Blog Posts - Dog Aggression

Best Dog Products – 10 MUST HAVE Supplies For Your Dogs

For most dog owners it could be pretty hard to understand which are the required supplies for their dogs (especially at the beginning). That’s why we will try covering this topic and show you the best dog products that every dog or puppy owner...
by Dog Training Kingdom on Dec 3, 2016

Bark Control Collars. How to Stop Excessive Dog Barking?

Bark control collars are great tools for dogs that bark excessively. While some barking is natural and healthy, dogs that can’t seem to control their barking may benefit from collars designed to control their urge to yap. Excessive dog barking...
by Dog Training Kingdom on May 26, 2016

Dog food aggression and how to cope with it?

Pet owners must have noticed their dog snarl or growl when any other dog or even you approach it when it is eating. This is actually known as dog food aggression . Our Dog Training Kingdom team has seen different levels of this aggression. We manage...
by Dog Training Kingdom on Apr 12, 2016

My Dog Shows Hyper Aggression Towards Other Animals - What Might Be The Reason?

Most common complain by dog owners about their dogs is over aggression. Although I have already talked a bulk about dog aggression in this blog viz. Why Dogs Become Aggressive, Understanding Dog Attacks and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder in Dogs, yet...
by Information about dogs on Dec 21, 2015

Canine Nutrigenomics – The New Science of Feeding Your Dog for Optimum Health by W. Jean Dodds, Diana R. Laverdure

A wonderfully comprehensive (mostly) look at the budding science of nutrigenomics for dogs -though just as easily applicable to us humans! Dodds covers a lot of ground in this book, looking at how nutrition effects the expression of genes (epigenetic...
by Epic Book Quest on Nov 3, 2015

Bark and Lunge: Saving My Dog from Training Mistakes by Kari Neumeyer

For Kari Neumeyer, it was love at first sight when she first laid eyes on the German Shepherd puppy she would come to call Isis… With dreams of a loving and loyal best friend, Kari and Rob take the plunge into the exciting world of new dog owne...
by Epic Book Quest on Sep 3, 2015

New Giveaway: Bark and Lunge by Kari Neumeyer

September Giveaway Win a SIGNED copy of Bark and Lunge by Kari Neumeyer!  How do you make sure the dog you love never bites anyone (again)? Kari and Rob are as devoted to their German shepherd puppy, Isis, as two dog parents can be. Kari’s the dis...
by Epic Book Quest on Sep 1, 2015

Dog fear aggression and training how to handle it

You must have observed that your dog can get aggressive when it is frightened. This behavior is called dog fear aggression. Growling, tail tucked between the legs and ears pulled back are the signs of dog fear aggression . People may confuse dog fear...
by Dog Training Kingdom on Jul 31, 2015

TLC Book Tours: Short Leash by Janice Gary

I received this book from TLC Book Tours in exchange for an honest review. When I first read the description of this book, I was hooked. I have two rescue dogs, both of whom have been attacked by other dogs prior to us having them. So I knew from the...
by The Book Whee on Dec 17, 2013

Intersex Aggression in Dobermans

A big huge flag in the Doberman community is when a male puppy is sold to people with another male dog in the household already. Why?Well, the stories say that Dobermans can be same sex aggressive. Two males, two females, there is a chance that when...
by The Elka Almanac on Nov 22, 2013

Dog Bites Two People In One Day

As a dog owner, you are responsible for your dog.  Most people know what their dog is capable of and see the warning signs way before an event occurs.  Their lives are “just too busy” or they choose to ignore it or they don’t know...
by Jim Hodges Dog Training on Aug 20, 2013

A Dog Parent Learns About the Signs of Dog Aggression

Sometimes we walk our dogs on the Centennial Trail.  Rodrigo and Blue love seeing people, especially the cyclists and joggers and cry and bark when they go by us; and I’m ashamed to say that sometimes they lunge at people too – there is...
by Keep the Tail Wagging on Mar 13, 2013


Meningioma within CaninesMeningiomaMeningioma in Texas, USA  is actually the most prevalent human brain tumour within pet dogs. That affects a process associated with walls in which envelops as their pharmicudical counterpart and also verte...
by Dogs on Jan 18, 2013

What Triggers Dog Aggression?

What triggers dog aggression? This is a question that any dog owner will ask themselves at some point as every dog will have moments where it will show it is unhappy by barking, growling, or even nipping at another dog or person. By understanding wha...
by Petanim on Oct 11, 2012

Practical Tips On Controling Dog Aggression

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by Yorkie Housetraining on Jul 9, 2012

Ask the Dog Trainer: Socializing After Learned Dog Aggression

by Michael Baugh CPDT-KSA, CDBC © courtesy p.l. Meet Sam Dear Michael: I recently adopted a rescue dog called Sam.  He is an eight year old cross breed the size of a large Alsatian.  I was told he was an Alsatian/boxer cross ...
by All Things Dog Blog on May 8, 2012

All About Dogs | Dog Aggression

Dog aggression is a huge reason for many dogs being left in shelters! Siobahn asked a question regarding her 2 1/2 year old Boxer who has recently began showing dog aggression after never showing the problem before. “we have a 2 1/2 year old bo...
by LoveAble Furballs on Feb 5, 2012

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