I think you may be misunderstanding what I mean when I am talking about the toys. Try reading this article : http://leerburg.com/aggresiv.htm It explains the toy situation very well when it comes to a dominant or aggressive dog.
ChessieMom, Sixpack, and Pat...Thanks for the links - Good information!
What is the point in trying to put an advanced title on a gundog that has already proven itself mentally unstable? Is it so you can breed it later to "improve the breed?" Spay or neuter at least and train it as a hobby.
UPDATE: From all of your comments, I was ready for Henry if he decided to growl at me again. When he did, I picked him by the lead and shook some sense into him (along with yelling a few choice words). I then held him on the ground until he submitted. Not once during our "meeting", did he snarl, growl, or bite at me. I think I've made progress. I have since denied him free access to toys. The next day, I started working on force-fetch and he is coming along nicely.
That a girl.............