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Figure a Severe Dog Aggression Solutions
By: Bill Glatzel, MS Animal behaviorist,
95% of aggression can be managed and controlled, but over 80% of dogs reported to severe aggression die each year, and euthanasia due to lack of training or the wrong kind of training.
Most Veterinarians, trainers and most dogs are in good intentions, but I have no idea how to deal effectively with aggression. The first thing you have to say that aggression is very serious. Nobody should try to cope with aggression without the help of an experienced and professional trainer of dogs, who specializes in aggression. Two things usually happen. The dog gets to death, or a weak attempt to resolve the problem with someone or some dog injury, in some cases very seriously hurt.
Q: Do I Dog Trainer, animal behaviorist, veterinarian, or someone who specializes in Behavioral Medicine
A: This is a best to consult your animals behaviorist who specializes in Behavioral Medicine and one who works with many veterinarians who have a good understanding of many complex medical factors that are usually associated with neurochemical, hormonal, metabolic and genetic factors, and sometimes diet and ingredients nutrients, as well.
Figure 2 Serious Dog Bite Training
Q: I’ve always been told I should go and see the vet first. Why is this not true?
A: Probably more. Most dog trainers teach basic obedience commands like sit, stay, come. They may also assist in the basic manners, jump stop, and stop barking, potty. But when it comes to severe aggression, it is not fundamental ways, not just about training. The best person to help you is animal behaviorist who is also a trainer and one who specializes in Behavioral Medicine. Most dog trainers often can not cope with severe aggression and the need to put the dog down, or make the dog more aggressive, because I do not understand the behavior of dogs with the multilateral approach and perspective. Anyone can call themselves a dog trainer. There are no standards, no license and no qualifications. The other hand, animal behaviorist, or earned masters or doctorate, from an accredited university or college and has extensive training in animal behavior with the actual field work and research. Animal behaviorist is the Behavioral Scientist. Many dog ??trainers can also mean a very good intentions, but ethically should with the exception of their limitations in terms of training, education and experience, and relate to animals Behaviorist.