Dog to Dog or Dog to Humans Aggressive Problem

Dog to Dog Aggression or Dog to Human Aggression - There is Help for your Aggressive Dog!

How do you know if you have a aggressive dog problem?

Dog aggression is almost always a normal behavior and is usually based on fear.  We shouldn’t look at aggressive behavior as being nasty or wrong. Abnormal canine behavior is often over diagnosed.  But when aggressive behavior starts to interfere with the relationship between the dog and the owner, other people, or other animals then it becomes problem that has to be addressed.  Often when this happens most dogs with behavior problems are not just acting out or misbehaving, they are not normal. 

There could be many underlying issues causing your dog’s aggressive/reactive behavior, under socialization when your dog was very young, a traumatic event, the wrong kind of training (punishment based) most often makes the problem much worse.  Unfortunately in most cases aggression escalates as the dog ages.  While it may be natural to make excuses for your dog’s behavior, all dogs are capable of causing serious harm.  The sooner you get help for your dogs aggression the easier and sooner your dog can start to live a happy healthy more harmonious life with you and the rest of the world.

Call 1-541-350-2869 or »contact us for Dog Training Classes, Puppy Training Classes, Private Dog Training Services, and for behavior solutions such as excessive barking, jumping, and aggression. Friends For Life Dog Training LLC where we celebrate the power of positive training!

We will start out by addressing the problem right away by a private one on one consultation.  We will discuss management strategies while we are working with you and your dog so everyone is safe and your dog is not practicing his or her aggressive behavior. I use only positive based training methods to achieve great results, I do not use shock collars, prong collars, choke chains or scare tactics as this can only make your dog worse.  So often with punishment based training methods the behavior only gets suppressed only to resurface later on and usually much worse.  I have worked with many aggressive dogs with dog to dog aggression, dog to human aggression, food aggression and many other not so nice behavior issues.  I am confident that I can help your dog see the word in a much better way through gentle positive training that works. The one on one consultation includes a written written follow up that will include the session reminders and tools to get you started helping your dog.  I recommend at least 6 sessions of work then after the 6 session we will see where you and your dog are at.

Fear or aggression toward humans please see form below.  »Dog to Dog Fear or Aggression Form click here

Fear or Aggression Toward Humans
  1. Dog owner and dog information.
  2. Guardian's Full Name(*)
    Please type your full name.
  3. Contact Tel/Cell Number
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  4. E-mail(*)
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  5. Dog's Name
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  6. Bite Levels.
  7. Has (your dogs) mouth made contact with a person during any of the incidents?
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  8. If yes, what is the worst result that has occurred?
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    Bite levels as defined by Dr. Ian Dunbar.
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  1. Description of Incidents..
  2. Describe the incident or incidents you are concerned about.
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  3. Location(s) where the incidents occurred:
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  4. Person / People involved:
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  5. Person / People during incident(s) were:
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  6. Have you noticed anything similar about the situations or people involved across the incidents?
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  7. Have you noticed any escalation or change in (Spot's) behavior over time?
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  1. Stress/Warning Signs.
  2. Which of these signs have you noticed (Spot) use before or during the incident?
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  3. Resource Guarding..
  4. Did any or could any of the incidents have involved (Spot) protecting:
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  5. Handling..
  6. Did any of the incidents involve (Spot) being touched on his/her:
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  7. If answered other describe:
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  8. ...or given a
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  1. Under-socialization/Fear..
  2. Did any of the incidents involve:
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  3. If answered unusual human behavior or other describe:
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  4. Sudden Environment Contrast..
  5. Did any of the incidents involve someone:
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  6. If ansered other please describe:
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  7. What do you think (Spot) would do were I to stand up now?
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  8. Movement Sensitivity / Predation..
  9. Did any of the incidents involve:
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  10. If answered other please describe:
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  11. How should we contact you?
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Join Our Dog Training ClassesCall 1-541-350-2869 or »e-mail us for Dog Training Classes, Puppy Training Classes, Private Dog Training Services, and for behavior solutions such as excessive barking, jumping, and aggression. Friends For Life Dog Training where we celebrate the power of positive training!