New Jersey Dog Aggression Training & Behavior Consulting
DetailsJersey Shore Dogs' effective dog aggression training helps improve on a dog’s existing issues, allowing owners to manage such behaviors and enjoy a happier life with their dog.
There are numerous causes of dog aggression with genes, heredity, and improper (or lack of) socialization during a puppy’s developmental stage (8-18 weeks of age) playing big parts. Hormones can also play a role if you have an unneutered male or female in heat. Aggression can also build if the dog has been (or is currently) abused or deals with excessive physical punishment, either from humans or even another dog.
Jersey Shore Dogs specializes in advanced problem solving cases including dogs with fear, aggression (towards humans or other dogs), resource guarding, severe anxiety (separation or otherwise), and compulsion disorders. We’ve worked with many dogs that other trainers have deemed “untrainable”, and dogs whose owners were considering euthanasia because they were told he or she was “too far gone”.
Our force-free dog training methods are based on animal behavior learning theory and have been scientifically proven to have greater success and fewer negative consequences than dangerous methods involving force, pain, fear, or intimidation. While not all severe behavior issues are a quick fix, many are easily modifiable as long as you (the owner) remain consistent and diligent with the training protocols we provide. Our individualized behavior modification plan will help you greatly improve on your dog’s existing issues, allow you to manage such behaviors and enjoy a happier, less stressful future with your dog.