Aggressive Dog Behavior Training Professional Announces Surge In Aggression

Experienced Tucson Arizona dog trainer, Gerard Raneri, is announcing a surge in dog aggression behavior problems being reported. Over 2011, the popular trainer reports three times the rate of aggression in dogs and puppies and sees the trend increasing into 2012. Mr. Raneri links the surge in aggression indirectly to the economic downturn.

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Dog Aggression

Aggressive Dog Behavior Surges

The longer your dog isn't socialized or the longer your dog gets to misbehave the harder it is to reeducate your dog and us humans as well.

Tucson, AZ (PRWEB) February 22, 2012

Tucson, Arizona’s aggressive dog training specialist, Gerard Raneri of Bark Busters Tucson, is reporting a surge in aggressive dog behavior throughout 2011 and heading into 2012. Mr. Raneri links the increase in aggression to the economic downturn, that an increase in pressure and tension is trickling down to the pet population.

The training firm credits financial uncertainty as leading to fewer people seeking professional help with serious behavior problems. Families are putting off getting help with dominance and aggressive behavior being displayed by their pets and the problems when not faced early get worse.

“It starts out for many with their dogs showing lower level signs of dominance,” said Mr. Raneri, behavior specialist, adding “The longer your dog isn't socialized or the longer your dog gets to misbehave the harder it is to reeducate your dog and us humans as well.”

The financial uncertainty is leading to an increase in dog population at rescue agencies and being euthanized. According to the Center for Disease Control an estimated 368,245 people were treated for non-fatal dog bite related injuries with 42% of bites occurring in among children aged 14 and younger.

“Families experiencing aggressive behavior from their family dog owe it to themselves to get help to eliminate the aggression right away,” said Mr. Raneri, adding, “Do not wait until tragedy has struck.”

About Bark Busters Tucson,
Gerard Raneri has been helping families correct aggressive dog behavior since 2009 and has been regular contributor on KVOA TV. No problem behavior is untreatable, if you want to end aggressive behavior, have a breed that other trainers refuse to work with or are close to giving up on your dog, call now to discuss how Gerard can help you.

Contact:
Gerard Raneri, Master Trainer
520-440-8848
http://www.dogtrainingtucsonaz.com

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    Tucson Bark Busters
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