If your dog scowls, wails, barks, bites or involves in any other non-social conduct then it raises concerns which require immediate actions. Aggressive dogs can be tamed under the right conditions of how to train an aggressive dog. In order to train them you need to be the packs’ leader and establish ground rules and limitation.
It’s essential that you take your dog to a behavior expert every now and then. They may perform positive reinforcement techniques on the dog. Also as you are accountable for the dogs behavior, join a group therapy for dogs to learn new ways of preventing belligerence.
It is important to spay dogs. If a dog is neutered he will be less likely to attack at other dogs. An emasculated female will not show the usual maternal secureness and is less expected to nip or mouth. As she doesn’t have the urge to guard her young ones, she doesn’t have to defend the terrain around her.
Always be confident and upright. Never show or convey fear through your body language as dogs are very sensitive beings and can sense resentment or distress easily. Nervous reactions like constriction of the leash, pulling on the leash, and talking in a loud or anxious manner can hinder in the dog’s ability to sort things out with other animals and if he cannot escape this, he might be inclined to the fight. Stay in control. Never try to pet a stranger’s or wandering dog.
Don’t allow supremacy
The basic training includes, never let your pet to feel dominant over any other person whether it’s a child or an adult. Let them know their social status thus they will be less likely to indulge in challenging people and be a good family member. They should be handled carefully without exposing them to any physical punishments instead deny them of any rewards or treats. If puppies bite or jump on kids, the children should shout “Off!” or “Stop!” and cross their arms to avoid being grabbed.
- Never attempt to disturb a pet while it’s sleeping or eating
- Hold your grounds firmly. Say “no” and “sit” in a firm voice
- Do not try to run after confronting with an aggressive dog
- Let him sniff you and remain calm
- Don’t try to outrun a dog while on a bicycle
- If attacked, feed him your possessions like your jacket or coat
- Seek medical care if needed
- Avoid eye contact with the dog
- Report violent unfastened dogs
- Do not enter a private property unless invited
Recognize the signs that trigger a dog’s aggressive nature and work accordingly. They may show fretful symptoms like shivering, tucked tail between legs, shaking or barking before acting violently. Always do little at a time and be patient with their progress.