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Dogs have not traveled far along the evolutionary road since the time they hunted and killed for food. In fact, some breeds are still selectively bred for their tendency to chase or stalk prey and the least accessible, if not kill and / or eat them.

Notable of these was the Terriers, Dachshunds, sighthounds and various hunting breeds. It is no wonder then, that pet dogs occasionally succumb to their ancestral custom, even without special training.

Dogs are often inadvertently trained to kill. For example, many dog owners have urged their pets (sometimes holding) to chase cats, squirrels and stray dogs, and often horrified when their dogs bring teacup poodle in as a neighbor's trophy chase.

Sometimes other animals, usually cats, have "trained" dogs to become killers. The animals do it unknowingly by sitting on the fence, rooftops, in trees or over fences, mocking the dog from a safe vantage point.

After sufficient This teasing, the dog becomes frustrated enough to attack an animal when the opportunity presents itself.

Dogs that kill other animals are common, but not necessarily, of the surprise type or dominantly aggressive and react with other species or smaller dogs.

The murder of smaller dogs or cats by the larger dogs are usually the case in urban areas. However, when the dog packs work like group hunting, more animals become the prey, sometimes even people.

Most dogs that kill people, either by themselves or in packs, select children as their prey. Child killings (especially those made alone dogs) usually occur at or within the dog "Territories," or involve a child who screamed shrilly when first approached or bankrupt.

A small percentage of dogs appears to be stimulated in the most ancient way by the screaming of any animals, their reaction was to kill animals. Wild canines are killed members of their own packages cry after they became trapped or injured.

Dogs that kill other animals should be differentiated from who have problems with fighting. Most dog fights end before either of the combatants were seriously injured.

The episodes rarely result in the death of either dog. Predatory attack aimed at killing the prey animal is meant, the fangs aimed at the prey base of the neck just above the shoulder. If the prey is behind it, the soft flesh of the throat or stomach was attacked.

A predatory attack is also commonly include violent shaking of the victim. Rarely is a domestic dog really eat it killed, although some of prey on chickens and other birds often do it more often cat or dog killers.

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