We just had a very bad incident with Cody and the boys. They were outside on their swingset playing like they have done lots of times. My husband had just come out of the shower and heard them screaming so he yelled for me that Cody was all over our 5yr-old. I ran out there and my son was screaming and Cody was biting him all over. He wasn't trying to hurt him because it was mostly bad scratches and not real bites. While I was taking care of our oldest, Cody ran over and jumped on my 4yr-old. He was just standing there not doing a thing, not saying a thing. Cody started to bite him all over his head and thank goodness my son had the reaction to cover his head and protect his eyes. It happened in two seconds and I was right there. I yelled at Cody and checked my son who has a small puncture at the base of his neck and a moderate cut behind his ear. My husband and I are very upset and if this happens again we will be getting rid of Cody. I cannot have a dog like that. I'm really sad because I wanted a lovable, trustworthy dog to be a companion and protector for the boys. I cannot make the boys understand that they can't play roughly with Cody. As much as I try, I cannot be there every second in the day to shadow them and make sure they are following the rules. Cody is inside most of the day so he's with us all the time. Up to now - being outside with the boys has been fine. He jumps around and the boys have been able to handle him so far but he's getting bigger every day. I'm very frustrated that I cannot get him trained. We don't have the big pet centers and training facilities out here. We're very rural and the trainers only offer classes in the Spring/Summer and nobody will do a private training session. I'm just mad and frustrated and upset. My boys are 50% of this problem but I can't get through to them about it. Young boys have the attention span of a gnat. Maybe this was just a big mistake. Anybody want a precious doodle?