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    DOG AGGRESSION:FIGHTING

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    In this video lecture, Dr. Ian Dunbar addresses one of the most worrying behavior problems any dog owner can face - dogs that fight. Dealing effectively with canine aggression necessitates a comprehensive understand of its underlying causes. In his characteristically entertaining and enlightening style, Dr. Dunbar offers a thoughtful analysis of why dogs fight, outlining a variety of common-sense preventative measures and practical remedial training techniques.

    Topics include: The causes of dog-dog aggression in the context of pack hierarchy. How to assess whether a dog has a serious and dangerous fighting problem or whether he is just prone to frequent squabbling. How castration defuses aggressive encounters. How to set up a remedial "Growl Class". How to use precise timing, praise and reprimands to reduce and phase out aggression and build up a dog's confidence and social savvy.