Why You Should Never Call 911 to Report an Unusual Pet Issue

Why You Should Never Call 911 to Report an Unusual Pet Issue

The next time you find yourself in a dog-fighting ring, it’s a good idea to call 911 first.

That’s according to a new study.

It’s called the “unusual” issue of dogs.

A new study from the University of California, Berkeley, finds that if you find a dog in the middle of a fight, it could be an “unexpected” issue that you should be able to report.

“When dogs are fighting, the dogs tend to be a little more aggressive than other dogs,” said study co-author Dr. Stephanie Zaremba, an assistant professor of animal behavior at UC Berkeley.

“So we wanted to test this idea that the same behaviors that are commonly associated with fights could also be an indication that a fight is occurring.”

To find out, Zarempa and her colleagues took a look at the behaviors of more than 600 dogs and compared them to a control group of dogs that didn’t fight.

The dogs who were more aggressive were then divided into two groups.

The first group was given the same training as the control group.

The second group was taught to stay away from a certain dog.

Then, the researchers tested the dogs in a new way.

First, they put a toy inside the dogs’ mouths.

Then they took away the toy and put it back in their mouths.

In the control groups, the dog who was given food was shown to bite more.

But when the toy was given to the second group, the aggression level dropped significantly.

Zarepana and her team believe that’s because the dogs who received the toy were more likely to have been trained to avoid fighting.

But it’s also possible that they were taught to fight because they’re already stressed, she said.

The results of the study will appear in the journal Behavioural Processes.

So far, there is no definitive answer on how to tell when your dog is being aggressive.

Zampano said she’s still trying to understand why it happens and how to intervene.

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