Unprovoked or Provoked. Which do you believe?:
Many states have “dangerous” dog laws today that suggest a dog does the deed “unprovoked.” The fact is, any behavior a dog initiates on its own are genetic and always “provoked,” being triggered by one or all of its senses (sight, sound, smell, taste, or touch) to act out its genetic response behavior in that moment. These are the behaviors we typically categorize today as “aggressive, “unwanted”, or “dangerous.” The Laws of Pack allows the user to accurately identify, predict, manage, and modify their high risk dog behaviors and conditions before they occur. .
By obeying one or all of the Laws of Pack in our homes, businesses, communities, and public spaces we can begin to significantly reduce the number of dog bite claims and the risks and costs associated with them. Dogs will always bite, but the Laws of Pack and its supporting evidence will directly challenge the “dangerous” dog laws and can be used as evidence in criminal and civil courts in order to mitigate and significantly reduce the risks and costs associated with dog bite claims before or after they occur.