Dogs are the best, so it is natural for them to stifle love when you greet them. Most are too good to say, but this is actually a terrible way to introduce yourself to a dog. Here’s how to create a more appropriate first impression.
Dogs are a bit like us: they do not want strangers to be kissed. He is uncomfortable and he would feel dangerous. Site Dog Doggone Safe backs this up.
Children (and adults) to see the common love of dogs as we love each other by caresses and kisses. Dogs understand this of course does not even benefit.
In the above video of Indy Kristin explains in the Hood boxes and mothers to welcome a dog for the first time. Here are the basics.
Approach the owner: When you see a dog you want to meet if you have met a friend’s dog, ignore the dog and talk to the owner instead. A dog looks at his own emotional signals, so if the dog sees that the owner is comfortable with you, it is likely that the dog will be comfortable with you. Plus, it’s just polite. Some people do not want you to merge their dogs.
Place yourself side by side: Put yourself side by side instead of directly to the dog and let the dog approach you. You can see how this is done in the video above.
Avoid contact with eyes: Contact with eyes may threaten dogs, so it is best to find a neutral place to focus instead. Indy in the hood suggests the chest of the dog.
Let them sniff: With a closed fist, let the dog take a sniff and smell. A closed hand is less threatening. If the dog is snowy and looks good for you, you could probably at the shoulder, chest or neck, which is less threatening than the top of the dog’s head if it is pussy.
If the dog from here when you approach you, you want to stop and go. It is simply not that in you. Dogs give you a sign that they are ready. They move or change positions from you. As tempting as it continues to give love, it is in the best interest of the dog to say goodbye and pass.
Please note that even though a dog looks cool with love, this love with love, tolerated the most of it. Some may even bite if you are too close or come to you. Even your dog might need a hug or affection. There are a few ways to tell if you just need to leave the dog:
- A tucked tail: is not all are happy to wait for back jokers. If the tail is slow and stiff, the dog is likely to be alert, not excited. And wrapped the tail and waited, it is a sign of fear and servility.
- Ear Position: If the ears of a dog are erect and pointing forward, they may be interested or aggressive. If the ears are flat against the head, they are afraid or submissive.
- Side Eye: If the dog shows the white parts of his eyes is a common sign of stress.
You may encounter a dog on the other side that is love. If a dog welcomes you by jumping on you and your room, try the “one tree” method. There is a method of dog safety experts teach children to avoid aggressive. You fold your arms (which are your hands), look down ten seconds. I tried it on a dog too devoted friendly and it worked like a charm.