Study examines why dogs are aggressive when leash-walked

11/8/2011 | ABC News

A study of dog behavior at Mendel University in the Czech Republic found that age, sex and whether a leash was used are three factors that affected aggression levels in dogs during walks. The findings may not translate directly to American dogs, who, unlike the Czech dogs in the study, are generally spayed and neutered, altering hormone levels and aggression patterns.

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