Stop Dog Fear Aggression


Fear aggression is a type of aggression that occurs when a dog feels threatened or scared.


 Some signs of fear aggression include:Growling, barking, or lunging at people or other dogs,Trying to hide or run away,Becoming stiff or rigid.


There are many reasons why dogs might develop fear aggression, including:Past experiences of being attacked or abused Lack of socialization.


 There are a few things you can do to help your dog overcome fear aggression, including:Desensitization and counterconditioning,Management.


Desensitization involves exposing your dog to the things they are afraid of in a controlled environment and rewarding them for not reacting. 


Management involves taking steps to prevent your dog from being exposed to the things they are afraid of, such as avoiding certain places or people.


Positive reinforcement training involves rewarding your dog for good behavior, such as being calm and relaxed around the things they are afraid of.

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