Aggression in dogs

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Aggression in dogs can sometimes be difficult to control. Many owners are frustrated trying to control their aggressive dog, many will try to understand the reason for this aggression by trying to find solutions.

Some dog breeds are naturally more aggressive than others, some aggressive behaviors find their reason in several emotions that your dog might have and could have difficulties to control it because of a poor training or just because of its instinct. Some aggressive behaviors such as fear, anxiety, insecurity, jealousy, abuse, illness and pain could be predominant in your pet.

Aggressive behavior that will feel the dogs can often be limited to specific situations, which could help in a better control ,for example,  your dog could experience aggressive feelings with your postman, but unfortunately some aggressive behavior can occur without any warning.

This can quickly become worrying if your dog begins to attack other dogs or even worse to attack a human, often these complex situations occur without provocation.

Some dog breeds are more aggressive especially if they have been trained to protect a property and attack intruders if necessary. This type of dog will be especially train for acting that way and they will ask a lot tighter management from you. Even very small dogs (toy dog) can be aggressive and quickly become a nightmare for their owners.

That’s why CLANIMAL strongly suggests you to bring your dog in an official training school so it can from an early age develop behaviors much more sociable, for example, a good training program will prevent your dog from deciding by itself to attack a young child or other events that could be just as dramatic.

Try if possible to determine the causes of the aggressive behavior of your dog and when you go to your training school for the first time, you might discuss with the trainer so he can apply for your dog a particular training. Finally, if your dog shows signs of aggression even substantial, still, go and see a professional trainer so that he can assess the level of aggression and make the necessary corrections.

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