The owner's gender is related to the dog's aggressiveness.

The owner's gender is related to the dog's aggressiveness.

The owner's gender is related to the dog's aggressiveness.
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Recently, a large -scale study about the dog walking reveals how various factors affect the behavior of the dog: the age, gender, size, and the gender of the dog owner, and the dog rope tie dogs. How aggressive. Interestingly, research has found that dog behavior is most affected by the gender of the master.

Men's walking dogs are more aggressive

The aggressiveness of the dog is closely related to the gender of the owner? Men's dog's dog is 4 times more likely to intimidate and bite other dogs than women walking. This is just one of this interesting dog walking research. The study also examined how the dog's age, gender, and size affect their behavior mode when they "walk".

Rezac is an associate professor of animal ecology, physiology, and genetics at the University of Memphus University. He and his colleagues have studied the interaction between the dog and the dog when the dog walks the dog and the dog nearly 2,000 times. They carried out this observation in the morning and afternoon in 30 different areas. These two periods were time for dog owners to get used to walking dogs. They observed that the most common interaction between dogs of all ages in public places is to sniff their bodies. Other predictable results are: male dogs love bitch more; the opposite sex loves to play together than the same sex, especially the adult male dog; the chance of playing between puppies together is twice the adult dogs. Double; Dogs like to play with dogs similar to their body.

As for the connection between the male owner and their dog's attack, Lisa Peterson, spokesman for the dog house club, said that this may be a cultural phenomenon, which may have something to do with how men train their dogs. The chance of a dog increased by a man than a woman to bite other dogs when walking, maybe it is just a manifestation of the dog's emotion. If their owners are in alert when they meet others, dogs may feel this emotion and reflect their behavior.

Dogs with dog ropes are more fierce

Studies have found that there is a big difference in behavior in dog tie without tie dog ropes: dogs that do not tie ropes are higher than dogs tied to each other. Dogs are more aggressive. This is likely to be a reaction that the dog feels frustrated when the dog rope restricts the act of expressing normal greetings. She said that this kind of problem has a specific name: "dog rope frustration" or "dog rope aggression".

When the dog met for the first time, he liked to run around each other. "When they are tied to dog ropes, they cannot do this behavior, and they are more likely to be threatened. They are more inclined to seek asylum outward. Their owner is the source of this asylum. Master, I don't want you to have him, because he feeds me to take care of me. "

Battered more groups than male dogs

Studies have found that bitch likes to play with male dogs and bitches, but male dogs do not like to play with other male dogs. This is reasonable, because the bitch raising a nest of puppies must play with them. This is a part of raising work, so they are more inclined to play together from the perspective of genetics. "