Aggression in Dogs

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

Aggression 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


Beware of the Dog

Be (more) aware! Here is your road map to evaluating, managing and modifying aggressive behavior in pet dogs. Beware of the Dog offers a wide-ranging look at all types of aggression and the way these troublesome behaviors develop.

Beware of the Dog

Be (more) aware! Here is your road map to evaluating, managing and modifying aggressive behavior in pet dogs. Beware of the Dog 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.

Canine Behavior

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Canine Behavior

Bonnie V. Beaver provides a clear understanding of normal dog behaviors and the necessary tools to identify problem behaviors and their origins. "Canine Behavior" shows how to prevent, eradicate, or minimize unacceptable behaviors and build successful, lifelong relationships with one's dogs.

Dog Aggression Workbook

The Dog Aggression Workbook is an interactive guide for guardians of dogs who behave aggressively.

Dog Aggression Workbook

The Dog Aggression Workbook is an interactive guide for guardians of dogs who behave aggressively. The workbook presents a systematic and highly efficient and effective, positive reinforcement-based approach to understanding, assessing and changing aggressive behaviors in dogs. Strategies and techniques are described clearly and completely in a conversational style that is easy to read and understand. Guardians will be armed with the tools they need to address all kinds of aggressive behavior problems, while avoiding harsh punitive techniques. The workbook utilizes a behavioral approach, focusing on identifying specific problem behaviors, what evokes them and what consequences are maintaining them. It explains how to implement desensitization and behavior replacement procedures to change emotional responses and the aggressive behaviors they motivate. Taking a global and comprehensive approach, it addresses the whole context in which aggressive behaviors are performed.

Turning Fierce Dogs Friendly

"Using constructional aggression treatment to rehabilitate aggressive and reactive dogs"--Cover.

Turning Fierce Dogs Friendly

Learn how to harness the power of worthwhile reinforcement to build safe, friendly behaviors in aggressive dogs. The positive training based, Constructional Aggression Treatment (CAT), as described in Turning Fierce Dogs Friendly, has proven successful for many pet owners and trainers around the world. As a functional approach to changing aggressive behavior, it offers a humane alternative to desensitization, counter conditioning, and distraction procedures. CAT typically produces long-lasting results in far less time than any positive treatment available, without the undesirable side-effects that are common with punishment procedures. The ultimate outcome is a once-aggressive dog that is now friendly. Inside Turning Fierce Dogs Friendly: Step-by-step instructions for performing CAT with aggressive dogs Understand the normal behaviors of all dogs, of specific breeds, and of your own individual dog How to be awake and aware of your dog's behavior and your own Discover your dog's worthwhile reinforcement for safe, friendly behaviors Advice for developing good observation skills and staying on task The issues that can make or break successful aggression treatment: consistency, safety, and follow-through Equipment, handling procedures, and preventing opportunities to practice undesirable behavior When to call a professional

Manual of Clinical Behavioral Medicine for Dogs and Cats E Book

Our view of aggressive behavior in cats is tightly bound to our complex
opportunistic “domestication” relationship with ... The type of aggression
witnessed by clients likely differs from aggressive behaviors clients see and
recognize in dogs.

Manual of Clinical Behavioral Medicine for Dogs and Cats   E Book

This title includes additional digital media when purchased in print format. For this digital book edition, media content is not included.

Current Issues and Research in Veterinary Behavioral Medicine

Papers Presented at the Fifth Veterinary Behavior Meeting D. S. Mills, Emily
Levine, Gary Landsberg. Classical ... at the time of the fight. These findings
indicated that owner behavior played a role in canine aggression toward
unfamiliar dogs.

Current Issues and Research in Veterinary Behavioral Medicine

This volume illustrates the diversity of ongoing research in the field of veterinary behavioral medicine and includes the current findings of scientists, veterinarians, and practitioners. The materials included provide additions to the growing knowledge base, refine or confirm current opinions, provide avenues for further research, and increase the appreciation and understanding of the different approaches used internationally within the discipline.

Behavior A Guide For Practitioners An Issue of Veterinary Clinics of North America Small Animal Practice

Box 1 Hypothyroidism and aggression: the facts A common misconception is that
there is a direct link between hypothyroidism and canine aggression. Currently,
there is a lack of well-controlled clinical studies that support this hypothesis.

Behavior  A Guide For Practitioners  An Issue of Veterinary Clinics of North America  Small Animal Practice

This issue acts as a guide to behavior in dogs and cats for practitioners. Topics include: genetics and behavior of cats and dogs, the effects of stress on small animal health and behavior, canine agression towards family members or visitors, common sense small animal behaviour modification, small animal behavior triage, abnormal reptitive behaviors, feline agression towards family members, cat fights, and more.