trainers as well as dog owners need to examine the magnitude or level
of aggressiveness that the dog exhibits.
Is it man made? Is it Genetics? Is it a rooted? Is it lack of discipline?
is a guide line of questions to answer, then a proper sequence of modification
or corrections can be applied.
Please do not try to correct it yourself without the guidance of a true
qualified professional Dog trainer.
Has the dog actually bitten? and who?
2. Was it a stranger or a family member?
How serious was the bite?
Did it require medical attention?
Was the bite provoked?
6. Was their
any warning signs?
In the past 6 to 12 months, has the dog exhibited any aggressive
Is the aggressive behavior predictable or not?
Is the aggression over food?, A bone? or is it territorial ?
10. Was the dog recovering from an injury or experiencing pain at the
time of the incident?
Has your vet ruled out a medical condition?
you happen to know if the parents of the dog has ever exhibited aggression?
There are many different forms of aggression, all having their own cause.
behaviors can be corrected or modified using different training techniques.
Please note their are many times that the aggressive behavior
corrected nor modified, due to age-sex and breed. Also take in
will you trust the dog afterwards?
Although you might think the dogs
corrected or modified you will ponder is the
dog going to snap one day? Is it a ticking
time bomb? Do i take the chance?
Sometimes when we are
handed a situation
that their is no trust left nor
nothing we can do
We look for an alternative,
like a different home
Example: A dog that doesn't like kids and has bitten, but the dog is great so a
situation like that would direct us to maybe finding a new home with no
owners that are vigilant.
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