Aggression in animals can have many different causes. It's important to rule out injury or illness, as pain or brain or thyroid disorders can cause a pet to lash out. Fear is a major cause of aggression, even when a pet does not appear to be fearful. Possessiveness or resource guarding can be a source of aggression if the hostility comes out concerning food, toys or their favorite people. Territorialism is similar. Some aggression can be caused by frustration. Being tied up or fenced, or walking on a leash can be frustration sources that they inappropriately take out on other animals or people. Dominance aggression is when they feel like they need to establish who is in charge and become somewhat of a bully.
Agression for Pets will help your pet:
- Impart sweetness towards pet's character
- Ease bullying behavior
- Heal underlying traumas
- Ease need to bite, chew or snap
- Get over any abuse the pet has suffered
- Help them feel that there is enough to go around
Yellow Monkey Flower helps with fear-based aggression.
Sow Thistle flower essence is great for bullying behavior, whether given to the perpetrator or the victim.
Tiger Lily is for hostility and aggression.
Star of Bethlehem is for healing any underlying trauma, that would cause an animal to react rather than respond.
Snapdragon helps with the need to snap, bite or chew, or excessive barking.
Sweet Cherry is an all around good negative emotions cleanser, it unravels anger, fear frustration and hostility and is a good essence for family connection.
Star Thistle helps with resource guarding, and concern that they won't have what they need/want.