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A common form of dog aggression is a dog on dog aggression while out on a walk. Other forms can be aggression to people coming to your home or out on a walk (see video below), your own dogs fighting each other, dogs chasing cars, joggers, bikes, skateboards etc.  

What is happening here is your dog believes it is leader and therefore decision maker, they are trying desperately to protect the pack (you) and are panic-stricken. This is a huge burden for them to have on their shoulders given that your dog is living in an environment it doesn’t understand, there can also be the added problem of your dog biting you during these times of panic.  

It is important in these situations of aggression to show your dog that they have nothing to fear. What is of paramount importance is for you to remain calm. Easy for me to say, but once you understand why these aggressive situations are occurring together with the knowledge of how you are to respond, will give you the confidence needed, therefore, calmness will naturally follow suite.  

The first step to solving aggressive behaviour in dogs and any other behavioural problem is to relieve the dog of the pressure of leadership.

Take a look at the video below of Jan Fennell
helping an aggressive dog.

Dog Aggression

Amichien Bonding will help with this problem and all other non-medical dog behaviour problems, you can succeed with this communication method in the privacy of your own home. Amichien Bonding can help with reading body language, teaching your dog good manners, the ability to be able to communicate effectively, becoming your dogs best friend and the general nature of your dog.

Give Dog Behaviourist Rachael a call to have a quick chat with her or fill in the Contact Form and Rachael will respond to you promptly and personally.  

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