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5 Ways To Stop Dog Aggression, Aggressive Dog Training Exposed
By J. Walden
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All dogs need basic dog obedience training. They, like young children, must learn manners. Some dogs bark all of the time, while others show aggressive dog behavior. So, don't have an anxiety attack if your dog is misbehaving. There is help available. A typical dilemma faced by dog owners is dog aggression. This, as well as other bad dog behaviors, can be put to an end. If you wish to stop dog behavior problems, however, your first step is to understand what is causing them.
Correcting aggressive dogs is possible. To be able to do so, you must first get at the root, or cause, of the aggressive behavior. The most important question you must ask yourself is the following: Is my dog acting aggressively towards strangers, family members, or both. This is an extremely important question to ask yourself, as the answer has a great impact on prevention and/or treatment.
A dog that is aggressive only towards people he does not know is one that has not undergone socialization. To stop your dog's aggressive behavior towards strangers, you need help on how to socialize your dog. If your dog exhibits aggressive behavior towards people in your family, you must learn how to deal with dog pack behavior and resource guarding. If a dog is not handled or treated properly, he may also become aggressive towards family members. So, it is critical for each member of the family to know what type of handling can invoke aggression in a dog.
Aggressive is a difficult task in the absence of some form of guidance. Books on dog behavior are an excellent resource that can guide you through basic dog obedience training and help you learn how to stop dog behavior problems (for example, dog aggression). If your dog is disobedient, you'd prefer to train him in your home, and you want to save money, then a very smart investment would be a book about dog behavior.
Five Suggestions you need to start correcting aggressive dogs:
Take your puppy to see new people and different places.
Give your puppy lots of physical contact so he can get used to being handled.
Show your dog that it is you who rules the coop.
Use obedience training lessons that are short, consistent, and happen on a daily basis.
Reward your dog with treats or attention when he obeys you, and seclude him when he fails to.
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Dog House Training: Some Advice On What To Look Forward To
By Richard Cussons
There is no way for your house breaking, or dog house training plan, to be firmly in place until your puppy is 6 months old at the minimum, unless you have a way of keeping track of it round the Read more...