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Rescue & adopted dogs
Anxiety, fear, & aggression
Child/pet interactions
Did you know?

A frequently handled puppy is not only less apt to be aggressive when they reach adulthood, they are healthier and happier too.





What causes dogs to be aggressive?
There are many factors:

  • Poor breeding
  • Lack of proper socialization
  • Poor adoption placement
  • Lack of confident leader
  • Lack of proper structure
  • Abuse
  • Fear or lack of confidence
  • Can an aggressive dog be turned around?

    In many cases, yes. But it will take alot of work.

    For alot of us, dogs are a very important part of lives. Dogs need training, socialization, boundaries, and good breeding. Preventing aggression is our goal. However when aggression is present in your dog, whatever the cause, we are here to help.

    For information on our classes for dogs who are aggressive with other dogs, click here.

    Anxiety & Fear

    Fear and/or anxiety can manifest some of the most problematic behaviors in dogs. For instance, destructive behavior to themselves, to your house, or your things, biting, unwanted elimination, barking, escaping, and the list can go on.

    With the wrong techniques these behaviors get worse, not better...too many corrections, focusing on the "behavior" & not the cause. Confidence is the solution.

    Fortunately for many dog owners, this is one of the many things that we specialize in. Jeff has years of experience, not just working with, but successfully solving fear and anxiety problems in dogs.

    We work with dogs like these every day. Don't wait until things get worse or beyond repair. Contact us today.



    Email: jtinsley@soundanimals.com


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