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Agression training

Every dog is in need of basic dog obedience training. Your canine, like a young child, must be taught manners.  Many dogs have behavioral problems. There are those that show aggressive dog behavior, those that that have turned barking into a hobby, those that are constantly whining, etc.
 So, if you are having difficulties with your dog, don’t have a panic attack!  You are not the only one with an unruly pet, and there are solutions to your dog’s problems.

Dog dominance aggression is a typical problem that dog owners are confronted with. Bad dog behaviors such as this can be eliminated.  If you wish to stop dog behavior problems, however, your first step is to understand what is causing them.

Correcting aggressive dogs requires you to first determine the root of their behavior, that is, what is causing the aggression. Is your dog aggressive 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.

If your dog only acts aggressively towards strangers, then it is necessary for you to learn 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.  Mishandling or mistreating a dog may also cause a dog to show aggression towards family members.  Hence, each person in the family should learn what types of handling/treatment can provoke aggressive dog behavior.

Training dominant dogs is a difficult tack in the absence of some form of guidance.  Books on dog behavior will teach you basic dog obedience training and how to stop dog behavior problems, like that of dog dominance 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.

These are Five Tips for correcting aggressive dogs:

  • When your pet is a puppy, let him meet a lot of new people and bring him into many different environments
  • Touch your puppy on a frequent basis in a way that  doesn’t threaten him, this will allow him to get accustomed to being handled.
  • Make your dog aware that he is not the leader, you are.
  • Use obedience training lessons that are short, consistent, and happen on a daily basis.
  • Give rewards to your dog when he follows your commands and put him into seclusion when he misbehaves.