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A lot of these questions concern people who think they have dominant and aggressive dogs. Many dogs do have aggression problems but very very few dogs have aggression that manifests itself through dominance. That is because there are very few truly dominant dogs. This new version will only be offered as an online course because the online platform does not have http://rectoria.unal.edu.co/uploads/tx_felogin/art-therapy-and-the-creative-process/why-i-love-music-essay.php limiting time constraints of how much information can be included in a DVD. Understanding dog aggression is not s simple topic.
In addition fight drive has always been a difficult trait for new trainers to wrap their mind around. In a way this new term, competitive aggression, makes it easier for new dog trainers to understand. It needs to be said that very few dogs have fight drive. When a dog does have fight drive it is brought out when a decoy pressures the dog during bite work.
These dogs are very self confident. The harder a decoy pushes the dog in bite work the more that dog accepts the challenge of the fight. In other words the dog sees the decoy as a fighting partner and readily accepts a decoys challenge.
These dogs looks at the bite work as a true fight. While these dog are working to defend themselves they are not working out of defensive fear fight or flight or prey drive. Most sport dogs work in prey drive. That is a topic for a different post. Fight drive dogs see and accepts the decoy as casr fighting partner. They look at the decoy as a challenger and want to defeat him or her in a fight.
In other words the dog intends to dominate the decoy. Fight drive evolves through the protection training process. It is not seen in puppies, it is not seen in young adults.]