Maybe your dog is trying to show she's the Alpha Dog in the "pack". Tapos you said pa that she's spoiled and she's the only one allowed inside the house. Try reading up on dog heirarchy.
Ang alam ko nga minsan pinapa-kapon yung dog para mabawasan yung pagka aggressive... Kaso female naman yung miniature poodle mo.
Is she aggressive only to the other dogs in the house? Or to humans or other dogs as well? There are different kinds of aggression kasi -- dominant, spatial (object guarding), territorial, protective, predatory, fear-induced, dog-to-dog, or psychotic aggression. Here's something I read about aggression:
The problem kasi here (sa Philippines) is that wala naman yatang professionals (mga dog psych) to resolve these problems. Even mga puppy kindergarten class wala yata (this teaches them to socialize at a very young age). http://smilecwm.tripod.com/net5/IIworry.gif Try to ask for your vet's opinion. Maybe he can shed some light on dog behavior and aggression, and what you can do to help the situation. Or try finding a book that talks about it. Usually the ones on raising and training dogs. I have several kasi but even if I find something about it, it would probably be too long to post here. Unless I copy them and send them to you or something! http://smilecwm.tripod.com/net5/wacky.gifAggression is a normal form of canine communication, similar to our anger. It is often seen in dogs who as puppies were dominant and bossy and not given enough structure from their owners. Consider the spoiled dog who is given too much attention. This dog thinks his owner depends on him for leadership; after all, he acts like a servant. When that owner tries to direct or discipline his dog, he is out of line and like a delinquent child, must be reprimanded. Because dogs can't send sassy owners to their room, they snap, growl, or bite. Same concept, different communication. This, however, is not the only type of aggression. It comes in many other forms.
Aggression between dogs occurs when they perceive their territories as overlapping (this can happen anywhere because some dogs think their territory is very extensive) or there is a heirarchical struggle in a multi-dog household. It is often exaggerated by well-meaning owners who scream or pull back when their dog is showing aggression. This only adds to the tension.
I read something on how to settle disputes ng dog-to-dog aggression but I don't know lang if it's true. I never really tried it kasi wala naman kaming problem sa house. We have 4 dogs (2 big ones). Sometimes may aggression, but not to the point of hurting the other dogs. Anyway the author of the book suggests paying more attention to the Top Dog. Why? He says "disputes arise when you undermine their organization by paying more attention to the underdog. The lead dog is frustrated and the underdog is confused. To calm things down, pay more attention to the Top Dog. Feed, greet, and play with him first and most. Spend time training him. The other dog will follow. If they fight, praise the Top Dog and ignore the other. I know it sounds cruel and it's hard (I had to do it), but trust me, it works. If you're having difficulty, bring in a professional."
Like I said...I haven't tried it! http://smilecwm.tripod.com/net5/biglaugh.gif All I can say is, aggression is no joke. I just hope your dog doesn't learn to bite people eventually! http://smilecwm.tripod.com/net5/GRRRR.gif