What did you do the other 3 times he bit you or your husband? Have you done any work with him on it and did you talk with any trainers and did they give you any advice? IMHO, the idea of getting a trainer in is a good idea.
Those times we reprimanded him by putting him in his crate, well when he bit me he was inhis crate, so I was on his turf, but the bone he was chewing was getting small, so I was worried about him choking on it.
The trainer said for me to calmly remove him from the scene and not to show emotions..Today I went nuts..so emotions were seen from everywhere, he looked shocked..but then again, those are dog looks, not true emotions I understand that.
Do you normally feed Otis when he is calm?
I usually feed all the dogs together, and it works fine, my husband does the same thing, Since the biting of hy husband I have had him feed the dogs in the p.m, and I do the a.m..so they see him as a master as well.(?)
If they get treats or bones, I have been crating him since he bit my husband the first time..so nobody can get to him, nor can he get to one of us.
He is perfectly happy in his crate so that works good.
But today he went for the kids food, not his food. I will speak to my trainer again and see what he says.
I totally agree with him not being remorseful, his face looked it though, but then again that has to do with those darn cute wrinkles, not an expression or feeling.