by Tara M. Clapper, Contributing Writer
It's no secret that Chihuahuas are little dogs with big attitudes. Commonly called a big dog in a little dog's body, it's easy to imagine that most Chihuahuas simply suffer from Napoleon Complex. Because of their small frames, Chihuahuas simply have to alert humans and other larger animals know when they're there--if not, they could get stepped or sat on very easily.
Although the Chihuahua's alertness and protective nature is charming and sometimes useful, Chis can get out of control with this behavior.
In these instances, it's important to increase training. You can work with a local dog behavior expert or simply begin by correcting the negative Chihuahua behavior.
Do you have tips for dealing with aggressive Chis?
This post was originally published on Examiner.com as Chihuahua Examiner. Republished with permission of the author.
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