8 Aggressive Blend Habits of Corgi Do Breeds

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Nipping

Corgis may nip when excited or anxious. Redirect with toys and positive reinforcement.

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 Barking

Corgis bark to communicate. Train them to bark less with consistent commands.

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Resource Guarding

 Corgis may guard toys or food. Teach them to share and trade for treats.

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 Dominance

Corgis can display dominant behaviors. Establish yourself as the pack leader through training.

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Territoriality

 Corgis are territorial. Socialize them early and manage their environment to reduce aggression.

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Herding Instinct

 Corgis have a strong herding instinct. Channel their energy through exercise and mental stimulation.

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Separation Anxiety

Corgis may become anxious when left alone. Ease separation anxiety with gradual departures and comforting routines.

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Additional Resources

Explore more tips and resources for managing Corgi behavior and training effectively.

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