Understand why your dog is aggressive before training. Helps control behavior with strangers and animals. Individual dogs vary in aggressiveness.
Train your pet to obey for control and prevent aggression. Consistent teaching and commands like sit, stay, and come are important.
Using a choke chain on a dog may seem cruel, but it can teach them to listen by associating disobedience with discomfort. Only for extreme cases.
Don't pamper or tolerate bad behavior. Use discipline techniques: remove treats/toys, say "Hands off!" to teach your dog boundaries.
Avoid harsh punishment for young or unaccustomed dogs as it may lead to aggression. Scolding and yelling can teach them right from wrong.
Dogs can become aggressive when frustrated from confinement. Spend time with them, provide exercise, and play to prevent aggression.
Reward good behavior in your dog to reinforce it. Positive attention encourages them to repeat it. Works wonders!
Set clear rules for your dog and enforce them consistently. Use punishments if needed. Without boundaries, dogs become undisciplined.
Dog aggression often stems from their environment, such as frequent interaction with other dogs. To prevent future aggression, limit their exposure.
Show affection despite aggression. Reward good behavior with treats/toys. Avoid fear/reactivity. Encourage control and discourage aggression.