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AGGRESSIVE DOGS


puppy bitting I have trained many dogs over many years.  
Many have been aggressive in some way,
some towards others dogs
some towards people and
some over toys/food.
bitting leg

They have been from many of the dog breeds, e.g.
German Shepherd Dog. ROTTS. STAFFORDS. LABS. TERRIERS,
of different types &  breeds that you would never dream of showing aggression,
HAVE.
......  
The good old cross breeds can be aggressive, depending on the cross.

         

All breeds can and will show aggression if needed.  
That’s the word IF needed.  
Most of the cases that I have been involved in
are where the dog feels insecure, nervous, intimidated, protective.  
This is because of:
  • lack of socializing at a young age,
  • lack of training at a young age,
  • lack of discipline in the home,
  • lack of exercise,
  • lack of good quality food and also the correct amount of food,
  • lack of knowledge,
  • ignorance as to the dogs needs and welfare,
  • THE WRONG REASON TO OWN A DOG,
...................................................................................the list is endless.

 


We forget that most breeds of dogs are
man made they have been bred to do different jobs.

Some to hunt and kill some to guard and protect others to fight,
The dog has been engineered to respond to different instincts enhanced by man, e.g.
smell.
hearing.
aggression!!!!!

 


If you buy a Large Guarding breed and
it starts to act like one,

which starts to annoy your neighbours.  
The dog starts to show signs of stress, e.g.
  • barking endlessly at ever sound,
  • aggression,
  • has no social skills.  
  • Is totally out of control when taken out.
  • Never sees outside its own garden.  
  • You are asking for trouble.  

The dog ends up in rescue or dead.


WHO IS RESPONSIBLE


........................................................................................ "WE ARE"

 

 

If you have a breed bred as a fighting breed.
Kept as a MACHO symbol by the young teenagers.
 
  • Taken out as a symbol.
  • No Rules,
  • No Discipline,
  • No Training,
  • No Social Training from a young age.

Who are we talking about the teenagers or the dogs


............................................................................................."BOTH"

Both are out in the general public,
both out of control
and yes these dogs and owners will terrorise the locals on the park.
They will show aggression to other dogs and people if encouraged to.

WHO IS RESPONSIBLE


................................................................................................"WE ARE"

 


If every dog owner was responsible.  

Then every dog school, and club would be full to the gills.
They are not,
Dog Clubs are closing.
Trainers will visit your home.
There is no excuse.
The first year of the dogs life is a training year.

YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE.

 


A highly intelligent social animal like the dog.
Can be driven mad by the conditions they are forced to live in.



Large Guards
kept in small inner-city gardens.
  • Often chained.  
  • They become lonely depressed,
  • no exercise,
  • no play.
  • Often tormented by passers by,
  • underfed
  • "No Love".
  • Cruelty!
  • Neglect!
  • Ignorance!

What ever the reason when that dog turns


He pays with his life!!


 

That sweet 6wk old puppy, with the wagging tail.  
The honest kind expression.   
The happy well fed contented baby laying on mums paws.

WHAT CHANCE DID HE STAND?

WHO IS RESPONSIBLE?

"WE ARE"

 

Child hugging Dog

This could have been him

 


Agressive Dogs
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Breeds like the German Shepherd dog, the Rottweiler and the Dobermann and other large guarding breeds are known for their courage in defending their owners and their property. © Janet Wesley

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