How to Stop Dog Aggression
Re-socialize and rehabilitate your aggressive dog, stop your dog from biting and snapping, and understand why your dog is aggressive with this thorough and easy-to-follow book.
This 35-page book helps you get started with training your dog not to be aggressive using humane, science-based training techniques that WORK.
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This book will discuss:
- How to train an aggressive dog
- The different types of dog aggression:
- Dog aggression towards people
- Dog aggression towards other dogs
- Territorial dog aggression
- Food aggression in a dog
- What to do with an aggressive dog to keep everyone safe
- How to stop a dog from growling at family members
- Why your dog is aggressive
- What to do if your dog has bitten someone
- Whether or not you should rehome or euthanize your aggressive dog
- Early signs of aggression in your dog’s body language
Inside this book:
- Nature vs. nurture: understanding your dog’s aggression
- Canine body language for safety
- Does my dog need behavioral medication?
- A worksheet on your dog’s level of aggression
- How to keep everyone safe around your dog starting tonight
- Counterconditioning and desensitization to teach your dog not to be upset by things
- Teaching your dog an alternative behavior so he’s got a new strategy instead of aggression
- 5 steps to take care of your dog and help him/her de-stress
- What if we mess up? Dealing with slip-ups with safety and grace.
- I can’t take this anymore: what to do if you can’t keep your aggressive dog.
Kayla grew up in northern Wisconsin and studied ecology and animal behavior at Colorado College. She founded Journey Dog Training in 2013 to provide high-quality and affordable dog behavior advice. She’s an avid adventurer and has driven much of the Pan-American Highway with her border collie Barley. She now travels the US in a 2006 Sprinter with her two border collies, Barley and Niffler. Aside from running Journey Dog Training, Kayla also runs the nonprofit K9 Conservationists, where she and the dogs work as conservation detection dog teams.