I am by no means a "dog whisperer", but I know enough about animals in general, and that goes for dogs as well, to know that you have a real problem on your hands.
First of all, I have had several Anatolians - some purebred, and some mixed with German Shepherd. All of them have been the sweetest, funniest, most affectionate and gentle dogs I've ever owned - more so, even, than my Labradors and Golden Retrievers, so that's saying something!
I agree with what the previous person said, in that you don't know: A, what your dog is mixed with (could be many things, several times over) and B, what that poor dog went through, or learned, before you adopted him/her. There is also the possibility that it was abused, and/or that it suffered some form of brain damage at some point and is (for lack of a better word) "disturbed". Either way, you really need to address this behavior and correct it before this dog does you, itself or someone else serious harm.
Best of luck to you and the pup.
Answered by Anonymous - 12/25/2013 7:42:45 PM