Why Dogs Attack

I just recently found this great video regarding why dogs attack.

I found it very educational and I hope you will too. It explained a lot for me.

If you are an owner like some of the owners they talk about in this video I hope you will consider following the guidelines they give here. If your dog is too old for socializing then please consider a heavy duty dog crate instead of keeping your dog at the end of a chain.

Pay close attention to the numbers folks. You will be surprised I think. I know I was.

You will see Pit Bulls and Rots in a whole new light.

WARNING: There are some graphic pictures in this video of dog attack victims.


I hope you enjoyed the video Dr. Ian Dunbar on Why Dogs Attack. If any of this information relates to you and your pet I hope you will heed his advice and start immediately to protect your pet, yourself and your fellow humans.

“She is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are her life, her love, her leader. She will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of her heart. You owe it to her to be worthy of such devotion.”  ~~Unknown

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5 Responses to “Why Dogs Attack”

  1. Bark Off Reviews says:

    As a completely new puppy owner I love all the knowledge here. I really want my dog to be properly trained and have a wholesome environment to live in. Many thanks for the information.

  2. Bill Beavers Dog Crates says:

    Congrats on your new puppy. Appreciate your visit to my blog and your comment. Don’t forget to crate train that puppy! See my post at http://www.downhomepets.com/domestic-pets/dogs/dog-crate-training-dogs-domestic-pets/crate-training-a-dog/ for more information. Thanks again.

  3. Dogs attack for a lot of reasons, many of them stemming from a lack of training. You need to socialize your dog at a young age to prevent aggression from fear and dominance.

  4. Matt, I couldn’t agree more in fact I have said that more than once here on this blog. It is sometimes difficult for some folks to take responsibility.

  5. ray ban solglasögon says:

    This is a very interesting topic. The most intersecting thing is that all scientific explanation of purring are weak at the best. The truth is that this behavior is a mystery, it has no apparent reason, but evolution has not dropped it. Cats are one of the most mysterious animal on the planet and they have choose us as companions. That’s a thing that makes me think.

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