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Obedience of dogs has been a common problem of owners and many dog lovers have little idea or no idea at all on how to take care of them. Many household owners get a dog to make it part of their homes, but when their pup starts showing aggressiveness; they are lost and are torn in a difficult decision of giving up the dog or keeping it on the leash.
Breeders refer to dog aggression as "canine-to-canine antipathy" and dogs’ displays hostility by growling, barking and snarling in the air. Though most of the aggression is defensive, they attack other dogs with no provocation.
Many factors affect dog aggression and it includes anxiety, lack of socialization with other dogs, traumatic experiences, thyroid imbalance, genetic predisposition and abuse from breeders or previous owners. Common signs of dog aggression are nervousness and fear in the presence of other canines, or sensitivity and jumps in the presence of the owner or when presented with food.
Dog aggression shouldn't be confused with play behavior in young pups like nipping, chasing, mouthing, tackling and pawing and its part of the development and evolution of canines, especially the young dogs. Excessive display of behaviors can be seen as a warning sign of dog aggression when it matures.
Serious injuries result if dog aggression can't be handled by the owner and a dog becomes a threat and puts household members, neighbors, infants and children at risk. Often time’s cases are filed against dog owners and held liable for the injuries caused by dog hostility.
Dogtrainingspot suggest for dog lovers to have effective communication to train their aggressive dogs. They say that the success in dog aggression training ( http://www.dogtrainingspot.org/category/training-aggressive-dogs/ ) is based on communication in a level where a dog understands and it’s the key to stop dog aggressiveness.