Dog aggression is not for amateurs to cure, but should be left to a fully accredited dog behaviourists to handle. Dog aggression requires a high level of expertise, knowledge and understanding before any attempts be made to rectify it.

Dog aggression has lots of supporting triggers. These triggers have to be determined and acted on or dog owners could easily make things worse or prevent a reduction of the dog aggression, resulting in court action or even worse.

Get professional guidance from a professional

It’s so important that dog aggression is professionally diagnosed, otherwise implementing the wrong techniques could dramatically worsen the intensity of the aggression being displayed.  

Collating as much information about your dogs aggression is so important.  I  will you to fill out a psychological profiling and history taking form. This helps me to identify the supporting triggers and circumstances that encourage the dog aggression.

Seeing gives a true understanding

I always want to see the intensity and actual behaviours being displayed to other dogs. This is so I can correctly diagnose the dog aggression. I will then with complete honesty, transparency and understanding give you an accurate understanding of the realistic chances of stopping, reducing and managing the problem. (No false hopes will be given.)

Dog aggression can be complex

Stopping dog on dog aggression requires a high level of confidence to assert your authority and take the decision making away from the dog. Don’t worry I will teach you the skills and provide the understanding to do this. The techniques I teach are very affective when applied correctly and at the right time. But patience is going to be needed

There are different types of dog aggression, whether it be towards other dogs that live within the same household or out on the dog walk.  Listed  below are various dog aggression types we get to called to help with.

Dominance aggression

Where a dog will impose themselves onto another dog positively, often not allowing that dog to escape and keep them pinned down as one example.

Fear aggression

A dog can often look positive, but will freeze up tremendously and initiate a attack onto another dog through fear. Nearly all dog to dog aggression cases a fear related.

Inter male aggression

This has a form of dominance to it, where a male dog on sniffing another will become aggressive.