmad: So, we are planning to try to train this out of him in the car. How do we start? We are thinking one of us should drive, and the other one, sit next to Buddy. I'm not too hopeful, cuz, i figure, even if we could train Buddy to be calm while we drive by 'enemies'...that once we are down to "just a driver" and no one sitting next to Buddy, to work with Buddy,--------- well, Buddy will probably notice he is "on his own" again, and probably resume his cujo action...is this a waste of time? Depending on how long he can see the 'enemy', Buddy reeeally goes nutz, running laps, scaring everyone, hurting my ears! And rarely, even running across my lap as i drive. I'd hate to have to 'seat belt' him,:dognowink: he LOVES sticking his head out the window... ANY IDEAS FOR THIS?