How often does your dog demonstrate disobedience and ignore your commands?
Does it happen that your dog starts growling when having a meal?
If someone tries to steal his food
Did you manage to teach the dog to sleep in one place?
No, there's no point in trying
Yes, but it was hard
Yes, it was easy
What will be if someone tries to take a toy away from your dog?
She'll never give it up
It depends who will take it away
Most probably, he'll give up without conflicts
Do you walk with your pet in crowded places?
No, he pushes and behaves aggressively
Crowded places don’t fit us, but a couple of people are not a problem
Yes, no problems
Was your dog sterilized or castrated at an early age?
How often do you scold your pet?
Does your dog try to threaten you or your family by growling, barking, etc.?
Rarely, when something annoys her
What mood do you usually have when going for a walk with the pet?
Which pose does your dog usually takу when communicating?
Yes, your dog is dominant
Dominant dogs are more aggressive, and they should feel they are the king and will try to prove their leadership throughout the time. So your dog also stands on his or her hind legs, behaves unkindly towards people and animals around. Both threats (pose, bared teeth, growling) and direct attack (bites) indicate this. One of the best methods, which can be used to prevent the dominant behavior in your pet, is to be generous with caress, praise, delicacies for good conduct and obedience. If our little brother behaveы disobediently, you still shouldn’t shout at him/her, let alone resort to the rough stuff. Also, remember that you shouldn’t feed your four-footed friend from the table and let him or her beg for food, as well as climb on furniture. In a word, set limits for the pet and let him/her understand that this is right and necessary to make him/her behave properly, and not only for the sake of praise or treats. Share this quiz with friends. Do they have problems with pets?
No cause for concern
Perhaps, sometimes your dog shows the signs of aggression but there are no reasons to talk about dominant behavior. She/he’s still quite obedient and behaves calmly if there are no irritators. It can be that your pet behaves like this to protect the “native land” and shows supremacy only within his/her territory, in his/her home or yard. And stepping out, for example, to the park, she/he becomes a great companion. In any case, one of the best methods, which can be used to prevent the dominant behavior in your pet, is to be generous with caress, praise, a delicacy for good conduct and obedience. Share this quiz with friends. Do they have problems with pets?