Beware of Dog: Managing Pet Aggression
Aggression and fighting are often regarded as the most common, and the most serious, behavior problems in dogs. Knowing how to manage your pet’s behavior can keep you, your family, and your pet safe.
- Territorial aggression
- Protective aggression
- Possessive aggression
- Fear aggression
- Defensive aggression
- Social aggression
- Frustration-related aggression
- Redirected aggression
- Pain-related aggression
- Sex-related aggression
- Predatory aggression
What You Can Do To Stop Pet Aggression
- Becoming very still and rigid
- Guttural bark that sounds threatening
- Lunging forward or charging with no contact
- Showing teeth
- Snarl (a combination of growling and showing teeth)
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