Victoria Talks About Aggressive Dogs on HLN

photo copy 5Victoria was featured on "News Now" with Mike Galanos on HLN, where she worked with a dog aggressive Jack Russell terrier named Sadie Mae, and a timid shepherd mix named Angelina. The two dogs met on-camera for the first time, and Victoria walked Mike through the two dogs' body language and the signals to look for in a potentially aggressive dog.

Check out the segment for tips on how to approach a strange dog, how to prevent your aggressive dog from biting, and how to understand and read dog body language.

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4 thoughts on “Victoria Talks About Aggressive Dogs on HLN

  1. Albert M. Lutton

    Wonderful advice. Love listening and learning from you, Victoria. Regardless of the dogs demeanor, I always approach the same way...I turn sideways, avert my gaze and stoop down to a lower level to offer the casual back of my hand in appeasement. As a delivery driver, I have found this technique works well. If you have any other advice, I am all ears.

  2. Clive

    When will people realise that aggressive dogs tend to have aggressive owners.

    People have been branding different breeds of dog as aggressive over the years when in reality, it's the owners and breeders who cause the aggressiveness.

    Stop blaming the dogs for goodness sake!

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