What To Do If Your Dog Is Aggressive Toward You

Vet checkups help rule out pain, neurological conditions contributing to aggression triggers.

Address Health Issues

Note contexts, actions and stimuli that consistently precede aggressive outbursts. 

Look For Triggers  

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 Expert Consultation   

Use basket-style muzzles to keep interactions with others safe amid retraining.  

Muzzle When Needed

Temporarily using anxiety medicine or natural calming aids can take the edge off.  

Medication Options

 Reward calm, polite behavior using treats and praise to motivate change.

Positive Reinforcement  

Do not physically punish or attempt to "dominate" an aggressive dog.  

 Safety First  

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