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How To Treat Aggressive Behavior In Dogs

Limit Exposure To Triggers

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Some dogs don't need the training to avoid aggressive behavior. In fact, their aggressive movements have very little to do with how they have been socialized by their owners and much more to do with some kind of internal issue. In these cases, the best choice a dog owner can make is to help limit their dog's exposure to triggers. If your dog tends to get aggressive around other dogs, for example, you'll want to avoid those situations in which your dog is exposed to other animals. If they get aggressive around food, on the other hand, you'll want to feed them away from both people and pets. While this is an imperfect solution, it can help you avoid some of the more dangerous results of your dog's aggressive actions.

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