Aggression in Dogs

Brenda Aloff's book has become the bible for identifying, understanding, and resolving aggression problems in dogs.

Aggression in Dogs


Stress Anxiety and Aggression in Dogs

To begin with, this book precisely describes what can trigger stress in dogs and the physiological processes in the body that are affected as a result.

Stress  Anxiety and Aggression in Dogs

Stress, anxiety and aggression are processes that take place in the body in fairly similar ways, both in people and in dogs. To begin with, this book precisely describes what can trigger stress in dogs and the physiological processes in the body that are affected as a result. Stress can only be counteracted once you know what it does to the body and how the brain responds to it. The author then goes into detail about all possible stress factors in dogs and describes how these stressors can be avoided. Finally, possible treatment methods are described and practical information is given on avoiding and alleviating stress and the canine problem behaviour commonly associated with it.

Dog Aggression

Here is your guide to evaluating, managing and altering dog aggressive. Dog aggression offers a wide-ranging look at all types of aggression and the way these troublesome behaviors develop.

Dog Aggression

Here is your guide to evaluating, managing and altering dog aggressive. Dog aggression offers a wide-ranging look at all types of aggression and the way these troublesome behaviors develop. It explains the latest protocols for evaluating and dealing with the problems of aggressive dogs from classical conditioning to operant conditioning, and prescribes management strategies that really work. Written in an easy-to-understand style that meets the needs of trainers as well as the motivated dog owner. John Harris dog aggression guide shows you how to control dogs easily, kindly and inexpensively . John has studied dogs for 40 years, and he reveals what actually works in the dogs own homes! You are taught how dogs naturally communicate, so when they understand you, you can control your pet without punishing! In this book you’ll learn: ✔What causes dog aggression ✔Dog aggression danger signs ✔5 amazing interpretations of dog body language ✔The most effective method to reduce dog aggression ✔And much more Grab a copy today to learn positive solutions for aggressive behavior in dogs

The Dog Aggression Workbook 3rd Edition

This workbook presents a systematic and highly efficient and effective positive reinforcement-based approach to understanding, assessing and changing aggressive behaviors in dogs.

The Dog Aggression Workbook  3rd Edition


Stop Dog Aggression

Stop Dog Aggression

Problems with behavior are a common thing in canines. If you look back at the history, and lineage of dogs, their relatives being coyotes, wolves, and various other animals of pure aggression puts them in the middle of a difficult situation. While their brains are set to hunt, to travel in packs, and survive on their own we teach them the opposite. When you decide to handle your dog's behavioral issues, you need to understand the multiple, different causes of them. Every issue can be grouped with others and canines will continue to do them and they will evolve into worse things later if not restrained, and trained. Dogs with aggression express it in a couple of different types of behaviors including the most common, which are biting and barking. This book will tell you everything you need to know about owning, buying, breeding, and taking care of your new dog or puppy. It will show you ways to stop aggression in your dog, and tell you everything you need to know about dog aggression, and all kinds of information about the breeds of dogs.

Fight

Compulsive Fighting Just as dogs can be selectively bred for exaggerated
stalking, which translates into herding or pointing, ... Interestingly, although the
threshold for dog-to-dog aggression was bred low, which makes for a high
incidence of ...

Fight


Understanding and Handling Dog Aggression

The author is an experienced dog trainer and her common-sense approach to behavioural problems in dogs is successfully proven in this book by the taming of Craig.

Understanding and Handling Dog Aggression

An aggressive dog, whether large or small, baring its teeth and growling can be a terrifying sight. Dogs, like children, require boundaries and sound training in order for them to grow into sociable, well-mannered adults with a healthy respect for their fellow beings. Here, Barbara Sykes clearly explains how to recognise an indomitable spirit and understand the causes of hostility in dogs. She advises owners how to educate their dogs sympathetically to subdue their aggression in favour of respect. The author is an experienced dog trainer and her common-sense approach to behavioural problems in dogs is successfully proven in this book by the taming of Craig.

Behavior Adjustment Training

Behavior Adjustment Training (BAT) was developed by Stewart to rehabilitate and prevent dog reactivity.

Behavior Adjustment Training

Behavior Adjustment Training (BAT) was developed by Stewart to rehabilitate and prevent dog reactivity. BAT builds confidence by giving dogs a chance to learn to control their environment through peaceful means. As you learn how to understand your dog and help him learn to safely get along with people, dogs, and other triggers, you will learn practical ways to keep your dog from being pushed into a reactive state in and around your home and on walks.

Assessing Aggression Thresholds in Dogs

Assessing Aggression Thresholds in Dogs includes Sue's newest protocols based on the theory that sociability is the key predictor of a dog's potential for aggression.

Assessing Aggression Thresholds in Dogs

New Testing and Assessment Methods for Shelters and Trainers! Sue Sternberg has been developing and refining assessment techniques for decades to help shelter workers and trainers determine the likelihood that a dog will engage in aggressive behaviors. Assessing Aggression Thresholds in Dogs includes Sue's newest protocols based on the theory that sociability is the key predictor of a dog's potential for aggression. In addition to a number of step-by-step tests for shelter workers to use, Sue has included a section for trainers and behaviorists for use in home visitations to better design training and management programs for their clients.