Aggression between dogs is often caused by resources, like food.
Aggression amongst dogs is one of the most dangerous behaviors we encounter. We've all experienced some form of it: a growl, a snarl, a bark, and sometimes even a full attack. But what is aggression really? What causes aggression, and why do dogs do it? To modify behavior, we have to understand it first. So, we begin at the neuron, explore all the way "up" to observable behaviors, and finally answer the question: How do we control dog aggression?
Biology of Aggression
How aggression operates from the neuron to hormones, and how this informs us about how best to treat it.
Creating the most effective training techniques founded on a deep understanding of your dog's psychology
Frustration and Aggression
How dogs' frustrations develop into aggressive behaviors - and what we can do about it.
Watch and learn how to use these techniques to modify dog aggression