Most dog aggression can be successfully treated and managed.
Aggression is defined as a threat or attack that is directed to one or more individuals.
Signs of aggression may be visual (changes in body posture, hair rising up),
auditory (barking, growling, snarling) and may involve the use of teeth, occasionally claws.
Different forms of aggression are known. It is therefore critical to diagnose the exact type of aggression and its “triggers”.
Success is no coincidence, it takes :