Friday, April 18, 2014

Dog Body Language

Before assuming what you think is going on in your dog's mind make sure you brush up on some common dog body language. Dogs can't vocalize how they feel so always pay close attention to your pup's posture and body language. These will give you a better understanding of how your dog is reacting toward situations or it's just their overall personality. 

If at anytime you have to question your dog's behavior or are worried about your dog's behavior consider consulting a professional dog trainer or two or three or however many you need advice from until you have confidence and trust in that professional dog trainer's(s) methods. 

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