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If your dog is showing any signs of aggression, schedule your first lesson and meet with our dog trainer today for only one dollar at Top Gilbert AZ Dog Training! Please keep in mind that if your dog is showing signs of aggression, the earlier we are able to address it, the better. The longer you wait to address aggression, the worse it will become in the harder, and more expensive, it will be to get under control. Below, we will explain each type of aggression in more detail in our approaches.
There are three main source of aggressive behaviors and we can handle all of them at Top Gilbert AZ Dog Training. Let’s start with one behavior. Learned behavior means any response to stimuli that dog uses in order to get its way. I.e. the cute Pomeranian does not want to get off the sofa so it next invites it mom when asked to get down. In doing this, the cute little pup learns that she can get her waived by a show of aggression. While this may seem cute at first, if you let this happen for another 3 to 4 more years, this dog will slowly progress the point where they will bite for real because they are now very confident that being aggressive will yield them good results.
Next up, Top Gilbert AZ Dog Training can handle genetic links behavior. Generic links behavior means that your dogs aggression behavior has been somewhat hardwired and by the DNA passed on from mom and dad and regardless of what you do, there’ll be some aggression present. Some dogs are born predisposed to be more human or dog aggressive based on how their prior generations were bred. Dogs like this can still be helped tremendously, but the aggression is never truly resolved. We will still do all that we can to provide you with the best help possible.
Protective behavior is the need to guard and protect the yard, a house, a person, or resource. As far as our dog trainers are concerned, having a dog that guards the house or protects you is not a bad thing. What we have to figure out when we meet your dog is whether or not your dog is picking up on your anxiety and feels the need to guard you in a certain situation. Or is your dog truly human aggressive or dog aggressive and needs help if you are unsure why your dog is being truly aggressive, this is something we can evaluate on our initial one dollar lesson.
In many of our locations across the United States, you will find out trainers who specialize in training dog aggressive and people aggressive dogs. If you need an aggressive dog training expert, please call us so we can start helping you. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please feel free to reach out to us by either calling our toll-free number 1-833-484-7867, or checking out our online website tiptopk9.com. We look forward to working with you and taking care of your furry companion as well.
Top Gilbert AZ Dog Training
Top Gilbert AZ Dog Training is here to help you with any and all types of aggression. Our system has been tried and tested on thousands of dogs. And has been proven to get reliable results in a matter age or breed. We can accomplish just about anything in a month or two and then show you how to keep those results throughout your dog’s life. When you sign up with tiptop, we are your dog trainers for life as commission point not only do we provide lifetime phones for, but lifetime group classes are included in almost every single one of our packages.
Now you start to go over the types of aggression that we deal with here at Top Gilbert AZ Dog Training. People aggression. When a dog shows aggression to people. It is time to be concerned when your dog uses aggression or show aggression as their normal way to handle social interactions with people and as a way to avoid contact with new people and even with children. We see many dogs that if you were to ask them they do not even know the root of their behaviors but they are engaged in aggression and likes to the response or the feeling they got and it got reinforced. No matter what, we are here to help.
Dog aggression is very common for us at Top Gilbert AZ Dog Training. When a dog shows aggression to another dog, specifically one unprovoked and at a distance, this is dog aggression. It is time to be concerned when your dog uses aggression or show aggression as our normal way to handle interactions with other dogs over go after other dogs unprovoked. Much of the dogs aggression we see falls into the controlled and managed category and not the fixed as much as it can be rooted in the past, are genetically based. Six it means that the aggression behaviors are well, fixed. Controlled or manage aggression means that they have been taught the behaviors we would like to see and what is no longer allowed.
When a dog is scared of other dogs and/or people and will be aggressive to make people or dogs leave them alone, this is known as fear aggression. It is time to be concerned when your dog is showing teeth, growling, or biting out of fear to manipulate their environment and make a perceived threat go away and the threat is very nice, nonthreatening person or a very nice, nonthreatening dog. Dogs with extreme fear can be some of our hardest cases to work with, but we really do see a lot of dogs overcome their fears and are able to handle daily life so much better! We are here to make this difference for you and your very family member.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please feel free to reach out to us anytime by either calling us on our toll-free line 1-833-484-7867, or by checking us out on our online website tiptopk9.com. You can also find all of our locations, services, testimonials, and so much more online. We look forward to working with you in teaching you how to continue the best training for your furry companion.