I have been a dog trainer for over twenty-five years now…

Yikes, I feel old saying that! ?  But it’s true…

And I mention this because I have to admit: what I believed was true about dog aggression at 20 versus 45 years of age has changed… a LOT!

I have trained police dogs… worked in a bite suit… and seen the purest forms of dog aggression.  With so much experience that I now see the very subtle changes in a dog’s countenance and behavior right before he bites.

So much that the hairs on the back of my neck stand up when I see certain changes in a dog’s behavior…

… Changes that my coworkers in veterinary medicine never notice.

I remember about a year ago, a two-year-old Cane Corso came to our clinic.  I was the “room tech” so I greeted him and his mom, put them in a room, and discussed what he was due for that year.  The dog was…

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