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Gregory is amazing. He is training my 10 month old Cane Corso. Nobody could come into our house not even our friends.She was a nightmare. Now she knows the difference between good and bad. What a change in only 3 hours. I saw a big difference after only the first hour. If you need a dog trainer give Gregory a try. You won’t be disappointed.

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Over Aggressiveness

Training a dog to be aggressive isn’t half as hard as training one NOT to be aggressive.  

Socialized K-9

If you bought a big or aggressive breed of dog for protection it does no good if he/she can’t be near you, around people when it’s time to protect you.

Training  the Aggressive Dog

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Training the Aggressive Dog

Training a dog to be aggressive isn’t nearly as hard as training one NOT to be aggressive. If you bought a big aggressive breed of dog for protection it does you no good if he/she can’t be near you, around people when it’s time to protect you. Putting a big aggressive dog outside when company comes over will only serve to make him/her more aggressive.


Getting your aggressive dog to stop attacking people at the front door isn’t really that difficult if you know what you are doing and know a friend who is willing to take a chance of getting bit to help you. Personally, I don’t have any friends that love me that much. So, no matter what you have seen on TV or read in the countless books and magazines DON’T TRY IT . Call a professional.


Also excessive aggressiveness is sometimes caused by a chemical imbalance or mental defect. Its triggers can be varied but one thing for sure is that the results are almost always horrific. Dog training by itself may not be enough. Talk to your veterinarian about natural and pharmaceutical mood altering treatments. Once your vet has the condition under control, seek the help of a professional trainer.

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