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We know that dog aggression is serious business here at Troy Dog Training. Training aggressive dogs and hard to control dogs is one of our specialties. Some are territorial, some are possessive of toys are viewed, some very fearful, some attacked people, some attack dog, and some attack anything and everything. Please keep in mind that if your dog is showing signs of aggression, the earlier we are able to address it, the better. If your dog is showing any signs of aggression, please schedule your first lesson with us and meet a professional dog trainer today for only one dollar.
Let’s go over the top two main reasons people bring their dogs into us at Troy Dog Training. People aggression and dog aggression. Both of these are exactly what they sound like. When a dog shows aggression to people, it’s people aggression. When a dog shows aggression to other dogs, specifically when unprovoked in a distance, this is dog aggression. It is time to be concerned when your dog uses aggression or a show of aggression as their normal way to handle interactions with other dogs or people. Most of these interactions will happen unprovoked. We see many dogs that if you were to ask them, they do not know what the root of their behaviors, but they engage in aggression and like the response, or the feeling that God and he got reinforced. We can help with this.
Troy Dog Training sees a lot of fear aggression as well. When a dog is scared of other dogs and/or people and will be aggressive to make people or dogs leave them alone. You should 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. Normally, this threat is a very nice, nonthreatening person or a very nice, nonthreatening dog. Dogs with extreme fear can be used some of our hardest cases to work with, but we really do see a lot of dogs overcome their fears and be able to handle daily life so much better.
When a dog shows aggression as a mean of controlling and dominating others and/or getting their own way, this is known as dominance aggression. This is normally seen in very big and strong, highly dominant dogs, but we can see them in smaller breeds too. In the last two go hand-in-hand resource guarding and food aggression. One of dog will guard any item with their body and are present such as food or bone or toy and then will growl, snap, or bite cigar the item from anyone taking it. Food aggression is similar to resource guarding, but journalists to just food. With strict obedience, we can get good results quickly with most of our food aggression dogs, unless they were a longtime street dog or feral dog. Even though these dogs are very challenging, we are willing to work with them to get past their very challenging past and change their scarcity mindset.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please feel free to reach out to us at any time by either calling us at 1-833-484-7867, or checking out our online website tiptopk9.com we look forward to working with you and your fluffy companion and providing you with the absolute best dog training service.
Troy Dog Training
This might sound impossible, but Troy Dog Training can reliably train your dog in 2 to 4 weeks. Within that timeframe, we can get them to “come”, “please”, “quiet”, and “off” even with distractions of other dogs and people. To handle the majority of situations, we just need these before solid Commandments that are dog does 100% of the time, no matter what is going on in a matter who was around.
How to be, Troy Dog Training, work though? Will first, you call and tell us what’s going on with you and your dog. It’s as simple as that. Next, you get to pick a time for your one dollar, yes only one dollar, first lesson and have us come out to professionally assess and work with your dog. We will typically spend between 20 and 30 minutes to learn your what your dog needs, it’s learning capabilities, what you wanted to learn, and your training availability. Third, we do our thing and transfer our knowledge over to you. And they use what we teach you to help control and hopefully fix those pesky behaviors before they get worse. Our process is simple and we keep the minds of our clients and their furry companions at the forefront.
Now let’s ask you talk about the four Commandments here at Troy Dog Training. Number one, come, 100% of the time. First, if we train your dog to come 100% of the time, we can call them away from any dangerous situation. Number two, place, doggie timeout. Second, we train your dog to place, so we can control your dog and teach them how to more properly handle uncomfortable situations three, quiet, stop barking and growling. Third, we teach a quiet command, this stops any aggressive barking or growling. And four, off, leave it and ignore it. Fourth, we teach and off command to redirect your dog from giving the stink eye or making aggressive eye contact.
With these solid four Commandments, your dog is ready to handle any situation. When you train with tiptop, you’ll get the satisfaction guarantee. We don’t just train for a few weeks and walk away. We train with your dog for as long as it takes to get your guaranteed good dog. Dogs are pack animals and the better people understand how to interact with their dog and how to train their dog, the more they will enjoy their pet. We want the average dog owner to be able to take their train dog anywhere and everywhere off the lease with them. No dog is too hard. We have seen many dogs safe from being put down that were labeled red zone or unfixable by other dog trainers. We don’t offer everything to everyone. We will recommend a customized package based on your needs and your budget.
Call us today at 1-833-484-7867 to schedule your first one dollar lesson and see what we can do for you. Or you can reach out to us online at our website tiptopk9.com if you have any questions, comments, or concerns. You can also find all of our services, testimonials, locations, and federal lesson, and so much more online. We look forward to working with you and your furry little companion.