Body Language in Dogs
Get to know what your dog is telling you. To communicate with your dog, he needs you to understand his language. And there really is no better resource that the graphics created by Lili Chin of http://www.doggiedrawings.net
This is required reading for our clients
Also take a good look at the Calming Signals your dog may use to communicate with you when he’s a little stressed or uncomfortable. Heed the warnings. He can’t use words to tell you — but he is telling you!
Review the doggie body language and calming signals charts with your children too! It is so important that they understand as much as possible for their age.
Remember to supervise. That means adult, awake, eyes on, interactive supervision of any child and dog together.
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