Are your dogs aggressive? Do you know why your dog act like that way? Before showing you tips for aggressive dog training, please let me start by asking you two rhetorical questions!
Firstly, do YOU start the aggression with your dog simply joining in?
Secondly, does your dog listen to you just before it behaves the way it does when you try show it another way to behave?
The answer will of course be the following:
1)At the point your dog starts to become aggressive, it is taking no notice at all of you.
2)Your dog is making its own decisions and will not listen to you if you try to show it a different way to behave. What your dog is doing is simply too important to it, and it is the right thing to do.
Dog aggression is nearly always done in order to protect their pack and their own lives.
Of course, there is a whole range of different types of aggression from dominant to fearful and everything in between. We can look at what your dog is aggressive towards: people, animals, other dogs or objects. There is aggression that occurs the whole time and other aggression, which is very erratic, and random depending on a number of differing factors.
However, at least the cause of the problem is the same, the way to stop dog aggression is very much the same, too. Your dog thinks that it is the pack leader, becomes fearful and attacks to protect, you and itself. Attack action by dominant dog or fearful dog is very different. Dominant dogs will be more proactive, often attacking when they still have the option of running away. But fearful dogs will only attack if they have no place to run. All the other factors pale into insignificance compared to this.
Ashton Cooper, dog lover, journalist and copywriter from canadaessaywriter.com says: ” Dominant dogs will be more proactive, often attacking when they still have the option of running away. But fearful dogs will only attack if they have no place to run. All the other factors pale into insignificance compared to this.”