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Four Formerly “Aggressive” Dogs Are on The Search For Saving The World’s Deadliest Cat


Four Formerly "Aggressive"  Dogs Are on The Search For Saving The World's Deadliest Cat |

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Many dogs aren’t born aggressive; they are reinforced to act this way through conditioning. It may be done intentionally or unintentionally.

Genes also play a role in whether a dog has an aggressive or fearful temperament. but, ultimately, it is the dog’s parent’s responsibility to teach their dog to change these behaviors with proper training and care.

However, there are some people who give up on their dogs when they show any signs of aggression.

This is a story about four dogs,  Dougal, Elliot, Pepper, and Alan who were abandoned because of their aggressive behavior by their families.

Four Formerly "Aggressive"  Dogs Are on The Search For Saving The World's Deadliest Cat |
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They would engage in biting and killing livestock so Purposefully Lost, the world’s first canine research conservation, took them in.

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