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Does Gut Bacteria Play A Role In Dog Aggression?
Studies have found that disruptions in the gut microbiome, such as an imbalance in the ratio of beneficial to harmful bacteria, can lead to various health problems, including behavioral issues in dogs. In particular, some research has suggested that alterations in the gut microbiome may contribute to aggression in dogs. One possible explanation is that…
Managing dog aggression by using a head halter for an aggressive dog
On this page: What is a Head Halter and Why is it Used? Head halters are similar to what horses wear and controls the direction of your dog’s head (and therefore his or her mouth). When a dog pulls on a leash with a regular neck collar, the pressure on their neck and throat can cause…
The importance of getting your dog’s attention at the earliest stage of aggressive arousal.
We and our dogs are unable to pay full attention to more than one thing at a time. Outside of dogs that are aggressive toward their owners, it means that if you can hold your dogs attention, they will not be attention to whatever else he is becoming aggressive towards. Dogs that are not attending to the threats…