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THE PSYCHOLOGY OF DOGS By Tan Huy H. Nguyen
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Hypothesis The dogs are being admitted to the Benton-Franklin Humane Society due to aggressive and unresponsive behavior.
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Aggression : deemed the act of being hostile or destructive in terms of behavior or actions. Things such as barking, growling, biting, etcetera. Unresponsive : considered as a tendency to exhibit a lack of responsiveness in terms of resistance to be constrained by leash, non- reactive to human retort, and essentially being
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Unformatted text preview: oblivious of humans. Descriptive Study by observation Environment Fenced-in single cell Concrete enclosure No windows Social Interaction Discouraged to interact Little or no help for corrections Exercise Dogs dont get enough Limited walking areas Conclusion Hypothesis is supported by observation Humane Society needs improvement Dogs need to learn how to interact More needed exercise Critical Analysis...
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