A dog owner that has an aggressive dog simply needs to follow our specific lesson plans and behavior modification strategies on a daily basis to see results in rehabilitating their dog.
Rehabilitation will be accomplished with a combination of training and behavior modification. Yes, training is important and unlike what many dog owners believe, obedience training is not just for show dogs.
Obedience training is actually what establishes the dog master relationship. This is what the dog needs so that he realizes that you are the pack leader. However, obedience training is not all that we will be doing. After …
It is always preferable for an owner to test their dog at home for aggressive tendencies before taking the animal out in public. However, there are instances where this may not be possible. A highly defensive or aggressive dog may not allow the interaction, which could lead to dangerous consequences if the dog were to lash out in a public setting. In this blog post, we will discuss some of the dangers of dog aggression, dehydration for example, and what you should do if you are unable to perform a home test.
Aggressive dogs can pose a serious danger …
We are able to provide you with an aggression or behavior consultation online. Our many years of experience with aggression and poorly behaved dogs has made Canine Behavior Specialists the leader when it comes to solving aggression and behavior problems.
Simply use the PayPal button below to pay the $195 consultation fee. An email with a form will be sent to you promptly for you to give us information about your dog.
This consultation includes up to a 1-hour online meeting to give you the information you need to correct your dog’s aggression or poor behavior. You will also have …
Have you ever tried to break up a dog fight and your dog turned around and actually took its frustration out by giving you a big bite on the hand? Yep, it has happened probably at least once to any person that has gotten between two fighting dogs, but the question is why?
Your dog didn’t really want to bite you, however it was in the middle of a fight, and you just happened to get in the middle of the fight. It’s called redirected aggression. For those of you that still doesn’t understand, let me give you a human …
If you have a dog that is showing aggression, you need the Canine Behavior Specialist here at Dog Aggression Experts because we have the expertise that you and your dog need to solve these aggression issues.
Please keep in mind that you DO NOT want a dog trainer. The typical dog trainer has been trained to do exactly that, obedience train dogs. Most dog trainers do not have the training or the experience to help with aggression issues.
I mention this because so many of our clients have spent hundreds or even thousands of dollars with dog trainers with no …
Having a dominant dog around the house can be annoying as well as dangerous. A dog who thinks he’s in command might eventually bite you or someone in your family if he is challenged. It’s important to recognize the signs that your dog is becoming dominant and do something about the problem.
1. Excessive barking. Dogs that bark all the time are not just a nuisance, they are imposing their voice on everyone. This is a sign of a dominant dog.
2. Getting on furniture or the bed without permission. If you allow your dog to get on the …
Aggression has become an epidemic! I am not teasing, over the years I am beginning to see more and more cases of aggression from various causes. So what is causing it? There are several reasons that dogs are showing aggression more frequently, however the cause that I want to discuss in this article is the lack of exercise, specifically walking.
Dogs need exercise. We all realize that, however not everybody acts on it and provides the needed exercise to have a happy, well-adjusted dog. If you just can’t find time to make a daily walk a part of your dog’s …
Welcome to the DOG AGGRESSION EXPERTS website. I assume that the reason you are here today is that you have a dog that is showing or is starting to show aggression. Please don’t feel like you are alone. In fact, I have been involved with dogs my entire life and I realize that in the last 10-12 years aggression with dogs has become an epidemic.
When I think back to when I was a kid, there were dogs all over my neighborhood. All my friends had a dog, and they were all good dogs that really did not seem to …