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You Can’t Hide Your Emotions From a Dog

Repeat after me :

You Can’t Hide Your Emotions From a Dog.
You Can’t Hide Your Emotions From a Dog.
You Can’t Hide Your Emotions From a Dog.

Got It ?

Good !

Now, can you tell me the significance of this.

The Spirit Dog

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3 Responses

  1. One effect is that one should not try training their dog when they are frustrated (about anything, not just the dog) or distracted. It just doesn’t work.

    Same goes for expecting your dog to relax. If you can’t accomplish it yourself, don’t expect your dog to be relaxed!

  2. What I see most often is people who are nervous about something, usually another dog approaching or around their dog, and putting that onto their dog. Of course, there are times when it is prudent to be cautious, but mostly what I see is unnecessary. The dog then is nervous about something which isn’t dangerous.
    Just like people, teach fear and anxiety and that’s what you produce. Nervous children, nervous dogs. Not only is the nervous dog going to have an unhappy life but she may begin biting to protect herself from the learned threat.

  3. […] Original post by The Spirit Dog […]

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