Angry Canine Varieties

Among the 13,715 canines studied in 2021 by the University of Helsinki, 1,791 exhibited aggressive behavior on a regular basis.

 The leading cause of violent actions was fear. Not only that, but a lot more than just genetics.

 A higher incidence of aggression was observed in older dogs.

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Maybe they're less patient with people because they're in so much pain from their chronic illness.

 Compared to females, male dogs exhibited more aggression. There was no effect of sterilization on aggressiveness.

It could be due to their heightened aversion to both humans and creatures significantly bigger than themselves.

 Aggression was more common in the pets of people who had never owned a dog before.

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