Dog owners trying to tame Jack Russell aggression should know that a lot of excessive aggressive behavior is due to lack of exercise, discipline, stimulation and also companionship. Jack Russell terriers tend to be very smart, hard-working dogs who really need to be engaged on a day-to-day basis. It’s a full-time job to have one, Read more…

We all know that managing an aggressive dog is challenging. Furthermore, dog owners are at risk. If your dog bites another person while outdoors, chances are the owner is going to be sued plus the dog will be put to sleep. When the animal hurts someone or another pet, the dog owner is accountable. Consequently Read more…

For the finest strategies for coping with all kinds of canine aggression, including dog-dog aggression, aggression between dogs as well as strangers, dogs and kids, and the like… Be sure you take a look at: How to Stop Aggressive Behavior in Dogs We are going to take a look at how to handle aggression and Read more…

Is dog food aggression a problem with your canine companion?  If your dog growls or snaps at anyone who gets too close while he’s eating, you need to stop this serious dog behavior problem before your dog attacks you or someone in your family. Dog Food Aggression Is Instinctive Behavior For Canines In the wild, Read more…

An aggressive dog will display signs like snarling, barking, growling, baring teeth, and in the worst cases, biting. This kind of dog needs dog training as soon as possible to help control its behavior and make it a happier dog. There are many different kinds of reasons for a dog’s aggression. These include fear, jealousy, Read more…

Taking the time to understand why dog aggression occurs will help you stop the problem. Dogs are naturally aggressive. In the wild aggressive behavior was essential to a dog’s survival. Through domestication and selective breeding this trait has been minimized but the instinct is still there. Undomesticated dogs were social animals and lived in packs with a Read more…

If you do own an overly aggressive dog that is rather shy, it is important you begin working with them as soon as possible. The last thing you want to happen is have your dog harm another dog, a child, or even someone within your own family. Here are four dog training tips to give Read more…

Aggression in a dog is something that no owner should allow to continue and as soon as the problem arises, needs to be dealt with through the right sort of corrective training.  But in order for an owner to find the right sort of dog aggression training to help solve the problem they first need Read more…

If you have a dog that is overly aggressive you should begin training him as soon as possible, even if he usually acts somewhat shy. You don’t want him to do any harm to another dog or a child. You want to make sure your family will be safe around him. If you don’t train Read more…

You may find that dog food aggression is one of the bigger problems to be faced with your pet. Shelters have behavioral tests and this is one of the most commonly failed. There are several reasons that a dog might express dog food aggression, and there are many things that you can do to work Read more…

Dogs have a limited repertoire of ways to communicate with people and other animals. This is one of the reasons people are often confused when a canine acts aggressively. They don’t understand what is going through his head or what is motivating his behavior. As a result, an aggressive mutt is often labeled unfriendly, ill-mannered, Read more…

There is nothing scarier than having your favourite pet turn aggressive.  Don’t think it is funny if your puppy shows aggression towards other pups, as this can become a grave problem if allowed to continue and you will become frantic to stop dog aggression in your family pet. It is important to consider the reason Read more…