We have an elderly relative staying with us right now, and she brought her 2 year old dog, Meg. Meg is a rescue and was abused in her last home. The relative being not in great health, can't train her. Meg certainly has some... issues. Well today she and my dog were "playing", but then Meg attacked Biscuit, started ripping his ears that are now bleeding and clawing up his back. We screamed at her and another relative got scared and jumped up, accidentally kicking Meg in the face. I was the only one who realized it, so the other relatives were running and shouting, getting Meg real wired up. She began running and I decided to put an end to it, so I screamed "STOP! BAD!" and everybody stopped and Meg ran to a corner. What else was I supposed to do? Run around and let her bite everyone while she growled? I'm the only one here who knows how to train a dog, but not troubled dogs. Anyways, luckily the relative with the dog is going home now anyway, but I do love that dog despite her troubles. She's a little fat and isn't very healthy and she hardly gets any attention. I am always playing with her and loving on her, when no one else does. And now I'm afraid that she hates me, and I was really her only friend. She's still in the corner now and I'm scared to comfort her, considering she might bite. Wait... now she's walking around with her rope and wants me to play with her. Well that was odd... but do you think she'll get scared again? Please don't get this into an argument. Just tell me what I should do before she goes home.