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This is a guide about solutions for dog on dog aggression. Dog on dog aggression is a common issue for pet owners. This aggressive behavior can be the result of several factors.
Start taking your new puppy to a Doggy Park now. You have plenty of happy days ahead of reading in the park as your dog runs free, gets plenty of exercise, and socializes with other dogs. My time there lets me catch up on correspondence. I read my magazines and good books without bother.
I think I started taking my dog to Dog Parks too early. Now it's the only thing she really wants to do. and When she's at the park she plays so rough. (She's the Black & White one).
All breeds of dogs; in all situations. Where? How do you do this when there is no dog parks in my city. Friends don't have dogs and the only neighbor I know that has dogs (3) that stay outside. Now days most people work and it's hard to get to know your neighbors. I take my dog on walks and seldom ever see anyone walking a dog. I do take him in Pet Stores when I shop there. Take him on vacation and out of town to visit relatives and friends. Other than those things most days it's just my dog and me. I'd like to him others suggestions on how to socialize.
Socializing your dog doesn't mean bringing Fido to a tea party with the ladies... it means being a responsible pet owner and teaching your dog to be calm and confident in any situation.
Spend lots of time playing with your dog, starting from when it is a puppy. The more time you spend with your dog, the happier it will be and the friendlier it will be with other people.
Your dog needs to be socialized from the time you make him/ her part of the family. If you have them around different age groups and other home pets, you will have a friendly dog.