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Sibling Rivalry In Dogs

Jun 2nd 2015 at 12:23 AM

Dogs are pack animals and even with domestication, they still possess distinct behaviors and observe a social hierarchy very similar to their ancestors that lived in the wild, and their closest cousin, the wolf.

Pet dogs are more secure and comfortable living in a household where they are fully aware of their rank in the social hierarchy of the pack. Pet owners should establish their dominance so their dogs will look up to them as the alpha leader.

If you have a multi-dog household, you may have noticed that one of the dogs is more confident than the others. This dog is likely to be more assertive and curious than the rest of the dogs. The more aggressive and outgoing dog is trying to assume a leadership role while the others become submissive followers. Since this dog will try to wrestle the pack leadership from you, you should take steps to curtail his behavior and put him in his proper place.

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Sibling Rivalry In Dogs

Aug 11th 2015 at 12:54 AM

Dogs are pack animals and even with domestication, they still possess distinct behaviors and observe a social hierarchy very similar to their ancestors that lived in the wild, and their closest cousin, the wolf.

Pet dogs are more secure and comfortable living in a household where they are fully aware of their rank in the social hierarchy of the pack. Pet owners should establish their dominance so their dogs will look up to them as the alpha leader.

If you have a multi-dog household, you may have noticed that one of the dogs is more confident than the others. This dog is likely to be more assertive and curious than the rest of the dogs. The more aggressive and outgoing dog is trying to assume a leadership role while the others become submissive followers. Since this dog will try to wrestle the pack leadership from you, you should take steps to curtail his behavior and put him in his proper place.

Know more details about pet’s health by click on given link.

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