Aggressiveness by depredation

This type of aggressive conduct barely exists today, except in sporadic cases like the ones evidenced among wild dog packs. Dogs have to be starving to death to reach that point. In the unreal situation that you were being attacked by a pack of dogs, inside which the hierarchic structures are strongly delimited, the inferior elements of the pack would do nothing but follow the leader without whose leadership they would be incapable of acting in such way.

The main reason of the inexistent practice of this kind of attack is the greater control of the canine population we have in our days. In consequence the considerably few cases of abandonment of animals in the streets. For that, there is less possibilities for a number of dogs to form a pack. In a more or less measure every dog has a secure meal today.

Dog Behaviorist Dog Aggressiveness Aggressiveness by depredation Aggressiveness by dominance Territorial aggressiveness Self-defense aggressiveness