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SOLVE DOG AGGRESSION ISSUES

HERE IS HOW TO BREAK UP A DOG FIGHT INVOLVING MULTIPLE DOGS

This article focuses on how to stop a dog fight without getting bit. The information below will help you determine how to break up a dog fight involving more than two dogs. The information on breaking up a dog fight on this page is only relevant when used in conjunction with the information on the preceding page: BREAKING UP A DOG FIGHT Remember, breaking up a dog fight is very dangerous. Serious injury can occur in a split second. Do not attempt to stop a dog fight or try any suggestion given here, if not up to the challenge.


DIVIDE AND CONQUER TO STOP A DOGFIGHT

I let my dogs out of their kennels in groups that vary in number. Most of the time when I have a lot of dogs out, I am right there to interact with them. If a fight breaks out between two of the dogs, you have to in this case be quick to gather up any dog that has not yet gotten involved in the dog fight. Your natural reaction is to run to the two dogs fighting to break them up. This is a mistake. Instead, focus your attention on separating from the group any dog not involved. You have to move quickly, as all the dogs will start fighting in a matter of seconds.



EDITORS NOTE:

PACK STRUCTURE TRAINING is the key to stopping dogs from fighting. Make sure you read my article on pack training. This article is essential for anyone owning any breed of dog.


SOLVE DOG AGGRESSION ISSUES

CAREFUL OBSERVATION IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN HURRYING

Once you have put up any dog not fighting, determine which dogs to tie off. If three or four dogs or more are in one fight (sometimes they pair off and fight), just stand back and watch for an opportunity where one dog becomes disengaged from the fight. This happens all the time as the dogs that rush into a fight already started, really do not have a clear objective as to why they are even fighting. So they might bite on one dog for a few seconds and suddenly switch their focus to another dog. When that happens, you have to be ready to drag that dog away.


YOU HAVE TO BE ABLE TO TIE OFF EACH DOG

If three, four, five or more dogs is in one fight, when you separate one dog and start to drag it away, oftentimes another dog will latch on to the dog you are removing, making it impossible to drag away. That is why you want to tie off any dog you can, so they cannot pursue the dog you have removed from the fight. If you don't tie some off, you will never be able to break up a dog fight involving multiple dogs as it becomes a vicious circle.


THE PACK LEADER

WHAT IF I CAN'T BREAK UP THE DOG FIGHT?

If there are two or more reasonably fit people, using the techniques described, you should be able to break up any dog fight. That is as long as you pace yourself, do not hurry, keep your senses, and do not panic.

But if you are by yourself, inexperienced, and out of shape, your best bet is to stay out of the dog fight and wait until you have gotten help. Every fiber of your being will be telling you to hurry, jump in, and do something to break up the dog fight; this is a mistake. You will simply end up accomplishing nothing and in all likelihood get hurt while trying to break up the dog fight.


SEVERE INJURY CAN OCCURE TO YOU IN AN INSTANT

I've heard people say that in order to stop their beloved dog or dogs from fighting that they where willing to take a dog bite if need be to stop the dog fight. They obviously have no clue as to the damage that can be done in just a split second. Spend some time looking at the injuries suffered in the pictures on this page: CLICK HERE TO SEE SERIOUS INJURIES SUSTAINED WHILE ATTEMPTING TO BREAK UP A DOG FIGHT
There are two pages, full of experiences and pictures of those who were bitten while trying to break up a dog fight in the above link. Take the time to read the experiences of those who tried to break up a dog fight and got bitten, as this will help you to learn what to do and not to do when attempting to break up a dog fight.


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