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Discussion in 'Dog Behaviour and Training' started by TEDD, Apr 7, 2021 at 2:16 PM.

  1. TEDD

    TEDD New Member Registered

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    My dog coco is very energetic but she doesn’t no how to bite when given the attack command. Can anyone teach me tips on how to train her to bite fully on command
     
  2. JudyN

    JudyN Moderator Moderator Registered

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    We've discussed this in another thread - no way should anyone want their dog to be aggressive (excepting, e.g. police and military, but even then the dogs are doing their job, not being aggressive). A dog who bites is generally speaking a scared dog, and will end up getting injured or killed.
     
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    From where I live there are thief’s and bad people who can attack you anytime, so there is a need for dogs been aggressive
     
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    Apologies - I thought you were still thinking about this in the context of street dogs. You might want to look at online resources for training military dogs - look for something where the focus is on also making sure the dog is friendly when not given the command to attack. But you might find that it takes a certain sort of dog to react in the way you want yours to, and that yours isn't that sort of dog.
     
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