Managing Aggressive Dog and Loopy Owner

In my experience, the aggressive dog and its loopy owner often go together. The majority of the dog owners aren’t looking for an offensive dog. But, the fact that their dog aggressively takes action against others, make terrified owners and unable to respond to the situation properly. And what then? This time your skill and firmness can help to protect your dog. Some tips are here how to reduce the severity of the situation.

Intentional or Not

First, it is important to understand that (except for some reprobate hands); the vast majorities aren’t raising their dog to be aggressive deliberately. Moreover, they do not like it when their dog attacked others. Because they simply cannot handle the situation – to put it mildly.

That’s the reason they cannot prevent the emergence of conflicts. Those who want a well-controlled dog from to the start should have to begin the education, ideally in its puppy hood.

You have to show your little dog – assuming the role of real parents – where the burdens are. He should learn how strong he might bite and how far he might go within playing. If this happens, your pooch – just like in the real flock – will learn the so-called controlled bites.

He will be playing not to cause injury to others. And also he’ll understand to avoid impertinence to other dogs, because it’s going to be bad. But, many dog owners don’t take this task seriously, so their dog isn’t properly socialized.

Owners’ Behavior

aggressive-dog-in-attackGenerally speaking, the owners of these dogs don’t behave as a respectable, reliable handler. The result is a frustrated, fearful and / or aggressive dog, which has many conflicts with other canines or people. If you know the gesture language of dogs, there’s a good chance you prevent coarsening the situation before it develops further.

My Example

However, despite that, the smaller fights are so often unavoidable. The other day I met exactly one of these dogs at the dog park. An unleashed Rottweiler type of muscular male was much larger than mine, and attacked her.

The first “scrap” was short, but I could see that this doesn’t end the matter. The owner – what else would he have done – just talking with a friend and didn’t care for his dog. So, before the animals were again attacked, I stepped between them firmly.

That it had its result: both dogs recoiled. I have also would brought my dog away. After all, the goal was to break the fight. But, the attacking dog owner screamed at me to stop kicking his dog.

I replied this that I didn’t kicking, but I stepped between them, otherwise I’d not allow his dog to bite mine. The loopy – or shall we say: forgot about himself and his dog – owner pulled away his dog by the collar. While he still hissed at me said; do not touch his canine.

That was not on my mind at all, anyway. In this case, you know that the thing is hopeless. In leaving with my dog, I was heard he was yelling something, but I wasn’t reacted to that.

Bottom Line

My friend, maybe with this little story I didn’t make hearted you up to intervene. However, I think that if the situation is going to go to be coarsened, you have to deploy the physical barrier. Then during the short break you’re able to take away your dog.

If you get suchlike irrational reactions, don’t worry about it. Your dog’s bodily integrity is more important to you. And as an owner, he awaits the leader of the pack’s protection from you. Calmly call your dog, or show him his favorite toy and put it clear that you will go on further now. That’s encouraging him that – despite the fright – he also starts with you.

WHAT NOT TO DO:

– You really do not kick toward the other dog; this could irritate him to get after you.

Keep your hands close to your body, don’t move them and don’t move with them toward the enemy dogs.

Do not start yelling! If you know the other dog, and he listens to the word, say him hard NO. He is certainly familiar with this word. And if you say it with enough conviction, chances are that this will resolve the matter.

P.S.: Have you ever participated in such an affair? How did you solve the situation? Happened a hurt with you or your dog? The comment section is open for your story, please, don’t let it wait in vain. Thank You!

Alex Sparrow

Alex Sparrow

Alex Sparrow is a nature enthusiastic for more than seven decades. He was writing nearly 400 articles, reports so far about how to live with your dogs harmoniously.
Alex Sparrow