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Aggression In Dog

Dominant aggression in dog is usually directed towards another dog of the same sex. It is much more of a problem in males than females, and is most likely to take place when the dog is on its own territory. Some dogs are simply unsocialized social misfits, but more often the problem is sex-hormone-related. Neutering at a young age reduces this behavior in most male dogs. Dog Aggression   SIGNS OF AGGRESSION Eye contact You should intervene the moment your dog makes eye contact with a potential adversary. A raised tail and intense concentration are indicators that a fight...

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Dog Leading Another Blind Dog

Lily is a Great Dane that has been blind since a bizarre medical condition required that she have both eyes removed. For the last 5 years, Maddison, another Great Dane, has been her sight. The two are, of course,...

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Is the Pit Bull the Most Dangerous Dog Breed? The Surprising Truth!

It is widely believed that the Pit Bull is the most dangerous dog breed due to its strength and its reputation for aggressive and vicious behavior. However, a breed is not born vicious, and studies have shown that the environment a dog is raised in plays a significant part in the development of their personality. It has also been proven that the owners of Pit Bulls are considered ‘high risk’ people. Therefore, an owner that is hot tempered and aggressive themselves will most likely raise a Pit Bull with a similar temperament than an owner who has raised their Pit Bull in a loving and gentle manner. However, though Pit Bulls now have a reputation for being the most dangerous breed, this was not always the case. In the 1900’s and particularly throughout World War I Pit Bulls were used on army recruitment posters as mascots for the American military. They were chosen to represent America because of their strength, bravery and loyalty. The Pit Bull breed was so respected and loved by the soldiers in the American army that they promoted a Pit Bull to the position of Sergeant due to its participation in the war. This war dog was named Sergeant Stubby, and he was the most decorated war dog to have served in the U.S military. Sergent Stubby was used to warn soldiers of incoming attacks...

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Can Dogs Smell Cancer and Low Blood Sugar? Exciting Experiments On Dogs.

Exciting Experiments On Dogs: Dogs Can Smell Cancer, Diabetes, and Low Blood Sugar Level on Human Body. Every year we hear of new studies that universities and medical institutes are undertaking to determine whether or not dogs can smell cancer and low blood sugar in humans. Some studies have concluded that because a dog’s sense of smell is so much stronger than humans that they can, in fact, detect certain changes to a person’s body. A dog’s nose has twenty-five times more smell receptors than we do and their olfactory cortex is forty times larger than that of humans. Also...

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