Owning a dog that has dog or human aggression can be scary and stressful. But what a lot of owners don’t realize is, it is just as scary and stressful on the dog. The deep underlying root of almost all aggression is negative experiences, frustration, fear, or lack of socialization. Sometimes it is a combination of these things, creating an even more complex issue. In all cases of aggression, we begin by determining the “root” and why your dog is behaving aggressively, and then we work to change the association through structure, confidence building, and positive association. Every aggressive case is different, and accurate expectations and goals can be set on your evaluation.
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