Wondering what your dog is trying to tell you?
Dogs, like humans, are social creatures. Social groups get along by using both a spoken and unspoken language. For instance, we know that if someone is frowning, has a wrinkled forehead and narrowed eyes, that person is not happy.
Canines have the same type of unspoken language. Any social group must develop this body language as a way of ensuring that day to day life runs smoothly.
Dogs use their body language to express themselves. Learning to understand what your dog is “saying” will enable you to better understand the emotional state of your dog, thus preventing unnecessary stress to your dog and often preventing a bite or a fight.
In this new book by acclaimed dog author Sophie Miller, you'll learn...
-- The tell-tale signs of a potentially dangerous dog... and when never to approach.
-- What the "whale eye" in dogs means and why it's important
-- What to do if you find yourself face to face with an aggressive dog. This one tip could very well prevent a bite!
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