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Knowing the difference between an excited dog and an aggressive dog is crucial to preventing animal attacks. Dogs bark for a variety of reasons, but aggressive barks are usually deeper, rapid and more guttural.
Broadly speaking, canine aggression is generally a response to territorial, possessive and fearful situations. Territorial aggression is displayed when a dog believes it is responsible for keeping all unknown people and animals out of its territory, which is often a house or yard. Small dogs can bite young children in the face or neck, potentially causing serious injuries. This kind of aggressive dog will chase or attack mailmen, meter readers or guests for trespassing on the dog’s territory.
If your dog reacts aggressively to people or other dogs, you have a dangerous dog and need to address the problem before it’s too late.


Dogs exhibiting possessive aggression have formed an inappropriate bond with people, food, toys or other goods and will act aggressively to stop them from being taken away. Rogue Dog Training uses reward based lessons to curb unwanted canine aggression in the privacy of your own home.
If your dog is willing to show its teeth or nip you and your family, it is an aggressive dog who will bite sooner or later. Dogs growling or nipping at people who come near them while eating or sitting on a couch or bed are displaying possessive aggression. At your free consultation, Rogue Dog Training will assess and determine the scope and duration of the program required to reduce aggressive behaviors.
Rogue Dog Training's ABCDT certified dog trainer will come to your house and begin reducing your dog’s unwanted aggression so you and your dog can live together peacefully. If a dog is afraid of strangers, it may act aggressively and bite them as part of the flight or fight response.


Any kind of aggression can be addressed by Rogue Dog Training, but it is always best to act quickly before canine aggression gets out of control. If your dog is aggressive, work with a professional trainer or your vet to learn how to teach your dog to rely on you in a healthy way.
Never leave an aggressive dog alone with children or unfamiliar adults, even if you think he's not likely to hurt anyone.



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