Abnormal behaviour shown by Dogs

• Aggression
• Aggression towards human family members
• Aggression towards Strangers/Outsiders

    • Group-defensive-aggression towards strange people
    • Group-defensive-aggression towards familiar outsiders
    • Self-protection-aggression against strangers/outsiders
    • Intra-specific aggression

• Aggression towards fellow animals (intra-specific aggression)
• Aggression towards fellow animals living in the same household

    • Rivalry-aggression
    • Self-protection-aggression

• Aggression towards foreign species (inter-specific-aggression)
• Anxiety problems
• Aggression towards group members
• Aggression towards non group members
• Other form’s of aggression towards people

    • Playful-aggression towards family members
    • Re-directed aggression
    • Pray orientated aggression towards people
    • Idiopathic aggression
    • Pathological cause of aggression problems

• Begging for food, play, and stroking
• Predominance-aggression towards family members
• Defensive-Aggression towards family members

    • Aggression due to conditional pain- or punishment
    • Aggression due to conditional fear towards family members
    • Aggression towards children
    • Parental care aggression

• Destructive behaviour

    • Chewing objects as a puppy
    • Chewing objects as a adult

• Group internal against group external aggression
• Hyperactivity and getting over exited
• Stereotypy’s
• Anxiety when separated from owner
• Excessive barking
• Unusual attention demanding behaviour
• Uncontrollable when out walking
• Problems within the sexual behaviour

    • Unwanted mounting
    • Lack of libido
    • Roaming

• Maternal problems

    • Nervousness and anthropophagy (cannibalism)
    • Lack of maternal instincts
    • Pseudo-pregnancy

• Problems in correlation with food intake

    • Pica
    • Coprophagy
    • Anorexia
    • Adiposity

• Problems in correlation with excremental behaviour

    • Not housebroken
    • Setting urine marks (objects,flat)
    • Submissive urination
    • Urination due to excitement
    • Urinary and excremental-incontinence   

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