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Old 11-25-2009, 02:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Tips and Signs for DA

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So I've been seeing a lot of DA situations on the forum lately and thought for some of the new comers or even some veterans that we could have a little brush up on Tips to help slow or prevent dog aggression or some signs that your dog (at any stage) is showing signs of DA or even HA for that matter.

Found this article and thought it was a well written article on the subject but doesn't go into detail where the DA started but it does give you some tips and goes through the levels. Please poke holes in any part that you don't agree with your that you think should stand out specifically.

If you guys could, also, add anything to this it'd be great! Like signs of DA in early or older dogs. Some tips that you find helpful for single dog family or multi dog family. Thanks!

Link to the article --->The Pitbull and Dog Aggression

The Pitbull & Dog Aggression

By Jason Mann

The American Pit Bull Terrier or (pitbull, Pit Bull) is a breed known for it's courage and it's ability to take on other dogs.

Dog agression in the pitbull is normal and should not be viewed as a fault or a "problem." Again, dog aggression in the pitbull should not be viewed as a fault or problem.

This article will explore the levels of dog aggression and give you a few tips on how to handle dogs at each level.

For safety's sake, please understand these are not hard and fast rules and some dogs, despite our best efforts, will never change and your handling of them must be adujusted to protect other animals around you.

Finally, dog aggression is completely different and separate from human aggression. A dog aggressive Pit Bull is more times than not extremely friendly towards people. If you have a human aggressive Pit Bull, this dog should be either confined or put to sleep as this is not normal for the breed and is dangerous to the public.

The Levels of Dog Aggression

1. Submissive. At this level the dog shows no or almost no signs of dog aggression. When a submissive dog is met with a challenge they will roll on to their backs and will not respond to attacks or challenges with equal aggression.

If you find yourself with a submissive dog the only suggestion I have is to protect them from other dogs by not allowing other dogs to dominant them or run roughshot over them.

However, if you are allowing new dogs to meet, take precautions that the other dog will not full out attack and harm your dog.

2. Joe-Smoe Dogs. At this level dog aggression is not an issue unless challenged for physically attacked. When challenged or physically attacked the dog will respond with enough aggression to repel the other dog. This is a "generic" level if you will and applies to many breeds.

3. The Happy, Healthy, Normal Pit Bull Terrier. Dog aggression is only displayed when challenged or attacked. They dogs will have to be physically separated with a break stick or by other means.

Pit Bulls at this level always try to make friends when meeting a new dog. However, they are not tolerant of aggressive behavior or displays by the new dog and will react with aggressive behavior towards them.

This is a normal Pit Bull. This is not a crazed dog!

4. Just above Average. Pit Bulls at this level will display aggression towards strange dogs of the same sex quickly while be weary of opposite sex dogs.

If challenged or attacked, they will respond with aggression and must be physically separated in order to stop the fight.

Pit Bulls at this level will accept other dogs of the opposite sex if they are raised together or if the new dog is brought in as a puppy.

5. A Dog Aggressive Pit Bull. Pit Bulls at this level can live with other dogs but will attack any strange dogs. They must be physically separated and fights are serious.

They are okay with puppies, but supervision is required at all times.

Don't think for a minute dog aggression makes your Pit Bull bad. It is normal and it is your job to learn how to manage this common trait of the breed.


6. The Controllable Fool. Highly dog aggressive but can usually live with other dogs if they were raised with them. All other dogs are not welcome and if given the opportunity, a dog at this level will attack any dog within reach.

7. The Uncontrolable Fool. At this level the dog is off-its-rocker and can not be controlled at the sight of another dog. While this level of aggression is not as common as the others it does occur.

A dog at this level should never be left along with any dog for any reason.

Unless you have loads of Pit Bull experience this dog is not recommended for adoption or ownership. They are a danger to animals around them at all times and one must use vigilance to ensure the safety of other dogs.
Tips for Handling the Levels of Aggression

1. No tips recommended. A dog that is submissive is a non-threat. As I mentioned above, take precautions and make sure the other dog is not going to attack your dog and greet them slowly.

2. Take Precautions. At this level of dog aggression your dog will be happy to meet other dogs unless the dog challenges or attacks them. Watch the dogs for signs of stress and aggression.

Stiff legs, hair on their back is rasied, growling, bearing teeth, long intense stares, these are all signs of stress and aggression. If you see them, take the dogs away from one another and try again later.

3. Same as Tip #2. Pay attention for signs of aggression from either dog and separate them if they display one or more of the above signs.

4. Separation. When it comes to strange dogs, I recommend separation at this point in time. In other words, no doggy friends.

If you plan on getting another Pit Bull (not a good idea for the average owner, find out why here) you will want to start by introducing them on neutral ground over several short meetings. If you plan on bringing home a puppy, introduce them to the home slowly and allow monitor your current dogs reactions closely.

5. Complete Separation. Managing a Pit Bull with above average aggression isn't easy. If you have one dog and they are above average I would not bring any other dogs home, including puppies, and I would suggest avoiding other dogs in public.

6. This also applies to 7 too. Same as five but with one exception. I would completely avoid all other dogs, friend or stranger at all times. Never try to meet and greet a super high dog aggressive Pit Bull with any other dog for any reason.

You will be setting yourself and your dog up for a stressful time that might end badly for all involved.

The PitBull and Dog Aggression Conclusion

I've said it many times in this article, dog aggressive Pit Bulls are normal dogs and should be treated as such.

Precautions should always be taken to protect your dog and other dogs from fighting. As a responsible owner it is your job to protect your dog, not theirs. Read that again because so many people don't understand this point of pitbull ownership.

Our dogs are not supposed to "protect themselves" from other dogs. They shouldn't have to. Our job as responsible owners is to ensure our dogs are safe and by using common sense and planning we can avoid 99% of the situations that would cause a situation like a dog fight to occur.

Allowing a normal Pit Bull to scuffle and "protect themself" from trouble only encouarges their dog aggressive behavior and this can result in a dog that while once was normal, is now off the hook dog aggressive. Especially if they come out on top of the situation.

Finally, learning to accept your dogs aggressive behavior is the first step. Your next step is to take the proper steps to manage them safely and keep them safe from harm. Human or animal. Do your job and be their leader and friend.
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Hey that is a great post James.

I have read adn found it interesting that a study was done in springers. There is a comman reoccurance called Springer Rage. Their eyes glaze over and will attack for no reason. The study wen on to say that these dogs were showing low leves of Serotonin. Once the dog was put on this supplement they had decreased outrages.

I started Vendetta on a once a day supplement of Whey Protein. I buy in powder forum at the health food store. She loves it and she has shown no signs of DA. She gets along well with all other dogs even strange dogs she meets. Now will she continue to be like this or not I do not know I'm very watchfull of her when we are out and about but I sure do love her personality right now.

It would be interesting to have some people on this board try this supplement with their dogs that are starting to show DA to see if this supplement would help them. I have to go find the link for the study I was reading.



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Hey that is a great post James.

I have read adn found it interesting that a study was done in springers. There is a comman reoccurance called Springer Rage. Their eyes glaze over and will attack for no reason. The study wen on to say that these dogs were showing low leves of Serotonin. Once the dog was put on this supplement they had decreased outrages.

I started Vendetta on a once a day supplement of Whey Protein. I buy in powder forum at the health food store. She loves it and she has shown no signs of DA. She gets along well with all other dogs even strange dogs she meets. Now will she continue to be like this or not I do not know I'm very watchfull of her when we are out and about but I sure do love her personality right now.

It would be interesting to have some people on this board try this supplement with their dogs that are starting to show DA to see if this supplement would help them. I have to go find the link for the study I was reading.
Please find the link! That is very interesting. Good info both of you!
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This is the one article I read. There are more on the net.http://http://www.essfta.org/Health_...aggression.htm



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This is the one article I read. There are more on the net.http://http://www.essfta.org/Health_...aggression.htm

Maybe this will work Sharon.

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Hey that is a great post James.

I have read adn found it interesting that a study was done in springers. There is a comman reoccurance called Springer Rage. Their eyes glaze over and will attack for no reason. The study wen on to say that these dogs were showing low leves of Serotonin. Once the dog was put on this supplement they had decreased outrages.

I started Vendetta on a once a day supplement of Whey Protein. I buy in powder forum at the health food store. She loves it and she has shown no signs of DA. She gets along well with all other dogs even strange dogs she meets. Now will she continue to be like this or not I do not know I'm very watchfull of her when we are out and about but I sure do love her personality right now.

It would be interesting to have some people on this board try this supplement with their dogs that are starting to show DA to see if this supplement would help them. I have to go find the link for the study I was reading.
Very interesting. So you think extreme DA in some could just be like a mental chemical imbalance, such as in humans with mental disorders? What does the whey protein contain to help with the imbalance?
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Great Read J ~!! I hope all new owners read this from beginning to end ~!
I haven't had a DA dog in 10 years Biggie loved all creatures,sizes, annoying or not... not to say Duece is DA yet but I see the potential for it to arise. Thanks for taking the time to post this its also good for people like myself you haven't had to deal with DA for so long we become a little layed back on the issue unfortunately ... Thanks for the WAKE UP CALL ...

Sharon , Duece is testy .... he's more on the submissive but if provoked look out ...
U know I love anything natural and am always interested in adding to my collection of natural medicines and healings ... so count me in ...
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"3. The Happy, Healthy, Normal Pit Bull Terrier. Dog aggression is only displayed when challenged or attacked. They dogs will have to be physically separated with a break stick or by other means.

Pit Bulls at this level always try to make friends when meeting a new dog. However, they are not tolerant of aggressive behavior or displays by the new dog and will react with aggressive behavior towards them."

Wow, how the public opinion of what a "normal pit bull" has been skewed by the overpopulation of pet bull types in the past 30 years. If normal, happy, healthy pit bull dogs only reacted when confronted or attacked, well, that would make for a lot of slow starts and embarrassment. Dogs going to have to cross the line sooner or later without provocation. (because that's how it works in the real world)
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