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Thursday, 5 January 2012

NEUROTIC ROLE : The vicious dog

The more I see of humans, The more I love Dogs


Dogs aren't born vicious unless they are mentally unbalanced. The vicious dog isn't necessarily a nervous or neurotic dog. Usually his viciousness is a result of his early environment rather than being hereditary. Viciousness per se is rare; animal acts of violence are rare. It is not inborn for a dog to fight without provocation - to fight for his life, his mate, his possessions, his young or his human family.

Even German shepherds and Dobermans trained for guard duty or for armed forced  services have to be taught to attack, and some of them can't be induced to bite, regardless of training.

When dogs run in packs, they tend to revert to the call of the wild and become vicious. One way of reducing the risk of your pet becoming wild and vicious is to keep it from joining the pack. With security in numbers, dogs have much bravado and will attack other animals and even humans. Such dogs are dangerous.

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