Why is my Great Pyrenees so aggressive? Here’s why + what to do

When you know your Great Pyrenees’ personality to be an affectionate dog with good behavior, it can be quite surprising when they start becoming aggressive.

Sudden aggression is unusual behavior that can include behavior such as growling, snapping, biting, barking, nipping, or barking at strangers or other animals.

So what are the reasons behind a Great Pyrenees becoming aggressive?

In this article, we will dive into the reasons for sudden Great Pyrenees aggression, what to do about it and when to seek help.

Why is my Great Pyrenees so aggressive?

Great Pyrenees aggression can be due to illness, fear, injury, resource guarding, punishment, redirected aggression, and cognitive dysfunction. Sudden aggression without provocation is not uncommon, however it requires determination of the route cause of the behavior to help your dog.

Why is my Great Pyrenees so aggressive