I agree with micdobe. A professional needs to see him in person to see how he interacts. The sooner the better.
What I would do is find a class. Go and watch the class (they do allow this) to see if you like how the trainer works. Explain to the trainer the problems you are having and see if she/he thinks it would be ok to have King in a class. A controlled enviroment like a class can teach you both alot. Classes won't be as expensive as a behavorist.TomAndKing said:Its not the dog agression that bothers me really because its not hard to keep him out of that situation. Its the agression towards people he doesnt know. I have talked to a behaviorist twice, and he helped a lot. It sooooo expenive
i guess once the allergy problem is solved, ill have to get him into a different specialist.