Dog Behaviour Guides

Last updated: 22 Dec, 2021 04:37pm

Download a pdf version of our dog behaviour guides, which offer useful information of taking care of your pet.

Note: These brochures are intended to provide general information only. Specific problems should be referred to an appropriately qualified person. This material may not be published, copied, broadcast, rewritten, or distributed.

Guides: Managing your dog’s behaviour

Avoid being the victim of a dog attack

Avoid Being the Victim of a Dog Attack

This guide includes:

  • How to recognise aggressive behaviour.
  • How to defuse aggressive behaviour.
  • Facial expressions of a dog from normal to attack stage.

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Barking as a result of boredom

Boredom

This guide includes:

  • How to recognise aggressive behaviour.
  • How to defuse aggressive behaviour.
  • Facial expressions of a dog from normal to attack stage.

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Barking as a result of contact seeking

Contact This guide includes:

  • How to recognise aggressive behaviour.
  • How to defuse aggressive behaviour.
  • Facial expressions of a dog from normal to attack stage.

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Barking as a result of learned behaviour

Learned This guide includes:

  • How to recognise aggressive behaviour.
  • How to defuse aggressive behaviour.
  • Facial expressions of a dog from normal to attack stage.

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Barking as a result of separation anxiety
Separation

This guide includes:

  • How to recognise aggressive behaviour.
  • How to defuse aggressive behaviour.
  • Facial expressions of a dog from normal to attack stage.

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Barking as a result of territorial defence
Defence This guide includes:

  • How to recognise aggressive behaviour.
  • How to defuse aggressive behaviour.
  • Facial expressions of a dog from normal to attack stage.

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Dominant behaviour
Dominant
This guide includes:

  • How to recognise aggressive behaviour.
  • How to defuse aggressive behaviour.
  • Facial expressions of a dog from normal to attack stage.

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Heat Stress
Heatstress

This guide includes:

  • How to recognise aggressive behaviour.
  • How to defuse aggressive behaviour.
  • Facial expressions of a dog from normal to attack stage.

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House training
Housetraining

This guide includes:

  • How to recognise aggressive behaviour.
  • How to defuse aggressive behaviour.
  • Facial expressions of a dog from normal to attack stage.

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If your dog fouls in a public place, please clean it up
Fouling

This guide includes:

  • How to recognise aggressive behaviour.
  • How to defuse aggressive behaviour.
  • Facial expressions of a dog from normal to attack stage.

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Neutering
Neurering

This guide includes:

  • How to recognise aggressive behaviour.
  • How to defuse aggressive behaviour.
  • Facial expressions of a dog from normal to attack stage.

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Setting the groundwork for successful puppy training
Puppytraining

This guide includes:

  • How to recognise aggressive behaviour.
  • How to defuse aggressive behaviour.
  • Facial expressions of a dog from normal to attack stage.

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Territorial Aggression: You, the Dog Owner

Territorialaggression

This guide includes:

  • How to recognise aggressive behaviour.
  • How to defuse aggressive behaviour.
  • Facial expressions of a dog from normal to attack stage.

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The control of dogs

Control

This guide includes:

  • How to recognise aggressive behaviour.
  • How to defuse aggressive behaviour.
  • Facial expressions of a dog from normal to attack stage.

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Your dog and a new baby

Newbaby

This guide includes:

  • How to recognise aggressive behaviour.
  • How to defuse aggressive behaviour.
  • Facial expressions of a dog from normal to attack stage.

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