Dogs show exceptional loyalty to their owners in several ways. One example is by staying with the owner at home or even traveling with him. A dog that dislikes its owner may also stay away. The ones that dislike their owner often show this disliking by not coming or not performing well. Yet other breeds have no issue staying with their owners.
This is quite astonishing when you consider that dogs show this lack of enthusiasm without their owner ever having to do or say anything. These dogs, called the ‘wild dogs’, generally stay with their owner whether his mood is good or bad. The dog is just naturally inclined to stay with its owner. Sometimes a dog with no issues does well in agility training or in the agility course. The same is true with the obedience course.
One way to determine if the dog is wild is by observing whether it likes the owner. A dog that simply stands by its owner may be a wild dog. You will need to observe this dog to determine if it is wild or not. If the dog does not like its owner, the dog will do the wrong thing. It may begin to chase the cats or other pets, it may begin to do the wrong things in the house. The same is true with strangers. The wild dogs not liking their owner is quite an unusual occurrence. You will need to identify whether this is the case or not. You may have to spend time and money to get your dog properly trained.
Many people think that the dog is wild because it shows aggression towards a person. This is very common. It is important to look at why the dog is showing aggressive behavior towards a person. The wild dog does not want the person to enter the premises. A wild dog also usually does not like children entering the premises.
It may likewise want to fight people if there are small children in the house. The dog may also be wild because it is territorial. The wild dogs do not like people coming into the house and they may growl and show aggression as a means of protecting the house. The dog may also be wild if the owner is not properly trained to handle a dog.
Many people think that the dog is wild because it shows aggression towards other dogs. While this may be true on occasion, this is not usually the case. The dog just does not like other dogs entering the premises. This is not a form of aggression. The wild dog is just showing aggressive behavior towards strangers and other dogs.
What is more, a dog that is properly trained to behave decently is far less likely to be aggressive towards strangers and other dogs. It is important to look at why the dog is aggressive towards other dogs. Training does help.
If you have a properly trained dog, you will not find it aggressive towards other dogs. It is important to remember the training and take it very seriously. A properly trained dog is one that can be relied upon to obey commands and behave appropriately when there are visitors at the door.