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  1. "He Just Wants to Say 'Hi'"

    Sitting quietly on the mall bench beside my husband, I was minding my own business when the man approached. I glanced up as the man sat next to me. He was a bit close for my comfort, so I edged a little closer to my husband who, busy reading a book, ignored me. Still feeling a bit uncomfortable with the strange man so close, I then turned my head slightly away from him, politely indicating I was not interested in any interaction. To my horror, the man leaned over me and began licking my neck whi ...

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  2. Aggression & Some Reasons Behind It

    Understanding why a dog might feel the need to act aggressively, and recognizing the early signs in the dog's body language. ...

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  3. Aggression Basics

    A brief look at the causes of aggression, and how to begin sorting out what's what. ...

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  4. AGGRESSION: A Case History with Harry T

    A look at a troubled relationship and the problems for both dog & handler revolving around on-lead aggression. Harry T's unusual perspective on this common problem may surprise you! ...

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  5. Dog is in the Details

    One trainer wrote: "A dog who puts its feet on you, a dog who seems to like pinning you down in your chair with its head on your lap is not being affectionate but rather treating you like a member of the pack that can be pushed, stepped on, and held down. Dr. Karen Overall warns that such signs should be read for what they are. Dominance aggression in an overt form should come as no sudden surprise if this kind of behavior has been observed in the past." ...

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  6. Handling On-lead Aggression

    A common behavior problems, on-lead aggression involves the handler & unintentional training. Here's how to resolve the problem without using aggression of your own. ...

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  7. That Darned Dominance Debate

    Dog trainers often have a very hard time clearly defining what they mean by "dominance." Many oddly state that they refuse to "even believe" in the concept, as if it were something equivalent to extraterrestial life forms or leprechauns. I find this puzzling, and a bit disturbing, perhaps because in my view, this "I won't even believe in that!" approach doesn't speak to any thoughtful examination of a complex and sometimes emotionally charged topic. ...

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