Handling an adopted dog with aggression issues
Aggression is one of the most frequent problem behaviors that comes up in both adult dogs and puppies. This concern is not limited to shelter dogs, and it can put other animals and humans at risk of injury.
FamilyEducation.com reports that signs of aggression including nipping, biting and growling. The Humane Society recommends bringing your dog to a vet to make sure the aggression does not stem from a medical condition. From here, you can take precautionary measures, such as using a muzzle while out or working with a certified trainer to instill good behavior.
However, these superficial remedies may not heal your pet from any underlying internal trauma. Speaking to a psychic who specializes in communicating with pets can help you bring your animal companion true peace, which can in turn minimize aggressive behavior. Psychic readings can help you learn more about how to provide your pet the care he or she needs.
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