Aggressive Chicago Dog: Chicago Dog Trainer Does Good

Aggressive dogs create chaos in the home. Ami the Chicago Dog Whisperer says, “In just minutes I can create a lasting balance in your home.” Here you see two dogs that have been fighting so hard in their home that they have had to live in two different parts of the home. In 30 minutes we created a balance of authority and affection so that the owner became the leader in her home. We can do the same for you. Call 847-284-7760 and we can help.

Dog Aggressive Chicago Dog Gets Rehab

This is the story of a very small but very powerful dog. This is a dog that had gone to three different dog training boot camps and despite the best efforts of the trainers, Nanook was aggressive to people, the dogs in the home and even his owner. Nanook is so aggressive that his owner has not been able to ever hug him. That is all changed due to the Dog Training Chicago, an expert in aggressive dog rehabilitation.

Dog Heroes: The Alaskan Husky

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“The Husky is a dog breed blessed with endurance and intelligence.” says Ami Moore, The Dog Trainer of Chicago. Ami continues, “Huskies are great dogs for urban areas as long as their need for mental and physical activity is fulfilled. Like all dogs in Chicago, they thrive when their owners find the balance between authority and affection which I call “Alphatude.”

Did you know that Huskies saved an entire town from death? When a diphtheria epidemic broke out in Nome, Alaska in 1925, the life saving serum was some 600 miles away and a dangerous trek for anyone during winter. The whole town was on the brink of death. Leonhard Seppala assembled a team of 20 sled dogs and headed towards the desperate town with the serum. After a 300-mile trek, through a blinding blizzard, one of the worse in history, the mission was turned over to another team, who completed the heroic mission and saved the town.

The leader of the sled team was Balto, a great Alaskan Husky. After the mission, Leonhard Seppala took a team of 40 dogs on a publicity tour throughout the mainland United States. Balto became one of the most famous dog figures in the world, and single handedly caused an upsurge in the breed’s popularity. Today, a statue of Balto sits in Central Park celebrating all the dogs involved.



The Akita is docile and very affectionate with its family. The Akita is intelligent, independent, courageous and fearless. It is the perfect blend of tough hunting dog and personal guard. Even as a puppy it is very willful and needs firm training as a puppy. The faithfulness and loyalty of the Akita is legendary in Japan.


The Akita has a think double coat that sheds twice a year. The coat is water-proof and is impenetrable to cold or wet weather. The American Akita is a very large dog that can weigh as much as 150 pounds. Any color for an Akita is permissible the most colorful and popular color patterns in America are pinto- a solid color and white.


The Akita is a first class guard dog. In the old days, Japanese mothers would allow the Akita to act like a dog nanny and watch over the children. They are extremely faithful and thrive on companionship. The Akita is very aggressive to other dogs and animals and should therefore never be allowed to run off its lead around other animals.

It should definitely be supervised with other household pets and children. Although the breed may tolerate and be good with children from his own family, he may not accept other children. If teased, Akita’s may bite. Children must be taught to treat these dogs with respect and compassion.

This breed can be very food-possessive and willful. They are capable of ferocity, but with firm training, can make a fine pet. Obedience training requires patience, as these dogs tend to get bored quickly.

There are many dog sports in which the Akita can excel-some win obedience titles, others shine in hunting activities and all Akitas adore winter sports such as sledding, skijoring and mushing. The Akita needs to be with its family. It vocalizes with many interesting sounds, but it is not an excessive barker.


This is not a dog for weak-willed people, permissive owners or people who are elderly, infirm or simply too busy to meet the psychological needs of this rare and unusual dog.


The type of training methods that work well with the Akita personality are: Dog Whispereing Methods, Electronic Collar Training and Traditional Training.

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