DOG AGGRESSION TRAINING PHOENIX

DOG AGGRESSION TRAINING PHOENIX

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Phoenix Dog Training Certified Canine Behaviorist Will Bangura, CAB-ICB, CBCC-KA, CPDT-KA, FFCP

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Welcome to the definitive resource for Dog Aggression Training in Phoenix.
Confronting aggression in dogs can be a complex, often daunting task. That’s why we offer targeted, evidence-based strategies designed to effectively curb aggressive behavior. Led by professionals with extensive experience in canine behavioral issues, our Phoenix-centered approach employs the latest science-backed techniques. From leash aggression to territoriality and resource guarding, discover how our specialized training solutions can restore peace and bring positive, lasting change to your household—all within the community of Phoenix, Arizona.

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Dog aggression Training Phoenix

Dog Aggression Training Phoenix

We have the Number #1 Dog Aggression Training in Phoenix. The only thing more challenging than dog aggression training and rehabilitation is fearful dog training. most dog aggression is based on fear.  dogs when aggressive have gone into a “fight or flight” response.  This only happens when a dog views something or someone as a threat.  That’s fear.

At Phoenix Dog Training we have a  Dog Behavior Consultant who specializes in Dog Aggression Training in Phoenix, behavior modification, and dog aggression rehabilitation.

When looking for  Dog Aggression Training in Phoenix you want to make sure the dog trainer you are working with is also a “REAL” dog behaviorist who specializes in Dog Aggression Training, behavior modification, and rehabilitation.

Phoenix Dog Training works with and is referred by many Veterinarians in the Phoenix Arizona Metro to help owners with their aggressive dogs.  We specialize in Dog Aggression Training in Phoenix and throughout Arizona and the United States. 


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This dog was saved from euthanasia, being put down, when another trainer and a veterinarian told this dog owner that there was nothing that could be done to rehabilitate this dog’s aggression.  

PLEASE, BEFORE YOU PUT YOUR DOG DOWN, CONTACT US

WE CAN HELP WHERE OTHERS CAN’T

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Certified Canine Behaviorists are highly educated professionals holding a Ph.D. or Master's Degree in Behavioral Science or related fields. They possess extensive experience in addressing a wide range of canine behavior issues, with specialized expertise in aggression, anxiety, fears, phobias, reactivity, and separation anxiety. Behaviorists utilize their advanced education and practical experience to identify the root causes of behavior problems. They develop comprehensive behavior modification plans tailored to each dog's unique needs, ensuring effective and humane treatment. Whether your dog is exhibiting severe aggression, experiencing anxiety, or displaying any other behavioral issues, our certified behaviorists are equipped to help. They provide science-based, evidence-driven approaches to modify and improve your dog's behavior, ensuring a better quality of life for both you and your pet.

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DOG AGGRESSION TRAINING PHOENIX

FEAR AGGRESSION

Is your dog fear aggressive?

Dog Aggression Training Phoenix Fear Aggression

Q: What is the most common type of dog aggression?

A: Fear aggression is the most common type of dog aggression. Despite other forms of aggression, all dog aggression is based on fear. No dog goes into fight or flight without perceiving a threat, real or imagined. Fear of a threat might be real or imagined by the dog. 

Fear aggression is severe, unpredictable, and requires intervention as soon as possible. 

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AGGRESSION TOWARDS HUMANS

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DO YOU HAVE AN AGGRESSIVE DOG WITH A BITE HISTORY?

All of our Dog Aggression Training in Phoenix starts with an in-depth one to two-hour Behaviorist Assessment and Evaluation.  We will want copies of your dog’s complete medical record and history at the time of the assessment. 

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DOG-ON-DOG AGGRESSION

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Do You Have a Dog that is Aggressive to Other Dogs?

Heartbreaking.  That is the word I often hear when I talk with a dog owner with two or more family dogs that are fighting.  “Intra-dog aggression” is what we call it when dogs within the same home have dog aggression towards each other.

Perhaps your dog’s aggression problem is that your dog is aggressive towards other dogs on walks, at the dog park, or with other friends or other family members’ dogs.

As with dogs with Human Aggression, our Dog Aggression Phoenix Behavior Program starts with an in-depth Behavior Evaluation and Assessment that lasts approximately two hours.  You will need to be sure and have your dog’s full medical record available for our Dog Behaviorist to review at the time of your appointment.

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FOOD AGGRESSION – RESOURCE GUARDING

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Do You have a Dog that is food-aggressive or Resource GUARDING?

Some dogs’ aggression will show up as resource guarding, food aggression, or toy aggression.  Does your dog growl or lunge, or even bite when you come near your dog when it has a bone, toy, food, or other items in its mouth or nearby?

Never try to take anything away from an aggressive dog.  There is a high likelihood of getting a dog bite.  Our Harvard Educated Dog Behaviorist will explain our approach to Dog Aggression Training, Food Aggression, and Resource Guarding. 

Our Dog Aggression Training in Phoenix is a no-conflict force-free approach to dog aggression rehabilitation and dog aggression behavior modification.

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Certified Canine Behaviorists are highly educated professionals holding a Ph.D. or Master's Degree in Behavioral Science or related fields. They possess extensive experience in addressing a wide range of canine behavior issues, with specialized expertise in aggression, anxiety, fears, phobias, reactivity, and separation anxiety. Behaviorists utilize their advanced education and practical experience to identify the root causes of behavior problems. They develop comprehensive behavior modification plans tailored to each dog's unique needs, ensuring effective and humane treatment. Whether your dog is exhibiting severe aggression, experiencing anxiety, or displaying any other behavioral issues, our certified behaviorists are equipped to help. They provide science-based, evidence-driven approaches to modify and improve your dog's behavior, ensuring a better quality of life for both you and your pet.

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TERRITORIAL AGGRESSION

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Do You have a Dog that has territorial aggression?

Dog Aggression Training Phoenix also works with territorial aggression.  with territorial aggression, dogs can become aggressive in any territory, the property, a bed, couch, room, or crate aggression.  I always get calls about a boyfriend, girlfriend, husband, or wife who has an aggressive dog when one of them goes into bed.  This is just one example of territorial aggression. 

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DOMINANCE AGGRESSION

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Does your dog have dominance aggression?

Dominance aggression is very rare.  Let me say that again. Dominance Aggression is very rare.  Dominance Aggression is the most over-diagnosed and misunderstood form of dog aggression.  Dogs, by nature, ARE NOT DOMINANT.  There is no canine conspiracy to dominate humans, first of all.  Most labeled dominant dogs are just unruly dogs with little to no training and little to no training in manners.  A dog that is a truly dominant aggressive dog has total confidence and absolutely no anxiety or fear related to their aggression.  Our Dog Aggression Training Phoenix Program does deal with true dominance aggression. Usually, dogs with dominance aggression will have a bite history but not always.  


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Certified Behaviorist Consultation Request Form

Certified Canine Behaviorists are highly educated professionals holding a Ph.D. or Master's Degree in Behavioral Science or related fields. They possess extensive experience in addressing a wide range of canine behavior issues, with specialized expertise in aggression, anxiety, fears, phobias, reactivity, and separation anxiety. Behaviorists utilize their advanced education and practical experience to identify the root causes of behavior problems. They develop comprehensive behavior modification plans tailored to each dog's unique needs, ensuring effective and humane treatment. Whether your dog is exhibiting severe aggression, experiencing anxiety, or displaying any other behavioral issues, our certified behaviorists are equipped to help. They provide science-based, evidence-driven approaches to modify and improve your dog's behavior, ensuring a better quality of life for both you and your pet.

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Certified Canine Behaviorists are highly educated professionals holding a Ph.D. or Master's Degree in Behavioral Science or related fields. They possess extensive experience in addressing a wide range of canine behavior issues, with specialized expertise in aggression, anxiety, fears, phobias, reactivity, and separation anxiety. Behaviorists utilize their advanced education and practical experience to identify the root causes of behavior problems. They develop comprehensive behavior modification plans tailored to each dog's unique needs, ensuring effective and humane treatment. Whether your dog is exhibiting severe aggression, experiencing anxiety, or displaying any other behavioral issues, our certified behaviorists are equipped to help. They provide science-based, evidence-driven approaches to modify and improve your dog's behavior, ensuring a better quality of life for both you and your pet.

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