|Dominant Aggressive Dog Behavior|
In Sydney, Australia, a pitbull terrier killed a two-month-old infant while his mother was doing household chores.
In Sheung Shui, China, family members watched helplessly as eight-year-old Liu Wing-yan was attacked and killed by a Great Dane.
Many people have been frightened by the growing media reports of dog attacks, but most do not see their own dog as a threat.
Dogs may be "mans best friend," but they may also bite the hand that feeds them.Dominant behavior of aggressive dogs is a serious behavior problem. It is a message that needs being repeated around the world: the necessity for responsible dog ownership. Dog owners have a moral obligation to learn about their dogs, if they want to keep and to handle them!
It is not a dog problem; it is a people problem!
The major cause of dog bites is the irresponsibility of dog owners.
Aggressive dominant dog behavior is the most serious behavior problem that dog owners must deal with, and it is largely preventable if the dog owner understands dog behavior and the factors that influence the development of dominant aggressive dog behavior. Knowledge of dog behavior helps to understand and prevent aggressive dog behavior.
Puppies rose in puppy mills and pet-shops where
they receive very little human handling
will always be fearful dogs or aggressive,
especially under stressful conditions.
subtle signs of dominant aggressive dog behavior usually
go unnoticed or are explained away
until the dog bites a human. The
dog owner blames the dog for biting "for
no reason." These dogs frequently
end up at animal shelters or are
destroyed because their owners misunderstood
the development of dominant dog behavior.
Dominant dog behavior indicates the following symptoms:
A professional animal behaviorist must handle treating dominant aggressive dog behavior, immediately! Contact our Behavior Center at 736440 for more information.