These are not treatments for aggressive dogs, these are steps that can be taken to avoid aggression in your dog.
-Never take a puppy younger than 8 weeks old from their mother.
– Socialize dogs when they are young. Between the ages of 4 and 16 weeks, puppies are very sensitive to forming important social bonds. You should introduce your puppy to different people, places and animals. This should be done in a gentle way, so your puppy remains happy and unafraid.
– Don’t encourage aggressive behavior. Don’t worry your puppy will grow into a good watchdog for your house. You don’t need to reinforce aggressive behavior to ensure your dog will be protective over your house when they are an adult dog.
– Start obedience training at 8 to 16 weeks, and continue training for the life of your dog.
– Neutering not only decreases a male dog’s likelihood of becoming dominant aggressive; it will also make him less likely to roam, mount, urine-mark, and fight with other male dogs. Although spaying is not likely to decrease aggression in a female, the health benefits and the pet-overpopulation crisis make it worthwhile.
Contact a behavioral trainer to assist in preventing aggression in your dog.