Beagle ProblemsAggressive Behavior   www.MyBeagleTraining.com
Aggression is a serious issue and should be     addressed as soon as possible.                         www.MyBeagleTrainin...
Beagles are not immune to aggression. Ifyou think all beagles are always friendly,               think again.             ...
The age of 6 weeks marks the time when aggression can begin to be shown by a                beagle.                      w...
6 weeks is also the age when a puppy        should be socialized.                     www.MyBeagleTraining.com
This socialization process lasts until your   beagle turns 14 weeks of age and        sometimes even further.             ...
Your puppy should stay with their litter until         they are 8 weeks of age.                          www.MyBeagleTrain...
Don’t use harsh discipline with your puppy        between 8 and 10 weeks.                        www.MyBeagleTraining.com
Treat your puppy gently.               www.MyBeagleTraining.com
Hitting, yelling or any kind of punishments  can cause aggressive behavior in dogs.                         www.MyBeagleTr...
Your beagle needs to have been properlysocialized with other dogs as well as with     people by the age of 14 weeks.      ...
The most important factor in creatingaggressive beagles is their environment.                       www.MyBeagleTraining.com
Aggression can grow from lack of Alpha    leadership in your household.                      www.MyBeagleTraining.com
Aggressive behavior, such as biting, is often the result of a dog testing for dominance.                          www.MyBe...
You’ll need to establish your leadership at ayoung age and keep that position to ensure your beagle doesn’t have the need ...
If your beagle lacks your Alpha leadership or is allowed liberties in your home, they     might show aggressive tendencies...
If your beagle shows defensive-aggressive behavior, they may be acting out of fear.                        www.MyBeagleTra...
Perhaps your beagle hasn’t been properly               socialized.                       www.MyBeagleTraining.com
They might see young children as a menace,   so keep your children away from your     beagle until the issue is resolved. ...
Seek help if your beagle is already an adult.You can get training sessions or consult with     a behaviorist to socialize ...
For more free info about solving       your beagle’s problems, go tohttp://www.mybeagletraining.com/your-gift/            ...
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Beagle Problems - Beagle aggression

  1. 1. Beagle ProblemsAggressive Behavior www.MyBeagleTraining.com
  2. 2. Aggression is a serious issue and should be addressed as soon as possible. www.MyBeagleTraining.com
  3. 3. Beagles are not immune to aggression. Ifyou think all beagles are always friendly, think again. www.MyBeagleTraining.com
  4. 4. The age of 6 weeks marks the time when aggression can begin to be shown by a beagle. www.MyBeagleTraining.com
  5. 5. 6 weeks is also the age when a puppy should be socialized. www.MyBeagleTraining.com
  6. 6. This socialization process lasts until your beagle turns 14 weeks of age and sometimes even further. www.MyBeagleTraining.com
  7. 7. Your puppy should stay with their litter until they are 8 weeks of age. www.MyBeagleTraining.com
  8. 8. Don’t use harsh discipline with your puppy between 8 and 10 weeks. www.MyBeagleTraining.com
  9. 9. Treat your puppy gently. www.MyBeagleTraining.com
  10. 10. Hitting, yelling or any kind of punishments can cause aggressive behavior in dogs. www.MyBeagleTraining.com
  11. 11. Your beagle needs to have been properlysocialized with other dogs as well as with people by the age of 14 weeks. www.MyBeagleTraining.com
  12. 12. The most important factor in creatingaggressive beagles is their environment. www.MyBeagleTraining.com
  13. 13. Aggression can grow from lack of Alpha leadership in your household. www.MyBeagleTraining.com
  14. 14. Aggressive behavior, such as biting, is often the result of a dog testing for dominance. www.MyBeagleTraining.com
  15. 15. You’ll need to establish your leadership at ayoung age and keep that position to ensure your beagle doesn’t have the need to take control. www.MyBeagleTraining.com
  16. 16. If your beagle lacks your Alpha leadership or is allowed liberties in your home, they might show aggressive tendencies. www.MyBeagleTraining.com
  17. 17. If your beagle shows defensive-aggressive behavior, they may be acting out of fear. www.MyBeagleTraining.com
  18. 18. Perhaps your beagle hasn’t been properly socialized. www.MyBeagleTraining.com
  19. 19. They might see young children as a menace, so keep your children away from your beagle until the issue is resolved. www.MyBeagleTraining.com
  20. 20. Seek help if your beagle is already an adult.You can get training sessions or consult with a behaviorist to socialize your dog. www.MyBeagleTraining.com
  21. 21. For more free info about solving your beagle’s problems, go tohttp://www.mybeagletraining.com/your-gift/ www.MyBeagleTraining.com

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