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11 Things That Will Make Your Dog Attack You

Isolating the Dog

5. Isolating the dog.

If you separate the dog from the rest of the pack or family, this can also make him reserved and self-defensive. This isolation deters the dog from spending quality time with you. Hence, a bonding gap between you and the dog is created. Lack of this emotional attachment can make the dog to be on a defensive mood much of the time. Being in such mood means that any move that is suggestive of undue closeness may result into an attack.