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Aggression

Types of Dog Aggression Fear Aggression: This is the most Common form of aggression is one of the main reasons dogs are euthanised or rehomed.  At least 30% of all dogs in rescue centres are there because of the incidence of aggression in one form or another. It is unusual to...
The Perfect Storm Why dogs are aggressive to children and adults   Aggression: This attack on 11 children in a playground in Blyth in May 2016 could only be described as The Perfect Storm. On the left, you are looking at a one-year-old dog that is going to die because it knew no...
                                 RESOURCE GUARDING DOGS Canine Possession Aggression.Object Guarding: This is the act of aggressively protecting objects such as toys, pigs ears, rawhide chews and other...
 Cocker Rage Fact or Fiction We have all heard of it but how many actually understand what is euphemistically known as Cocker Rage? The term "rage syndrome" was originally used to describe a set of behaviour's that were occurring in a disproportionate number of cocker spaniels. It...
 Aggression Between Dogs In The Home   What Causes This Aggression? This may surprise you as it is probably not what you have been told. Books and some of the crazy dog programs like the Dog Whisperer Have got it all wrong. These dogs are not fighting to become the pack leader...
Aggression Against Humans and Other Dogs Aggression: I think it is prudent to point out that aggression is rarely cured by just training. Training classes are fine for obedience, but not aggression. Aggression is the realm of the behaviourist. Make sure you employ a behaviourist...
Dominance and Dog Behaviour  Does Dominant Behaviour Exist?: It would be easy to imagine that the word dates back to the dawn of civilisation. Surely there has always been a conflict where dominance and subjugation have existed. Strangely enough, dominance is a relatively new...
Muzzle Training a Dog It is vital that your dog perceives the muzzle as a positive experience. Quite often the dog’s first encounter with a muzzle is in a stressful and fearful situation,This could be at the Vets, when the dog may become aggressive or difficult to handle because of fear,...
 Food and Bowl Guarding Aggressive Dogs We work very hard training our dogs to fit into our lifestyle and our family unit. We think we have done a great job, then just as we are congratulating ourselves on a job well done, the growl starts. It may be as we pass the bed, food bowl...

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