Dogs Aren’t Aggressive or Dominant—Are They? (Part Three )

Are aggressive and fearful behaviors unconditionally bad? Ethologist Roger Abrantes, PhD., and Michael McManus, CAAE, Ethology Institute Graduate, explore how owners and trainers inadvertently teach dogs to be aggressive and the price we must pay to have the dogs we seem to desire.

🎬 This is part three of four.

📖 For references and further studies, please see: Canine BehaviorAgonistic Behavior, and Ethology.

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